Ti-Cats defeat Montreal Alouettes 40-24, advance to Grey Cup Oskee Wee Wee! Hamilton Tiger-Cats are bound for the Grey Cup after defeating the Montreal Alouettes 40-24 in the East Division final on Sunday at Tim Hortons Field. Take a look at the photo gallery to see how Ti-Cats players celebrated their sweet victory. Click the […]

At The End Of The Day

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At The End Of The Day

At The End Of The Day   At the end of the day look upon yesterday with great fondness it was a great day but mostly look forward to tomorrow and what’s coming your way.. gratitude give to others for all the gifts they’ve given to you give thanks to the Highest Power for every […]

Nearly 8 years ago in 2007, I wrote a column headlined, “City Council has no Clothes. “ I had included in the article, at the time,  what I believed was an important consideration as it related to the taxpayer receiving less and less  while paying more and more.   Read on and see if you agree if […]

Information Morning Moncton host was reporter in Miramichi when serial killer was caught A late Sunday afternoon in November, 1989. I’m in a van with a Radio-Canada reporter and cameraman. We’re heading to Miramichi. And we’re in a hurry. Allan Legere terrorized people in the Miramichi for 201 days in 1989. He killed four people after […]


The public online list would disclose how much city employees make along with their taxable benefits A Saint John city councillor says residents should have a clearer picture of where their tax money is going. Councillor Greg Norton is putting forward a motion before common council to create a sunshine list. The public online list […]


Because Good Things Last   Your love was like a well that could be dipped into which only got deeper and deeper though the time wasn’t right the memories of you continue to linger each and every night the memory of you is never a stranger.. because good things last they are never in the […]


Kathy’s Wish

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Kathy’s Wish

OVERVIEW The Joshua Group is a non-profit,volunteer-driven organization, serving at-risk children in the Greater Saint John area. Ranging in ages from 2 to 16 years of age, these children generally come from single family homes, many fatherless. The Joshua Group places special emphasis on priority neighborhoods, where most often, families feel neglected and ignored by […]

Gender gouging: Women often pay more than men
Gender gouging: Women often pay more than men

CBC’s Marketplace finds Canada lacks consumer protection against price discrimination As Black Friday approaches, here’s something that might make you see red: If you’re a woman, you may be paying more for a range of products than men are. The practice is called gender pricing, where men and women are charged different amounts for similar […]

 November 10, 2014: What really goes on when you call customer service
 November 9, 2014: Google Canada fined over cleavage on Street View
 November 9, 2014: Chinese, Canadian central banks agree to 200 bln yuan currency swap
 November 9, 2014: An Idea, A seed. 一种思想,一种种子
 November 6, 2014: Friendly Moose Put Down
 November 6, 2014: McKENNA: ‘Good governments do not allow mob rule’
 November 5, 2014: CBC Top Headlines
 November 4, 2014: Scotiabank to cut about 1,500 jobs, book C$451 million charge
 November 3, 2014: CBC -Top Headlines
 November 3, 2014: Retired engineer to speak on dangers of genetically modified foods
 November 2, 2014: New Brunswick Economy – Show us The Money
 November 1, 2014: CBC- Part 1 – Creating Deep Change in New Brunswick
 October 31, 2014: CBC Top Headlines
 October 31, 2014: Moncton’s Main Street struggles with empty space
 October 30, 2014: Derailment in Grand Bay-Westfield was ‘minor,’ fire chief says
 October 26, 2014: CBC cuts ties with Jian Ghomeshi after receiving “information” about Q host
 October 26, 2014: New Brunswick in a Death Spiral?
 October 26, 2014: Companies With the Best (and Worst) Reputations
 October 24, 2014: Biofuels vs. Disappearing Grasslands
Donation Drive for Joshua Group
Donation Drive for Joshua Group
 November 21, 2014: Are There Still Dinosaures ?
 November 20, 2014: So you Think You Can Write?
 November 20, 2014: N.B. Premier says pipeline the answer to job creation
 November 20, 2014: Dream, Believe and Persist – Rochelle Ford
 November 19, 2014: Draining the Swamp
 November 18, 2014: Dream, Believe and Persist
 November 18, 2014: The Art Of Lip-syncing Christmas
 November 18, 2014: Saint John Common Council wants control over Transit, but not responsibility
 November 17, 2014: YMCA Peace Awards to be Presented on Friday
 November 17, 2014: The Beating will Continue Until The Morale Improves.
 November 17, 2014: Letter to the Editor – The Saga Continues
 November 17, 2014: Saint John East byelection may see strong voter turnout
 November 16, 2014: Letter to the Editor
 November 16, 2014: Canada surpasses Brazil as global leader in deforestation
 November 16, 2014: Abandoned Kitten
 November 16, 2014: The Tipping Point or the Turning Point.
 November 16, 2014: There’s A City ( A City Of Lost Heroes )
 November 16, 2014: Running Without a Chain
 November 15, 2014: Saint John Transit budget overrun
Your Morning Smile – Don’t Do It!!!!
Your Morning Smile – Don’t Do It!!!!


