Category : New Brunswick

HomeArchive by Category New Brunswick

Justin Bourque and the Moncton Shootout

Justin Bourque and the Moncton Shootout “Awful news coming out of Fredericton. My heart goes out to everyone affected by this morning’s shooting. We’re following the situation closely.”So tweeted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this morning in response to news of a shootout that took place in the courtyard of an

Thunderbird- A Canadian Legend

Thunderbird A Canadian Legend On the eastern shore of Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, at a place known as Brockton Point, stands a cluster of ten totem poles carved and painted by First Nations artists. One of these carvings- a striking replica of a Kwakwaka'wakw longhouse post- stands in conspicuous prominence.

Benedict Arnold in Saint John, New Brunswick

Benedict Arnold in Saint John, New Brunswick America’s most notorious traitor, Benedict Arnold, was a merchant in New Haven, Connecticut. In his youth he volunteered to serve in the British colonial militia but after the revolt of the Americans following the Boston Tea Party he joined the Continental Army and distinguished

The Ghost Ship of Chaleur

There are many stories of ghost ships.  One of the most famous is that of the Mary Celeste.  But there is a ship that "patrols" the Bay of Chaleur that puts all the rest to shame.  Does the ship haunt the shores because its owners were murdered?  Or because its