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May 11, 2007

Enter New Brunswick’s ‘Ten Days of Wonder’ sweepstakes

Filed under: General News, Tourism Industry News — David @ 5:55 pm

Here’s an opportunity to win a free trip to see the wonders that New Brunswick has to offer. Tourism New Brunswick is once again offering their highly successful sweepstakes. Go to their website to find out more and to enter……. (more…)

Spring finally arriving and Summer on the horizon

Filed under: General News, Blair House News — David @ 5:42 pm

The second week of May and it finally feels like Spring has started to arrive. When we had almost overnight frost last week, this week saw day-time temperatures in St. Stephen saw to 27 C - incentive enough to take off Blair House’s storm windows. (more…)

March 21, 2007

New USA passport requirements coming in 2008

“As early as January 1, 2008, ALL persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda by land or sea (including ferries), may be required to present a valid passport or other documents as determined by the Department of Homeland Security. (more…)

March 16, 2007

End of line for English HP sauce

Filed under: General News, Recipes, Blair House News — David @ 9:58 pm

At Blair House we have always offered HP sauce as a condiment with our English mixed grill breakfast. Friday, March 16 was the last day for this traditional British condiment HP sauce to be made in England. (more…)

February 27, 2007

‘Suspend’ LNG hearing

Filed under: General News, Local News & a new Civic Centre — David @ 10:57 pm

From the Telegraph Journal, February 27, 2007

by Quentin Casey

The provincial government has asked that a U.S. review of proposed liquefied natural gas developments near the New Brunswick-Maine border be suspended, saying there is no point in debating the issue if the Canadian government refuses to let massive LNG tankers enter the development area in Passamaquoddy Bay.


U.S. gives go ahead to third bridge

From The St. Croix Courier, September 26, 2006

CALAIS – It’s official!
The final building hurdle has been cleared for the construction of a third international bridge crossing the St. Croix River from St. Stephen to Calais. More...

November 24, 2006

New Brunswick bans Ronald McDonald from schools, but says his video can stay

Filed under: General News — David @ 8:26 pm

From the Times Colonist:

In a Canadian first, the New Brunswick government has banned McDonald’s corporate mascot Ronald McDonald from its elementary schools, but says the fast-food giant’s controversial healthy living show can stay.

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