Change Of Venue Part Two He would have to do it in increments he hadn’t realized he was so stuck hadn’t realized the years had gone by that he would always find the same seat it must have been the changing of the tides of the river that obscured his view or a trick of […]

  Following on from last week’s Word Health Organization (WHO) report on glyphosate, which confirmed the world’s most used herbicide probably causes cancer, Sustainable Pulse has discovered documents from 1991 that show how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) themselves were fully aware of glyphosate’s carcinogenic potential. continue reading>>>>> 1085

The Famous of Saint John In Hollywood between Palm trees and gaudy tourist shops there’s the long walk of fame it’s not far from Grumman’s Chinese Theater there are palm prints cemented and brass stars encased in the sidewalks imprinted with the names of one celebrity or another In Toronto there’s a long walk of […]

Abby Martin breaks down how the Ag giant Monsanto has established a permanent revolving door in Washington, highlighting major conflicts of interest between top government officials who have personal stakes in the company.       687

Starting To Frame tells the story of a young individual growing up in post-war Sheffield, England, amongst the turmoil of mental illness in his home. Summary: Retired university professor and Dean of Science Roger Gordon of Stratford, Prince Edward Island, Canada, has written a memoir about growing up amidst several stigmas of the day in post-war Sheffield, England. These stigmas include marital […]

Yesterday I went to Rhoda’s Flea Market as Kimmy and I do most Sundays, during most trips we don’t buy anything, have a coffee and talk to folks, but sometimes we do. I tend to use Rhoda’s as as an economic barometric indicator.  Did you know that when times are tough redemption coupon activities go […]

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The Monsanto Company’s popular weed killer, ‘Roundup’ contains glyphosate an ingredient that ‘probably’ causes cancer according to the World Health Organization. According to The Market Business, the probability of the chemical glyphosate found in Roundup causing cancer to humans was made in a study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a cancer […]

Monsanto pesticides are safe enough to drink in a glass of water, says an honest-to-goodness scientist who immediately refuses an offer you to drink a glass of Monsanto pesticides. Not due to the fact Monsanto pesticides are not protected, no, but because… continue reading>>>>> 1103

Pure Speculation But Isn’t It A Nice Thought He wanted to speculate but he wanted to do it out loud he wanted to give a voice to a picture he had running in his head he wanted to make it multicolored or maybe it would be better off in shadow it was kind of a […]

The Winner’s Secret, If its Good, …….Make it Better
The Winner’s Secret, If its Good, …….Make it Better

I learned the other day that according to “TripAdvisor”  Saint John’s very own Chipman Hill Suites is ranked …..a little drum roll please …….number #1  in Saint John and…. YES ….in New Brunswick! That’s #1  out of 205 properties in the B&B / Inn Category. Chipman Hill has been #1 in Saint John significantly more […]

 March 28, 2015: Drink Up, It’s Good For You
 March 28, 2015: NEW | Future Shop stores closed across Canada, some to become Best Buy
 March 27, 2015: News Snipet – For Monsanto, a Season of Woes
 March 26, 2015: CBC Job Cuts
 March 25, 2015: World Health Organization labels Roundup a ‘probable carcinogen,’
 March 25, 2015: Monsanto seeks retraction for report linking herbicide to cancer
 March 24, 2015: Letter to the Editor – Crown Forest Agreement Review?
 March 20, 2015: Strike One!
 March 20, 2015: DuPont sues Monsanto
 March 19, 2015: BCAPI Luncheon – Monday May 11th, 11:30 am, Delta Brunswick Ballroom.
 March 18, 2015: San Diego sues Monsanto over PCB pollution
 March 16, 2015: Updated Costco Canada’s fish import licence suspended by food safety watchdog
 March 16, 2015: Call your MLA to Scrap The Forestry Deal
 March 16, 2015: The Price We Pay: “Dirty Banking” and the Dark History of Offshore Havens and Corporate Tax Avoidance
 March 13, 2015: Toronto Star to end paid digital subscriptions
 March 10, 2015: New Brunswick’s forestry contract with J.D. Irving goes too far: CCNB
 March 8, 2015: Wind Farm?
 March 8, 2015: Monsanto’s Deep Legacy Of Corruption And Cover-Up
 March 6, 2015: Bye, Bye to the Elephants
 March 30, 2015: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Boat.
 March 29, 2015: Dumb and Dumber – Entitlement or Segregation?
 March 28, 2015: Irvings buying Mactaquac dam to convert into massive river logging pulp mill
 March 28, 2015: To Oligarch or Not to Oligarch…. That is the Question.
 March 28, 2015: A True Force Of Nature
 March 27, 2015: Please Help me Understand
 March 27, 2015: Lesser Than The Best “Father To A Young Son”
 March 26, 2015: Another Bites the Dust
 March 26, 2015: Working Stiff
 March 25, 2015: Sonnet # 269
 March 25, 2015: Your Morning Smile- Let Kids Sing
 March 24, 2015: It’s Just a Bee
 March 24, 2015: Roundup Weedkiller May Contain Carcinogen, Warns IARC: Monsanto Cries Foul
 March 24, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Canadian Fun
 March 24, 2015: All He Needed
 March 23, 2015: A Great Perspective from a “New” Canadian
 March 23, 2015: Monsanto’s widely used weed killer Roundup may cause cancer says WHO
 March 23, 2015: Even The Sparrows Want To Know
 March 22, 2015: Single Most Important
Your Morning Smile – Lone Ranger Wisdom
Your Morning Smile – Lone Ranger Wisdom

    The Lone Ranger and Tonto went camping in the desert. After they got their tent all set up, both men fell sound asleep. Some hours later, Tonto wakes the Lone Ranger and says, ‘Kemo Sabe, look towards sky, what you see? ‘The Lone Ranger replies, ‘I see millions of stars.’ What that tell […]

