Village of Alma

The Village of Alma is in Albert County. The village is centered on the small delta of the Upper Salmon River and Cleveland Brook, where they empty into Salisbury Bay. The headquarters of Fundy Nation... Read More

Fort Hill Cannons

Fort Hill Cannons are a pair of 19th century cannon barrels flanking a war monument in front of the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 4 New Street, St. George. Fort Hill Cannons are designated a Local Histo... Read More

Robert Foulis

Robert Foulis was a Canadian inventor, civil engineer and artist noted for his invention of the steam-powered foghorn. Foulis was born May 5, 1796 in Glasgow, Scotland. In 1817 his first wife Eli... Read More

Alden Nowlan

Born in Windsor, Nova Scotia, journalist, novelist, playwright, and—above all—poet, Alden A. Nowlan (25 January 1933 – 27 June 1983) was one of Canada’s leading literary figures. American poet... Read More

Winnifred Blair

Miss Canada was a beauty pageant for young women in Canada. It was founded in Hamilton in 1945. Winnifred Blair of Saint John, was proclaimed the first Miss Canada on 11 February 1923 at an earlier, u... Read More

Susan Butler

Daughter of Cecilia Marie Mills of Tracadie and Charles Michael Butler, Susan Butler was brought up in rural Miramichi on the Chaplin Island Road. “A friend of the family had visited a place called ... Read More