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Last Minute Superbowl Recipes

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Celebrate Superbowl LII in Style The Superbowl is almost upon us! The Patriots and Eagles meet in the Superbowl to battle for the NFL’s top prize. When the teams take the field for Super Bowl LII on Sunday in Minneapolis, we’ll be treated to a match-up of Super Bowl juggernaut vs. Super Bowl underdog. It […]

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Officers’ Square Plan Revitalizes Fredericton’s Great Heritage, Cultural, Recreation Space

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After an extensive public consultation process, the City of Fredericton has released its revitalization plan for Officers’ Square in the Historic Garrison District, Fredericton’s great public space.

After an extensive public consultation process, the City of Fredericton has released its revitalization plan for Officers’ Square in the Historic Garrison District, Fredericton’s great public space. The revitalization plan for the National Historic Site will be implemented as a multi-phase, multi-year project.  Heritage preservation is a central priority and the plan provides much-needed improvements […]

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Milk Prices to Increase Slightly in NB

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The New Brunswick Farm Products Commission has announced that the minimum price consumers pay for white milk will increase as of Feb. 1.

The New Brunswick Farm Products Commission has announced that the minimum price consumers pay for white milk will increase by one cent per litre as of Feb. 1. The commission determined that a price adjustment was necessary based on several factors, notably the increase in payroll, energy, packaging and ingredient costs to dairy processors. Pricing […]

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2018 Fredericton FROSTival Kicks Off This Weekend

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Atlantic Canada’s largest winter celebration, FROSTival kicks off this upcoming weekend. The annual event includes the region’s best outdoor winter festivals, events and indoor cultural experiences. Pull on your hat & mittens, the perfect winter weekend getaway is waiting for you! Come celebrate winter in Fredericton with one of the region’s best outdoor festivals, events […]

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City To Create An Exciting Garrison Night Market For Next Summer On Carleton Street

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Fredericton’s redesigned Carleton Street will host the City’s exciting new Garrison Night Market on Thursday evenings, starting in June. Every Thursday, Carleton Street will be transformed into the Garrison Night Market, an Asian-style night market featuring local and imported handmade products, art and fine craft, locally-grown farm products, local micro-brews, ciders and spirits, musicians, youth […]

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Art Kitchen: A Communal Meal and Radically Transparent Fundraiser

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Art Kitchen

Art Kitchen rethinks the communal meal as a radically transparent and participatory approach to arts funding. Over one evening, four emerging artists share a project, and patrons share a communal meal that generates independent funding to support local artistic and curatorial development. Connexion ARC partners with local establishments and invites a guest chef to prepare […]

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Wine Excellence Award Winners Announced

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FREDERICTON (GNB) – The Wine Excellence Awards were held on March 29-30, 2017, in Fredericton. The wines were judged by the following Sommeliers: Bill Vance, Craig Pinhey, Doug Williams, Craig Astles, Jonathan Wilson, and Richard Noiles as well as NB Liquor product advisors. The award winners in each category are: Best Pinot Grigio – Sommelier […]

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What To Do In Fredericton – Halloween Edition

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WARNING: This ‘What To Do’ List Is Not For The Faint Of Heart   In our most Spooktacular article of the year, Fred-E-Scene let’s you know where all the best haunts in Fredericton are this Halloween. This year, Halloween, in Fredericton, is shaping up to be the most scary ever…so let the screams begin: Friday, […]

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Agriculture in the Classroom Program Launches in Schools

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More New Brunswick students are digging into agriculture this year thanks to the launch of the new Agriculture in the Classroom program. From left: Agriculture, Mines and Rural Affairs Minister Andrew Harvey; chef Marie-France Thibault; and farmer Christian Michaud.

FREDERICTON (GNB) – More New Brunswick students are digging into agriculture this year thanks to the launch of the new Agriculture in the Classroom program. “Farming is an important part of our economy, creating jobs and providing livelihoods for New Brunswick families,” said Agriculture, Mines and Rural Affairs Minister Andrew Harvey. “Your government is proud […]

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Memorable Thanksgiving Ideas For New Brunswick

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Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes Fredericton New Brunswick

So Much to be Thankful For…   It is that time of year again…Thanksgiving Long Weekend. We love food at Fred-E-Scene and have compiled a list of traditional and not-so-traditional Thanksgiving recipes to make this year the most memorable dinner ever. We even have local drink ideas. Your grumpy Uncle Joe will even approve of […]