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Fog Blog

It’s hauntingly romantic. It’s mysterious, comforting, and it’s unique to coastal cities. It’s fog‐‐and Saint John is famous for it! According to international travel expert, Walter H. Johnson, Jr., fog is a rare sighting for most inland visitors. “Recent research shows that tourists travel to experience what’s different. Fog is an interesting difference in Saint… Read More

Saint John: Canada’s (self-proclaimed) most Irish City

Saint John, New Brunswick’s peaceful shores have been a welcome sight for hundreds of thousands of immigrants. This includes the Irish, who at one time made up half the city’s population. As Canada’s (self‐proclaimed) most Irish city, Saint John has over two centuries of Irish history beginning with the arrival of Irish American Loyalists around… Read More

A Sure Bet For Our Economy

Commentary from Paulette Hicks, President, Saint John Hotel Association A Sure Bet For Our Economy In our current economic climate, sure bets are few and far between. Many industries are struggling, particularly with Canada’s weakened dollar. It’s time to shine the spotlight on a consistent contributor to our community’s economy that is here for the… Read More

The ABC’s to Valentine’s Day in Saint Awesome

Valentine’s Day snuck up on you and not sure what to do you with your sweetie? Not to worry, we have many #SaintAwesome ideas for you!   ART IN PUBLIC PLACES Stroll hand in hand through Uptown Saint John and take a self-guided walking tour featuring over 20 unique public art displays. BMG The newly… Read More

The East Coast Games are back – bigger and better for 2016

(June 23-26, 2016) Saint John, NB – Following the major success of the inaugural East Coast Games, the event is poised for growth in 2016 with an expected 2000 participants and a new title sponsor. “We’re really excited to see how the Games are growing for 2016,” says Bill MacMackin, Event Organizer. “The positive feedback we… Read More

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