Russell Wangersky: Suffer the children
New Brunswick graduates reminded of consequences of impaired driving
Nominations sought for New Brunswick Human Rights Award
Sackville Art Hive hosting second Boomerang Bag Community Sewing Bee
Food, environmental and portering services at New Brunswick hospitals will not be ...
Sackville RCMP adopts bicycle registration program to combat theft
EDITORIAL: Troubled waters
Russell Wangersky: When you can’t trust your partner
New Brunswick begins 2018 heat alert, response system
The Sackville Tribune Post
CINDY DAY: Spectrum of sunset colours
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CINDY DAY: Clouds clear for conjunctions
'I was a gangster at 18': Former career criminal Michael Bull Roberts shares his story of how he turned his life around in the hope of helping others
CINDY DAY: New moon, no moon?
CINDY DAY: The whys of windy weather
CINDY DAY: Water cooler talk tees up World Environment Day
On June 4, I had the pleasure of taking part in a water symposium. What is that, you ask? Cindy Day It was an event or conversation about our most valuable resource: water. Oland Brewery, in partnership with Halifax Water, invited a ...
Middleton’s Macdonald Museum Market a big hit on opening day
MIDDLETON, NS - Janice Slauenwhite wanted good weather, lots of vendors, and big crowds for the first day of the new Middleton outdoor market at Macdonald Museum May 31. She got all three and rave reviews for the new museum-hosted venture that ...
‘Rainy days are awesome days’ - Annapolis Royal woman buys 80 umbrellas for visitors caught in the rain
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Caught in a downpour? If you’re in Annapolis Royal just grab an umbrella and keep shopping, or sightseeing, or doing whatever you were doing. Eighty of the pink and black umbrellas arrived in town last week and ...
CINDY DAY: Did you make the hurricane list?
It might seem early to talk about hurricanes, especially in Canada, but June 1 marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. While our four seasons last only three months each, this one stretches over six months ending Nov. ...
Sackville’s Live Bait Theatre, Charlie Rhindress team up to present Uh oh, Canada! dinner theatre
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Following the sold out success of last summer's Anne of Springhill and this past Christmas's A Rockin' Little Christmas, Charlie Rhindress and Live Bait Theatre are once again teaming up to provide dinner theatre ...
CINDY DAY: May's moon moniker
A full moon is magical. It can be romantic, mysterious, even eerie, and it is always very bright. Since time began, people have been curious about the moon. Calendars were designed around them; holidays and observances set according to them. For ...
CINDY DAY: Never a dull weather moment
Well, you certainly can’t say that the weather in Atlantic Canada is boring. Cindy Day Wednesday, May. 23, we experienced rain, snow, hail, a thunderstorm and violent wind gusts. Depending on where you were at the time, you may or may ...
Voice, creative writing workshops to be featured at Women’s Arts Festival in Sackville
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Live Bait Theatre’s inaugural Women’s Arts Festival, running June 8-9, features dance and theatre performances, authors’ readings, music, and m Sherry Smith any other arts activities for girls ...
Province announces additional funding for emerging New Brunswick artists
FREDERICTON, N.B. – The provincial government is investing an additional $100,000 in the New Brunswick Arts Board to increase the funding to emerging artists. This additional investment by the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture is ...
CINDY DAY: UFO sighting in Atlantic Canada?
I love to look up. Night or day, you never know what you’ll see. Cindy Day After sunset, you could spot an interesting asterism (a collection of stars in a pattern), a low-hanging planet or two, or even the International Space ...