PBR CANADA Bull Riding Comes to Moncton Coliseum June 2

Canadian star, and the current No.1 ranked rider in the nation, Brock Radford will be competing.

Set to begin its third season as the nation’s premier professional bull riding series, PBR Canada’s Monster Energy Tour will visit seven provinces in 2018, with the schedule once again highlighted by the league’s second-ever international Major. 


Romance inheritance scam hitting New Brunswickers

By Pierre Little


Land in New Brunswick Returned to Peskotomuhkati Tribe

The Peskotomuhkati tribe, based in Qonaskamkuk, or St. Andrews, New Brunswick, has received 2,500 acres along the Skutik, or St. Croix, River on behalf of the provincial government, reports Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. The act is an example of the effort between the two nations to work collaboratively to renew their relationship based on recognition, rights, respect, co-operation and partnership, which is recognized as key to achieving reconciliation with Indigenous people in Canada.
The land acquired includes Camp Chiputneticook, a 2,500-acre property in New Brunswick along the Skutik River, which is of cultural significance to the Nation. The Government of Canada provided the funding for the acquisition. The Nation has acquired the land and buildings from the Orser family, who have used it as their summer home for more than a century.
Along with the land comes a collection of artifacts of cultural significance for the Nation.

Pita Pit Encourages Canadians to Refuse to Settle for Anything Less than Nationwide Calorie Transparency


With the turn of the new year behind us, and most resolutions abandoned, Canadian consumers will again be subjected to the familiar drone of misleading marketing jargon and ad campaigns from a restaurant and retail industry promising healthy options inside of increasingly dull and uninspiring menus.  

Cineplex’s ‘Flashback Film Fest’ Brings Retro Flicks Back to the Big Screen

Cineplex Events today announced that the 9th annual  ‘Flashback Film Fest’ is back to provide another dose of nostalgia-inducing cinema.


Royal Winnipeg Ballet Comes to Moncton

About RWB’s 2016/17 Audition Tour
Each year Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School travels the country in search of talented dancers to join one of three Professional Programs: Ballet Academic (Ages 10+), Aspirant (Post-Secondary), and Teacher Training Program (Post-Secondary).
Auditions take place in cities across Canada and into the United States and include a Q & A portion for parents and students, as well as master class in some cities.   Students unable to attend an audition may send in a Video Application, which are accepted until May 1, 2018.

The US Softwood Lumber Subsidies Report mentions New Brunswick 26 times

Photo: President Donald Trump speaks at Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, Wis., Tuesday, April 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)


New Brunswick not listed as exempt from Tariffs.

A source has confirmed to the Brunswick Business Journal that New Brunswick is specifically targeted for tarrifs on Softwood Lumber.  The use by the American Department of Commerce of "Atlantic Provinces" indicates some ingorance in its definition. The term generally includes New Brunswick from the understanding of Canadian readers.

Use of the term Atlantic Provinces remains unclear in the official press release. 


Craig Storey Joins Mariner xVuTM as Executive Vice President

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA — May 29, 2017 — Mariner xVuTM is pleased to announce Craig Storey, P. Eng., has recently assumed leadership of the xVuTM sales team as Executive Vice  President, Global Sales. With client growth in the Tier-1 market – and significant increase in current client opportunities with global leaders in advanced mobile services, next-generation TV, high-speed internet and smart solutions – the xVu organization is currently focused on expanding growth in international markets such as LATAM and Asia-Pacific.

Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Atlantic founding chair Bill Jones receives honourary doctorate from UNB

New Brunswick (May 26, 2017) – William M Jones, a longtime conservationist who helped establish the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in the Atlantic region, has received an honourary doctor of science degree from the University of New Brunswick as a philanthropist, businessman and conservationist.  As the founding chair in 1998 of NCC’s first Atlantic region office in Fredericton, Jones has had a huge impact on the organization, which to date has helped protect 74,000 acres of  wildlife habitat and ecologically-significant sites in the four Atlantic provinces.