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Canadian Heritage Announces $150,000 in Funding for Saint John’s Canada 150 Celebrations

For Immediate Release Canadian Heritage Announces $150,000 in Funding for Saint John’s Canada 150 Celebrations Saint John, NB February 27, 2017: Discover Saint John is thrilled to acknowledge the Government of Canada’s support for their Canada 150 Cargo-tecture Design Competition and Culture Stage. Canadian Heritage has committed $150,000 to the project after approving Discover Saint… Read More


ABC’s of Valentine’s Day in #SaintAwesome (2017 edition)

Leading into the weekend before Valentine’s Day are you still unsure of how to romance your sweetheart?  We have some #SaintAwesome ideas for you!   ARCHIVES TALK Join the New Brunswick Museum for their Archives Talk “Sweets for My Sweet” – a taste of the history of confectionery in New Brunswick, exploring almost two hundred… Read More


In Saint John in Canada, Exploring the Legacy of the Loyalists

NEW YORK TIMES, By RICHARD RUBIN OCT. 27, 2016 Oh, Canada. Not our home and native land; but: so close. But also: so not. Cross the northern border and things look and sound pretty much the same: the mountains, the trees, the rivers, the houses, the roads, the big-box buildings, the clothes, the faces, the… Read More


Another Big Year For Tourism In Saint John

Local Hotel Stays up by 5.8 Per Cent So Far This Year, Tourism Contributes $240,000,000 To Local Economy Saint John, November 3– Saint John is on track for a record-setting tourism year. New data from STR, in independent authority on hotel industry performance, found that occupancy in Saint John’s hotels is up 5.8 per cent… Read More


Saint John to host the 2018 Canada 55+ Games Valued at $3M

Saint John, NB October 14, 2016 – Saint John, New Brunswick has been officially announced as the host city for the 2018 Canada 55+ Games bringing over 1500 delegates and having an economic impact of approximately $3M. The games will take place August 21-24, 2018 at venues throughout the city and Quispamsis. “Winning the bid… Read More


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