Yearly Archives: 2014

Alan Doyle Live in the Maritimes

Alan Doyle Live in the Maritimes

Sonic Concerts presents Alan Doyle live in the Maritimes! See him live at The Playhouse in Fredericton on May 3rd, at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton on May 5th, and at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax on May 8th, 2015. Alan Doyle, actor, producer, newly ­minted best-­selling author, and best ­known as lead singer […] Read more »

2014 Silver Wave Award Winners Announced

2014 Silver Wave Award Winners Announced

On Saturday night, November 8th, the Annual Silver Wave Awards Show handed out major hardware to filmmakers from all over the world. The big winners ultimately were NB Filmmakers. Below is a list of all the award winners: The Isaac ‘The Puma’ Miller Award for Best Youth Shorts in memory of young filmmaker/skateboarder/photographer Isaac Miller: The Railroad […] Read more »

Local veterans get internet access in time for Remembrance Day

Local veterans get internet access in time for Remembrance Day

Residents of the Horizon Health Network Veterans Health Unit in Fredericton now have easy access to the internet thanks to s-Novations, the City’s telecommunications company. E-Novations is the company responsible for the City’s Fred-eZone free wireless network. The staff and family members of residents requested internet connectivity earlier this year and e-Novations responded by installing… Read more »

Silver Wave Film Festival Starts Thursday

Silver Wave Film Festival Starts Thursday

The 14th annual Silver Wave Film Festival (SWFF) featuring over 120 films, a full slate of special events and an industry film summit, will be presented over four days in Fredericton, starting Thursday November 6th and running through Sunday November 9th. “Silver Wave is on a mission annually, to spotlight the creative talent of New Brunswick […] Read more »

Ability New Brunswick raising funds through annual art auction

Ability New Brunswick raising funds through annual art auction

Ability New Brunswick will be hosting its 24th annual fundraising auction on November 22. Presented by Lawton’s Home HealthCare, the Art & Antique Auction is a great chance to support local artists as well as New Brunswickers living with mobility disabilities. Ability New Brunswick promises “a special evening with delicious food and beautiful music, followed… Read more »

Local teen receives national history award

14 year old Dominyka Taylor will receive the Governor General’s History Award in Ottawa on November 3. Taylor earned this award for her submission to History Canada’s Kayak Kids’ Illustrated History Challenge. This challenge was open to submissions of an “original story based on any aspect of Canadian history and heritage,” according to the Canada’s… Read more »

Local woman provides “Hope for the Homeless”

Local woman provides “Hope for the Homeless”

Zealand resident Lois Hanson is once again collecting items she can place in Christmas stockings for those who live on the street in the second annual “Hope for the Homeless” charity. She says her first campaign was a success, and hopes to make the event a yearly occurrence. During the first Hope for the Homeless… Read more »

Trail named after City Councillor David Kelly

Ward 12 Councillor David Kelly has been lobbying for a path connection between the Rainsford Park area and Hanwell Road, and due to new developments his vision has become a reality. The city intends to name the path after the Councillor. City traffic engineer Darren Charters said the city didn’t have the funding to undertake… Read more »

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