The death of Renée “Rena” Belliveau of Saint John, NB, occurred on Wednesday, September 19, 2012, after a long and happy life. She was born in West Saint John on June 2, 1927 and was a daughter of the late Andrew and Olive (Babineau) Cormier. Renée was employed at many jobs notably the DVA Hospital … Continue reading "Renée “Rena” Mary Belliveau 1927-2012"
From the beginnings of time every Therian has wondered if there was intelligent life beyond the Planet There. As it turns out there now is. Earlier this week Michael Wilson announced the launch of in partnership with Groovenet, There Philippines. There Philippines opened this week as an Alpha Release with very controlled testing being done.Â … Continue reading "There Philippines"
I have a concern I’ve noticed happening more often on buses over the past month or so. This effect is predominantly happening on the Hospital / UNB and East / West Routes. As the buses are approaching capacity there are normally about three to seven seats left in the rear of the bus, however many … Continue reading "Better Policy Needed to Deal with Bus Congestion"
Memorial: Charles Belliveau Originally Printed in: Saint John Telegraph Journal (February 19th, 2003) Belliveau Charles-In loving memory of Charles Joseph Belliveau who left us three very long years ago on February 19th 2000. You touched and helped so many people who it has become impossible to forget you. Your hand was always extended to the … Continue reading "Charles Belliveau"
Note: This article was originally written for Journalism 2023 Journalistic Writing in November 2002. The 50th Annual Saint John Santa Claus Parade comes around for another year. This was a difficult production for producer Don Ferguson to organize volunteers. In addition, the float list was only available late on Friday afternoon. Three hours before the … Continue reading "Making a TV Show"