Monthly Archives: January 2004

Documenting Civilization

Documenting Civilization By DP Stewart Civilization of North America has been documented and authenticated to have started in the now Province of Newfoundland at Port Au Choix. The Maritime Archaic Indian site of Philips Garden was found there. It was documented as being established there 7000 years ago. For 2700 years time passed slowly and… Continue Reading

Remembering David Alexander Ernest Hutchison

Honouring our Atlantic Roots Remembering David Alexander Ernest Hutchison by Janet Stothart, Miramichi NB Ernest Hutchison was born on January 1, 1846, the second son of Richard Hutchison, and Elizabeth Stewart Mackie, both immigrants from Scotland. He had no formal education beyond what he received in Grammar School in Newcastle and Chatham, New Brunswick, but… Continue Reading

Andrea goes to the Gym

Andrea goes to the Gym By Andrea Rennick Last October, I did something I never thought I would ever do. I joined a gym. Like a lot of other things, I sort of fell into it. It had become too cold for me to walk outside without needing my inhaler, so I started looking around… Continue Reading