• Resilience in Action: Eddy Group Rebuilds After Historic Fire

    Resilience in Action: Eddy Group Rebuilds After Historic Fire


  • Ten Years Of Hidden Treasures 

    Ten Years Of Hidden Treasures 

    How Curtis and Yaima Run A Shop That Promises To Help You Find Exactly What You’re Looking For  I arrived at King’s Hidden Gems on a rainy Thursday to speak with Curtis Daigle and Yaima Molina. The store contained antiques and furniture from end to end, which is something Curtis prides himself on. “We make…


  • The Whole Picture Of Yoga

    The Whole Picture Of Yoga

    How an intense period of anxiety and depression helped carve Amanda Chisholm’s path  Born and raised in Bathurst, Amanda Chilsholm graduated from Bathurst High School 20 years ago. Like many, she left her hometown after high school to pursue higher education. Amanda attended St Mary’s University in Halifax, where she graduated with a Bachelor of…


  • Tanks, Lead Free Solutions, And The Mining Industry 

    Tanks, Lead Free Solutions, And The Mining Industry 

    The Story of Industrial Rubber Inc, and Barry Kyle’s legacy of Innovation From building tanks to supplying the mining industry and creating lead-free bullets, Barry Kyle has been an innovative force in Bathurst since joining Industrial Rubber Inc, in 1978. Barry was born the son of a miner who bounced around from Quebec to Ontario,…


  • a little step but a big step

    a little step but a big step

    A small yarn shop with a big personality  In a cozy home down a long stretch of driveway in Salmon Beach, you’ll find The Shorn Ewe Yarn Shop and its proprietor, Shirley McIntyre. The shop is small and quaint, but features shelves of organized yarn, magazines, hooks and more. It’s also the place to be…


  • Brought Me So Much Peace

    Brought Me So Much Peace

    Carole’s journey of self healing and helping others with the aid of horses Carole Johnson had no intention of purchasing a farm when she visited one on St Anne, looking to buy a feeder for her horses. But as she crossed the gate and walked around, she couldn’t believe the energy that the farm had…


  • This is part of my therapy for ptsd

    This is part of my therapy for ptsd

    How Derek Miller Is Giving Back To His Fellow Veterans Derek Miller left Bathurst in 1988 for the army and retired in 2011. Throughout his nearly 23 years of military service, Derek spent six months in Golan Heights, which he refers to as a “No-man’s-land” between Israel and Syria, six months in Bosnia as a…


  • Everything Happens For A Reason 

    Everything Happens For A Reason 

    How A Frightening Accident Brought A Young Entrepreneur To The Bathurst Region  “Everything happens for a reason,” says Carter Bailey when detailing the moment a drunk driver struck his vehicle. The accident left him with severe injuries that required months of rehabilitation. Carter, a fifth generation logger from the Miramichi area, took this time to…


  • Helping To Feed Over 900 Orphans

    Helping To Feed Over 900 Orphans

    The amazing story of the Tin House Emporium and its mission to help those in need Tara Steeves and her husband moved to Bathurst two years ago, and her business, the Tin House Emporium, is celebrating its one-year anniversary.  When I went downtown to speak to Tara about her consignment shop filled with used clothing,…