Volume 27 Winter 2023
Volume 27 Winter 2023
For this volume of [EDIT], award-winning author Mark Anthony Jarman visited Liverpool, Nova Scotia, to experience one of the most spectacular concrete structure exhibitions in the world — in a garden centre. Chief Patricia Bernard is one of the most important, accomplished and dynamic leaders of our generation and a true trailblazer in so many ways, and James Mullinger spent the day with her at her beautiful camp in Baker-Brook, New Brunswick, surrounded by her gorgeous horses. Mark Leger writes about how one of the greatest Canadian painters painted his wonderful mother, Priscilla.
[EDIT]’s Culture Correspondent Thandiwe McCarthy and photographer and filmmaker Gary Weekes met with Hillary LeBlanc and Clinton Davis, the team behind the BlackLantic podcast. Acadian Culture Editor Alexander Hackett writes about the art of Rémi Belliveau, and Jennifer Wood profiles the unstoppable Emily Rodger. Katelin Dean visits the makers of the best cymbals in the world, used by everyone from Phil Collins to Rush, near Woodstock, New Brunswick. The cover story is about the most exciting new spa in Canada — Oceanstone Seaside Resort’s new hydrothermal experience near Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia.
Plus read all about the fifth annual Rothesay Yule. Laughs and fun were in the air, and $16,465 was raised for the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation’s Transforming Health Care Fund at the University of New Brunswick, which is providing education and professional development opportunities to nurses and students. Our donation to the fund will help retain and attract the health-care leaders our local hospital needs today and in the future. Thank you for supporting.
Also in this issue:
The Art of Fly Fishing in Miramichi by Matt George
Photographs by Mark Hemmings
James Mullinger meets Chief Patricia Bernard
Photographs by Mathieu Savidant
Sculptures In Concrete
by Mark Anthony Jarman
Car of the Year: Mazda CX-90
By James Mullinger
Katelin Dean on SABIAN
The Extraordinary Journey of Emily Rodgers
by Jennifer Wood
Mushing in the Maritimes by Brandon Hicks
Mark Leger on Miller Brittain
What I know by Dan Hendricken
Aileen Meagher – An Illustrated History by Brandon Hicks
All of the essential shows, exhibitions, festivals, events of the season including Matt Andersen’s beloved holiday shows, the Harlem Gospel Choir in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and one of Canada’s top stand up comedians Derek Seguin
The publication is 84 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC-approved uncoated paper in Canada.
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