 March 30, 2015: Your Morning Smile -Mexican Maid
 March 28, 2015: Your Morning Smile -Ouch!
 March 27, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Retire to Alaska
 March 23, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Farming Fun
 March 22, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Friends
 March 20, 2015: The Dumbing Down of America? Really?
 March 20, 2015: Your Morning Smile – I Love You Honey…
 March 19, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Tattoos
 March 18, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Follow that Plow
 March 17, 2015: Your Morning Smile – The Flip Side
 March 16, 2015: Thai Space Program
 March 16, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Weight Watchers
 March 15, 2015: Your Morning Smile – The Sunshine of My Life
 March 14, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Exotic Dancer
 March 13, 2015: Your Morning Smile – Cultivated Cattail?
 March 12, 2015: Your Morning Smile -Love Conquers All
 March 11, 2015: Your Morning Smile- Oh Canada
 March 10, 2015: Yorm Morning Smile – Universal Weakness
 March 9, 2015: New Board Game – Name That Province?
The Seafire
The Seafire
 March 21, 2015: Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame
 March 20, 2015: We are a Captured Province!
 March 20, 2015: Red Bulbs
 March 19, 2015: Because It’s Right
 March 18, 2015: Unconditional Love
 March 18, 2015: In A Dark Movie House
 March 18, 2015: The Eight Most Damaging Ingredients to Watch for on Food Labels
 March 17, 2015: Eagle ”Darshan” with camera flies from Dubai skyscraper
 March 17, 2015: The Poor – The Cause or a Symptom?
 March 17, 2015: Not In Any Way Did She
 March 17, 2015: Repartee at its Best
 March 16, 2015: 2015 Red Triangle Award Gala
 March 16, 2015: What You Need To Know About Name Calling ( For Those Inclined To Engage In This Practice )
 March 15, 2015: The Gentle Cresarean
 March 14, 2015: Snow Removal or Snow Job?
 March 14, 2015: Harperland
 March 14, 2015: What Comes Around Will Inevitably Go Around
 March 13, 2015: Were You Invited? Check the Mail
 March 13, 2015: Like No Other
Senate Passes GOP Budget After Late-Night Debate
Senate Passes GOP Budget After Late-Night Debate

Editor’s Note: Doesn’t it make you proud to live next door to a country that slashes spending on education and health care while increasing the budget on defense spending? WASHINGTON — The Senate early Friday passed a Republican budget plan that would cut spending by $5.1 trillion over 10 years, raise military funding and repeal […]

 March 20, 2015: Yemen mosques attacked by suicide bombers, killing at least 137
 March 20, 2015: Typical Politician?
 March 13, 2015: Analysis Bill C-51 committee hears monologues, but few questions
 March 12, 2015: Harper Strikes Again
 March 9, 2015: Analysis – Trudeau, Mulcair top Harper in approval ratings, but regional swings key
 March 9, 2015: Letter to the Editor – Duality Divides
 March 6, 2015: Duffy Returns
 March 3, 2015: Your Crown Forest?
 February 28, 2015: NEW – Saint John comes up short on economic performance targets
 February 28, 2015: Putin critic, Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov killed in Moscow
 February 27, 2015: Bill C-51 will have ‘chilling effect,’ anti-shale gas group says
 February 27, 2015: David and Goliath – Against All Odds? (repost)
 February 26, 2015: War on Terror
 February 24, 2015: In Search of the Holy Grail
 February 23, 2015: Gulchgate -Video
 February 22, 2015: Harper’s New “Anti-Terrorist Bill”
 February 22, 2015: Canada to go to war against Stephen Harper’s Terror Bill
 February 20, 2015: David Campbell New Brunswick’s new chief economist
 February 20, 2015: U.S. Drones kill more people than ISIS: Chris Hedges
Charles Gorman Presentation
Charles Gorman Presentation

The Saint John Free Public Library will co-host two free evenings of talks about one of Saint John’s greatest all-round athletes, Charles Gorman. The two evenings will be Wednesday, February 11, 7pm at Market Square, and feature a talk about Gorman and his military and athletic career. The second talk will be on Thursday, February […]

 February 8, 2015: Officials: 25 people killed in Egyptian soccer match riot
 February 8, 2015: Bruce Jenner Crahes SUV
 February 4, 2015: Now There’s A Real Man
 February 2, 2015: Super Bowl XLIX Highlights
 January 24, 2015: Chicago Cubs icon Ernie Banks dead at 83
 January 1, 2015: Saint John rinks on thin ice as city looks to cut costs
 January 1, 2015: World Juniors: Canada edges U.S. to stay undefeated
 December 19, 2014: Aquille Carr released by Saint John Mill Rats
 December 9, 2014: More than a Hockey Player
 December 9, 2014: The untold truth of the Petit de Grat tragedy
 December 3, 2014: Beloved Habs hockey legend Jean Béliveau dies at 83
 November 24, 2014: Hamilton Tiger-Cats fans celebrate another trip to the Grey Cup
 November 2, 2014: Wilson Kipsang Of Kenya Wins 2014 NYC Marathon Men’s Title
 October 27, 2014: A Commercial, But……. a Good One
 October 23, 2014: Pittsburgh Penguins show solidarity by playing ‘O Canada’
 August 26, 2014: Oldies But……Goldies
 July 15, 2014: Oscar Pistorius in Johannesburg Nightclub Brawl Over Reeva Steenkamp
 July 9, 2014: Touch – Jean-Baptiste Chandelier
 July 9, 2014: World Cup 2014: Brazil’s meltdown caught us by surprise