Monthly Archives: March 2011

Readings in Fredericton & Moncton

The Canada Council for the Arts, the UNB Department of English, the UNB Bookstore, and Goose Lane Editions are proud to present a reading from Song of the Taxidermist, a visceral new collection by award-winning author and songwriter Aurian Haller. The reading will take place on March 14, at 8 pm in Alumni Memorial Building… Continue Reading

Grain Magazine’s 23rd Annual Writing Contest

Grain Magazine‘s 23rd Annual Short Grain (with Variations) Writing Contest, is accepting entries until April 1, 2011 (postmarked). Grain awards $4,500 in cash prizes! The entry fee is $35 which includes a free one-year subscription to Grain Magazine! The contest’s judges are counted among Canada’s finest writers. One entry fee allows you to enter a… Continue Reading

Call for Proposals, Red Clay (NS)

The White Rabbit Open Air Art Project is now accepting proposals from artists. White Rabbit is art in the landscape. Artists live and work in community for one week at a beautiful farm in Nova Scotia. The residency culminates in a one-day public exhibition of the week’s in progress and completed pieces. When: August 13th-20th,… Continue Reading

NB Film Co-op Workshops: Moncton

Dear Moncton and surrounding areas, Miramichi and Sackville Film Co-op members and Supporters. We are proud to launch the NB Film Co-op 2011 Moncton Workshop Series. There is an excellent lineup of workshops for beginners and seasoned creative people. Why take workshops you ask? None of us ever stop learning, it’s a life long endeavour. I take workshops every… Continue Reading

Help children play safe outside

Winter offers a lot of different activities for children, but the cold temperatures and slippery or hard surfaces they play on require special attention to keep children safe outside. Dr. Rody Canning, chief of pediatrics at The Moncton Hospital, part of Horizon Health Network, says that it is important to keep your children safe when… Continue Reading

Roof Snow Removal Safety

As a result of the large amount of snow that has fallen in New Brunswick, more individuals are being treated in emergency departments for injuries related to shoveling snow off of rooftops. In the months of January and February in the greater Moncton area, 15 rooftop snow removal injuries including a broken back, ankles, feet,… Continue Reading

Seeking Sales Consultant

Bread ‘n Molasses is seeking a Sales Consultant to sell advertising for the magazine. If you love meeting people, getting out into the community, helping businesses develop advertising strategies, and you love Bread ‘n Molasses, then we want to hear from you! Base salary plus commission. Must have own vehicle. Located in Newcastle, Miramichi. To… Continue Reading

MYPIE Awards Nominations

On Saturday April 16th, the network of Miramichi Young Professionals and Involved Entrepreneurs (MYPIE) will be hosting its third Awards Gala Ceremony at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre. The evening will focus on the presentation of awards for outstanding achievements in the following three areas: MYPIE Entrepreneur of the Year, MYPIE Professional of the Year, and… Continue Reading

Stay warm – and healthy – this winter

Extreme cold is a common part of New Brunswick winters and emergency departments across the province see victims of hypothermia and frostbite every year. “The best way to ensure you don’t suffer from either condition is to avoid going outside in extreme temperatures whenever possible. If it is necessary to go out, wear warm clothing,… Continue Reading