Tag Archives: Campbellton

Slab Town Memoir

Slab Town Memoir by Terrence Huntington Slab Town was my home until 1948 when I was nine years old. It was the village straddling the original Lily Lake Road where Lily Lake Road began its run under the train bridge and out of Campbellton, New Brunswick on its way to Lily Lake. The road also led… Continue Reading

Tenor Corneliu Montano to Perform in Dalhousie

Tenor Corneliu Montano will be singing at the St. Jean Baptiste Church in Dalhousie, NB on November 30th. Considered one of the most beautiful voices in the younger generation, Montano continues to study and perform in Montreal and New York. A 30-member choir, made up of chorists from the region, including chorists from the former… Continue Reading

Finding Yourself Again After Cancer

How we perceive the world is much dependent on how we perceive ourselves. If perception of self is jeopardized, so too is the life force – the spirit. Women diagnosed with cancer are unwilling witnesses to its debilitating affects. The core of self enters a limbo state; a realm of darkness. The change in appearance… Continue Reading

Parkinson’s Education & Awareness Day

The newly formed Restigouche Region Parkinson chapter in conjunction with Parkinson Society Maritime Region will hold an education and awareness day in Campbellton on Saturday, May 8th at the Regional Hospital, Lily Lake Rd. Chapitre de la Region Restigouche Region Chapter executive to Meet and Greet at 12:15 noon 12:25 Welcome and opening remarks by… Continue Reading