I have seen that the weekly local newspaper here magazine is now no more. Here is my little story of that zine. We go back to March of 2004 the one and only time that I had visited the office of here. I went up all the stairs in the Miller Britain building on Princess … Continue reading "The End of “here”"
One of the major articles from the Telegraph-Journal this week that had caught my attention (Petition would oust Mayor) was the petition by Gerry Webster to recall the mayor. All I can say is where do I sign. No don’t say that I don’t agree with democracy, in fact I believe that petitioning to recall … Continue reading "Time to pull Mayor Court"
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"
Originally Printed in: Saint John Telegraph Journal (August 15th, 2002) Bilingual signs are great teaching tools Although it will cost some money, the new Official Languages Act although will be beneficial to all New Brunswickers. The best part of this is the part where all signs will have to be bilingual. The reason I say … Continue reading "Bilingual Signs are Great Teaching Tools"