The location of Saint John at the mouth of the Saint John River and adjoining the Bay of Fundy has given it a major role in the growth and development of New Brunswick. It began as a trading post.
Every town and city has someone who makes a difference in the place they call home. In Saint John that person is Bernard Cormier, Cultural Affairs Officer for the City.
Black people were in the Province of New Brunswick even before its earliest settlements. They came as Indian captives, explorers, workers in the fur trade and early industries.
Just a short walk from the cruise ships and uptown hotels, nestled between art galleries and antique shops in the most historical street and section of Saint John, is Java Moose - an award winning coffee house.
McDonald's offers a variety of menu items like apple slices, the Fruit ‘n Yogurt Parfait and the Chicken Snack Wrap that you can grab before trekking Saint John’s steep, history-lined streets
A drive along the southeastern coast of New Brunswick is a lovely way to spend a day. In Dipper Harbour you can walk on a fishing wharf and look at a myriad of fishing boats.
David Goss feels that his life is running according to a plan that was laid down for him long before he was aware of it.
A visit to Saint John should include a visit to Rockwood Park. With 2200 acres of land and 26 kilometers of groomed trails, it is the perfect family getaway...
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