JOBS: Like trails? Like graphic design? Like to travel? Now here’s a real job for you!

Position available: Trans Canada Trail Signage Officer April 4th, 2012 Position Description: Signage Officer I. Role Description & Reporting Relationships: This is a one-year position reporting to the National Director of Trails and based in either Montreal, Quebec or Fredericton, New … Continue reading

EARTHQUAKE: Quake reported in Bay of Fundy – New Brunswick – CBC News

Earthquake reported in Bay of Fundy Last Updated: Tuesday, July 27, 2010 | 5:14 AM AT CBC News Kevin Kelly, a biologist, said he felt the earthquake on Machias Seal Island in the Bay of Fundy. (Jacques Poitras/CBC) A 3.2 … Continue reading

RIVERS: St. Croix River – The uneasy Boundary between Canada and the United States.

A video tour to set the scene. Related articles HISTORY: Was Canada’s First settlement on Doshay’s, Dochet’s, Muttineguis, Bone, or St. Croix Island ( LNG: Calais LNG – Hope springs eternal. ( … Continue reading

TOURISM: Lots of Reasons to Sail to New Brunswick in 2012 NEW BRUNSWICK, ATLANTIC CANADA, March, 2012 – New Brunswick is blossoming into a popular cruise destination. Studies show more Americans will be cruising north in 2012 and more cruise lines will be sailing to New Brunswick in Atlantic Canada. … Continue reading

BUSINESS: Historic Algonquin Hotel sale finalized – New Brunswick – CBC News

CBC News Posted: Mar 23, 2012 2:11 PM AT The historic Algonquin Hotel has been sold to a consortium of companies. The New Brunswick government has sold the historic Algonquin Hotel and Resort in St. Andrews to New Castle Hotels and … Continue reading

BUSINESS: Princess of Acadia Ferry Status.

Will the vital ferry link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick be maintained? That’s the perennial question around the Bay of Fundy. Here’s the latest news. N.S. and N.B. to invest in Bay of Fundy ferry 21/03/2012 1:21:14 PM CTV … Continue reading

HELP!: Information needed by researchers of deadly white-nose syndrome in bats.

Naturalists help sought with white-nose research By now, many naturalists are aware that a deadly fungal infection, referred to as white-nose syndrome(WNS), has killed millions of hibernating bats in North America over the past few years. Since 2009 WNS related … Continue reading

BUSINESS: Algonquin hotel may have new buyer

CBC News  Posted: Dec 1, 2011 5:49 PM AT Last Updated: Dec 1, 2011 5:36 PM AT Supply and Services Minister Claude Williams says the province is in serious negotiations with a potential buyer. (CBC)The provincial government may have found a buyer for … Continue reading

West Isles

      West Isles from Letete Passage–one of Fundy’s “Ecological Engines” This aerial by Tim Foulkes shows the multitude of islands and ledges that make up one of the Bay of Fundy’s key “ecological engines”; places where local productivity … Continue reading