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Petit Sault Brewers

| July 18, 2014

A local brewery, that is brewing for local people. That is the idea behind Petit Sault Brewers here in Edmundston, a project that started as an idea that snow balled into a massive amount of support from the community. ¬†“When we started we were a few friends talking about the possibility of starting a brewery […]

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Citizens Hope to Bring Amphitheater to Edmundston

| March 4, 2014

A big time project is happening in Edmundston. Citizens are working to bring an amphitheater to the city. It’ll be built on the campus shared by three area schools – and will be a venue for sports, concerts, and other major events. “It is the missing piece of the puzzle to the great infrastructure we […]

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City of Edmundston and Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Partner Up For Economic Development

| February 26, 2014

The city of Edmundston and the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation are brainstorming ways they can celebrate their new partnership. The two have joined forces to make big things happen in their community. Edmundston Mayor Cyrille Simard says, “I think it’s the best opportunity we’ve had in recent years of having a shared vision of exactly […]

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World Acadian Congress Unveils Women’s Summit

| February 24, 2014

On Monday here at the Madawaska Museum in Edmundston, organizers unveiled the program for an event that they consider to be one of the most important events in the upcoming World Acadian Congress – and that’s the 2014 Women’s Summit. Executive director of the World Acadian Congress Leo Paul Charest says, “it has been in […]

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Another Train Derails in New Brunswick

| January 27, 2014

CBC News is reporting another train has derailed in New Brunswick. This one in the community of Saint Basille. Its the second derailment in New Brunswick this month. The accident happened late Sunday night. CBC is reporting 5 cars derailed.¬†Jacques Doiron, emergency measures co-ordinator for the City of Edmundston, says one of them contained “dangerous, […]

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