Month: February 2018

City of Miramichi Age Friendly Survey Launch

By downtowns / February 28, 2018 /

The City of Miramichi invites you to attend the official launch of its age-friendly community survey. Thursday, March 1, 2pm at French Fort Cove Eco Centre. The City of Miramichi is embracing its aging population and wants to make Miramichi an age-friendly community […]

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Meet Unicare’s Lisa Williams – A Social Entrepreneur with a Vision

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 28, 2018 /

Meet Lisa Williams – Petite, friendly, and down to earth, at first glance Lisa mightn’t seem like a captain of industry but it doesn’t take much conversation before you realize you are in the presence of a great business mogul.

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Miramichi Chamber Annual Curling Bonspiel in March

By Miramichi Chamber of Commerce / February 27, 2018 /

The Annual Miramichi Chamber of Commerce Curling Bonspiel will be held this year on March 23 at 1 pm at the Miramichi Curling Club.

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Dr. Keenan meVersion2.0 Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Practice with a focus on the Ketogenic Diet

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 26, 2018 /

Keto and LCHF – You may have heard these terms buzzing around the Miramichi lately, or perhaps you’ve heard about it online or in the news.  So what is keto and LCHF?  Keto is a whole foods diet and is based on the principals of how our ancestors have been eating for generations. A ketogenic…

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Soup’s On Again!

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 24, 2018 /

Are you ready for another 10 Weeks of SOUPS ON? Soup’s On is a Greater Blackville Resource Centre (GBRC) project that offers free meals and community spirit throughout the greater Blackville area. Various organizations and churches in the area take part by hosting a free community luncheon.

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Miramichi Artist Demonstrates Work at Newcastle Farmers’ Market on March 9th

By Brett Bundale / February 23, 2018 /

Artist Gloria Savoie is to give a demonstration of her art at the Newcastle Farmers Market, Miramichi on Friday, March 9th. Ms. Savoie is Miramichi Artist in Residence for a project funded by the NB Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture. The project is aimed at raising awareness of the arts in the area, engaging the public and challenging the artist to explore new approaches to her art.

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Tips to Fall in Love with your Home Again.

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 22, 2018 /

It’s that time of year where winter never seems to end and we can’t wait for the brighter days of spring. Jamie Alexander of Decor Haute tells us why this is the perfect time to declutter, refresh and accessorize – and fall in love with your home once more.

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A Mistle Thrush Comes to Visit

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 21, 2018 /

The Eurasian Mistle Thrush landed in Miramichi on December 9th, 2017 and since then over 400 birders from across Canada and the US have come to see this bird, the first of its kind to be seen on the North American continent.

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Tax Tips – Get the Most Out of Your Tax Return

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 20, 2018 /

It’s tax season again! We’ve got tax tips from Court Carleton Accounting & Tax Services and Irene McCardle, CPA, CMA, CFP.

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Painting Your House’s Interior in 2018

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 19, 2018 /

A fresh coat of paint is the most inexpensive way to “remodel” a room.  In this article Kelty Druet from Crackle and Teal gives tips on painting your home and discusses colour trends for 2018.

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Chi Bang 2018 – Feb. 24th

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 18, 2018 /

CHIbang is a gala fundraiser event in support of the Miramichi Emergency Centre for Women Inc., to be held Saturday, February 24th, 8pm-midnight at the Rodd Miramichi River.

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MSA Now Hiring for Two Part-Time Positions

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 17, 2018 /

The Miramichi Salmon Association (MSA) has announced they are seeking to fill two part-time positions starting April 3rd, 2018.

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Uncovering Artifacts at King Street Elementary

By Giv'er Miramichi / February 16, 2018 /

By Astrid Canistro and Avery Hunter on behalf of their class, 5 Robichaud At King Street Elementary we all worked very hard during recess to dig for a lot of different artifacts.  We found pipes, nails, plates, springs and metal sticks.  With all the artifacts we found, Mme. Robichaud’s grade 5 class made an artifact…

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