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Tide and joy: New Brunswick’s culinary delights

From learning the secret of hand-dipping chocolate to dining on lobster aboard a cruise, New Brunswick’s growing food scene boasts plenty of new culinary experiences 

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Here comes the sun: Canada’s first astronomical observatory

Fredericton, home to the William Brydone Jack Observatory, will be one of the few Canadian cities to experience the total solar eclipse that crosses North America on April 8

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Wildlife Wednesday: Gabby the oldest Great Lakes piping plover makes another successful migration

Plus: the stolen 200-kilo polar bear, the bat that leapfrogs its way home, and the weird ancient tree straight out of The Lorax

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Uncorked: The story behind Saint John City Market’s hidden gem

How two Saint John sisters are sharing the flavours of New Brunswick in the heart of the city

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New Brunswick’s wildest adventure: Hiking the millennia-old Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail

An ancient Mi’gmaq migration route that follows the Nepisiguit River’s winding route to the salt waters of Chaleur Bay, the Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail is now one of the world’s best adventure trails

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Rolling uphill in New Brunswick

For almost a century, Magnetic Hill has boggled the minds of visitors. Here’s a closer look at what makes this magical spectacle so intriguing.

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grey jay sculpture Market Square Saint John by Phil Savage

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Grey jay sculpture installed in Saint John, N.B. marketplace

Sculpture of nine grey jays commemorates Canada 150 and New Brunswick's natural heritage

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Andrew Gunadie, aka Gunnarolla


Why Moncton, N.B., is Andrew Gunadie’s (a.k.a. Gunnarolla’s) favourite place in Canada

The Canadian YouTube sensation takes us into the heart of an unexpectedly charming maritime city

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