 November 21, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Frightening Statistic
 November 20, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Everlasting Love
 November 19, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Turn on the Bilge Pumps
 November 18, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Perils of a Catholic Upbringing
 November 17, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Google Maps?
 November 16, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Religious Preference.
 November 15, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Rectal Roulette?
 November 14, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Canadian RRSP
 November 13, 2014: Tallest man, Sultan Kosen, shakes hands with shortest, Chandra Bahadur Dangi
 November 13, 2014: Your Morning Smile – A Good Idea
 November 12, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Wash and Wear
 November 11, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Under Control
 November 10, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Whoops!!
 November 9, 2014: Chef, 90, faces jail, fines for feeding the homeless
 November 9, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Two Faced
 November 8, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Match Made in Heaven
 November 7, 2014: Your Morning Smile – It’s A?
 November 6, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Knickers in a Knot
 November 5, 2014: Your Morning Smile – Side-effects
 November 20, 2014: Amazon’s Video Service Is Growing, But Netflix Is Still Killing It
 November 20, 2014: Youth smoking rates rising in New Brunswick
 November 17, 2014: Your Picture
 November 15, 2014: Wait, Watch And See ( The Public, Left Out In The Cold )
 November 14, 2014: Human Intelligence on the Decline
 November 14, 2014: Suck it up Buttercup – Paying it Forward
 November 14, 2014: We Aren’t Leaping But We Are Weeping
 November 14, 2014: Life, death and raging bulls
 November 13, 2014: The Grin
 November 12, 2014: War Making and Class Conflict
 November 12, 2014: Erin Steuter. The harm of media monopoly.
 November 12, 2014: When He Calls Out
 November 11, 2014: So Your Wouldn’t Have Too ( Veterans Day/Remembrance Day )
 November 11, 2014: The Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds
 November 9, 2014: Fell ( The Way We Remember )
 November 8, 2014: Pathological Liars
 November 7, 2014: Pie in the Sky
 November 7, 2014: The Way We Remember
2 firms contend to create Moncton’s $95M centre
2 firms contend to create Moncton’s $95M centre

Council will select winning candidate before year’s end Two companies submitted bids to build a $95.4-million downtown sports and entertainment centre for Moncton. Bird Construction and Ellis Don each put forth a bid; both companies have completed similar multi-million dollar projects in Canada. Isabelle LeBlanc, a spokesperson for the City of Moncton, said a committee […]

 November 14, 2014: Paving and Politics
 November 12, 2014: Saint John’s Comeback?
 November 9, 2014: Warplanes hit convoy near Mosul in attempt to kill ISIS leaders
 November 6, 2014: International prosecutors decide against charges over deadly Israeli raid on aid ship
 November 2, 2014: ISIS targets Sunni tribe in Iraq
 October 31, 2014: Beijing bans Halloween costumes and make-up on metro
 October 28, 2014: John Tory ends Rob Ford’s reign over Toronto
 October 28, 2014: Robert MacLeod, Margaret-Ann Blaney cut in deputy minister shuffle
 October 24, 2014: War with Isis
 October 23, 2014: Lone-Wolf Attacks Duel With Airstrikes in New War Era
 October 22, 2014: CBC Top Headlines
 October 22, 2014: Howard Levitt: Why Gary Keating is the poster child for Canada’s spoiled public schoolteachers
 October 21, 2014: Municipal Jeopardy – Who Said That?
 October 21, 2014: NDP’s Dominic Cardy will run in the Saint John East byelection
 October 20, 2014: CBC News
 October 20, 2014: Shelley Rinehart named Liberal candidate in Saint John East
 October 20, 2014: ACAP Saint John director steps down with harbour cleanup done
 October 20, 2014: Shelley Rinehart named Liberal candidate in Saint John East
 October 18, 2014: Municipal Jeopardy 2 – Answers
Wilson Kipsang Of Kenya Wins 2014 NYC Marathon Men’s Title
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
 June 2, 2014: Secretariat Heart Of A Champion
 May 30, 2014: So you THINK you can Write?
 May 4, 2014: NBA To Appoint CEO For L.A. Clippers
 April 30, 2014: Donald Sterling incident shows the dark side of the NBA’s owner-player relationship
 April 20, 2014: Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dead at 76
 February 23, 2014: Gold Rush: Russia tops final Sochi 2014 medal count
 February 21, 2014: Marielle Thompson, Kelsey Serwa win gold, silver in ski cross
 February 20, 2014: Canada’s women defend Olympic hockey gold in OT thriller (VIDEO)
 February 20, 2014: Finnished! Russian Hockey Team Bounced Out Of Olympics
 February 8, 2014: Alleged Olympic vote-swapping deal would keep Canada from gold
 February 6, 2014: George Zimmerman to fight rapper DMX
 February 6, 2014: Sochi – FREESTYLE SKIING
 February 6, 2014: Threat of Explosives on Planes into Russia