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Stories and Tips New Brunswick

History

Written by davina_mcf on 02 Jul, 2005

Saint John is a great city to visit, especially if you like architecture and history. It was one of the first cities in Canada and is home to many great inventions, such as hot/cold indoor plumbing. If you like art, there is a Salvador Dali…Read More


Buckets

Written by buckets on 20 Aug, 2003

If anyone is interested in seeing the most beautiful, colorful balloons of all sizes, shapes, and dimensions, come on down to Sussex, New Brunswick where you will be welcomed with open arms and friendly faces. After Labour Day weekend in Canada, the Balloon Fiesta is held…Read More


St. Andrews By the Sea

Written by BCody on 21 Jul, 2003

St. Andrews is on Passamaquoddy Bay; the tidal variation here is about 8m (26 ft). St. Andrews was settled by United Empire Loyalists in 1783 following the American Revolution. Many of their white clapboard houses were dismantled, barged from Castine, Maine, and reassembled. The houses…Read More


Hidden adventures

Written by keepitreal on 04 Jan, 2004

For only $10 admission per car, the possibilities are endless. You can follow the map that is handed to you to create a number of soothing and adventurous experiences. Our first stop was Big Salmon River, where we set out on a 4-hour journey by…Read More


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Week 5 - Trick or Treat

Written by shineon on 03 Nov, 2003

After returning from Toronto on Monday morning I was taken directly to the office to begin my second to last week of the Global Exchange and remind me just why I was here. The high expense of ejoying Toronto meant that Week Five was going…Read More


Week 3 - Turkey & a day off Work

Written by shineon on 20 Oct, 2003

Well, without a doubt the highlight of my third week in Saint John was visiting my second province in Canada. But let’s go back to the beginning. The week started with a public holiday – that’s right, a four-day working week! Monday the 13th of…Read More


Week 2 - Saint John Night Life

Written by shineon on 16 Oct, 2003

Well, week 2 in Saint John has been a lot calmer. After the haze of the journey and the madness of orientation, I have settled and decided it was now time to find a bit of stability in this little town of Saint John. Hence,…Read More


Week 1 - The Journey

Written by shineon on 07 Oct, 2003

A 30-hour flight, five different airports, four different planes, one lost bag, one strange lock on my bag, and a partridge in a pear tree. Well, finally I arrived into a little town known as Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. I was met at the airport…Read More


Acadie

Written by ygerne on 26 May, 2003

Another week in St. John and another weekend to discover a new part of the province . .. This time we went to the Acadian part of the New Brunswick in "le pays de la Sagouine". This country is close to Bouctouche in the eastern…Read More


The City Market

Written by tracey duggan on 26 Oct, 2005

The City Market is located right in the centre of St John. It faces King Square, with an entrance on Charlotte and Germain Street. Parking is available in indoor garages at Brunswick Square and Market Square, or in any of the numerous outdoor lots in…Read More


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