For 10 years, the dozen or so women who belong to Heart in Hands in Sackville have been knitting and crocheting shawls for people experiencing hard times.
Lalia Halfkenny was the first Black New Brunswick woman to graduate from an institute of higher education in 1889 when few Black Canadians had access to any education at all.
Moncton’s planning advisory committee has given the go-ahead for a 12-storey downtown apartment building, which would be among the city’s tallest buildings.
Somali Yusuf Shire grew up watching his grandparents feed orphans in a Kenyan refugee camp. To follow in their footsteps, Shire works nights and weekends in Fredericton trying to help fellow immigrants from African countries.