Monthly Archives: December 2004

Downtown New Brunswick Awards

Downtown New Brunswick Awards Downtown New Brunswick, the provincial Ministry of Environment and local government handed out awards to downtown business associations in New Brunswick on November 25th. The presentations were made in the Petitcodiac Room of the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel at the Annual General Meeting of Downtown NB. The Honorable Brenda Fowlie presented winners… Continue Reading

Let’s get STARTed

Data In, Data Out Let’s get STARTed by Bill O’Kane Of all the icon, shortcuts and applets we have seen in the last eight articles, none is as important as the “Start” button, found in the lower left corner on the task bar. By clicking the start button, you access the start menu and many… Continue Reading

Business and Life are Adventures

Business and Life are Adventures by Pegine Echevarria Pegine Echevarria, MSW Business and life aren’t journeys, they are adventures. The longer I am in business and the longer I live, I become aware that each day is not a meandering walk, but a true adventure. All of the reality shows on television can not compare… Continue Reading

Fundraising Gala Auction

  Fundraising Gala Auction  On the evening of February 19, 2005 the Miramichi Natural History Association will hold an auction to raise funds for the continued operation of the Miramichi Natural History Museum. This Incorporated Association has been in existence since 1888 and the Museum was constructed in 1909. The Museum displays hundreds of natural,… Continue Reading

Major Peace Art Installation Comes to Moncton

Major Peace Art Installation Comes to Moncton Events will be held at Galerie 12 in the Aberdeen Cultural Centre, 140 Botsford Street, Moncton. “In 1994, I contacted writers, artists, environmentalists and peace groups throughout the world. I invited them to send fabric pieces, which I planned to sew into an installation I was creating called… Continue Reading

Five Poems

Five Poems by Sandra Bunting Footsteps of the Ancestors Burnt Church, NB, Canada These footprints are too big, the distance between them too great to put my own feet in. Some of them are sticky, keeping me in one place until I can pull a foot away. I have to wander by touch. Shadows still… Continue Reading


Lucky by Andrea Rennick All sorts of old sayings have been running through my head these past few months. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Just pull up your bootstraps and move on. Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and start all over again. It never rains but it pours. And the most frequent,… Continue Reading

A Passion for Classics

A Passion for Classics by Cara Ruccolo “One more story! One more! Please!” Sometimes I uttered these words as an impatient four-year-old trying desperately to seek another bedtime story and thus avoid going to bed. More often than not though, my father had entranced me with the previous story and I wanted another one.  My… Continue Reading