If Shediac is considered as one of the most important Acadian regions, it is , in large part, thanks to the many builders who truly believed in the area. History shows us that during the 17th and 18th... Read More


The Town of Sussex straddles the Kennebecasis River, 70 km (43 mi) northeast of Saint John. It was originally settled by United Empire Loyalists moving up the St. John River Valley. The Town was named... Read More


John Murray Bliss, lawyer, militia officer, office holder, politician, colonial administrator, and judge was born 22 Feb. 1771 in Massachusetts, the only child of Daniel Bliss and ... Read More

Fort Tipperary

In 1812 – 1813 the threat of war with the United States caused three blockhouses and a garrison in which to quarter soldiers to be erected in the Town of St. Andrews. The garrison, called Fort T... Read More