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Pregnant? Bottle-feeding or nursing? Teething baby? This giveaway is for you! Shop products made by local NB Moms for Moms, and DEFINITELY enter to win this amazing prize pack. This Mother’s Day, support small, support local, and maybe win something too. Bonus: anyone can enter!
This is a really special edition of the Ms New Brunswick series. Courtney Glazier doesn't have her own business, but she is volunteering her time to an important cause that helps families cope when dealing with childhood illness. She has agreed to help organize and be a Family Ambassador for Saint John's first ever PJ Walk in support of the Ronald McDonald House in Halifax.
This week's Ms New Brunswick is Kristianne Levesque, the owner and creator of Bite the Bullet, jewelry made entirely by hand from recycled bullet casings. Kristianne is a metalsmith by trade
This week's Ms New Brunswick is Sara Caines, who operates her own restaurant with a very minimal staff out of a restored train car in Florenceville-Bristol. She has been in business a long time by many restaurant standards
Cary Beaumont and Jenna Morton are the women behind Grapevine Events, the traveling pop-up consignment sale. They're friends that decided to start a business that allowed communities to come together and swap much needed items for themselves and their kids.
...Christine now owns and operates Storeytown Cottages in Doaktown, NB with her husband Jeremie. It is a favorite for families, couples and nature enthusiasts looking to spend some quality time outdoors exploring
Amy & Alyson are sisters who co-own Legacy Lane Fiber Mill in Sussex. They are the only female-run mill in the Province, since milling is typically a male-dominated industry. The two are a seemingly perfect match for this industry
Julie Baglole Keenan is this week's Ms New Brunswick. She owns and runs the Apple Tree Market, a small grocery shop in Gagetown that focuses on local, natural and organic foods and dry goods.
speaking with the next Ms New Brunswick was definitely an eye-opener. Tiffany Ingalls hails from the island, where she offers prenatal and postnatal doula services, in addition to running her shop, Evie Jane Boutique
Natalie Sappier-Samaqani Cocahq (The Water Spirit) is Ms New Brunswick this week. She is a Wolastoqiyik Indigenous multidisciplinary artist from Tobique First Nation
The first pair to be featured on the Ms New Brunswick series are the women behind Person Centred Universe. Meet Ashley King & Daphne Noonan, whose work in long-term healthcare led them to consider that there was a piece missing for people looking to take care of loved ones with dementia.
April MacKinnon, the owner behind the skincare company Anointment, is next in the Ms New Brunswick series. Anointment’s products are stand alone impressive, but so too is April’s understanding and compassion for her employees and their families.
Keshia Matthews is the next woman in the Ms New Brunswick series. Read about the series and how it started here. Keshia is the woman behind the pop-up maternity and nursing wear shop called Modern Maternity Boutique.
Part of the thing that really impressed and intrigued me about Laura's story is how her desire to move home informed her business decisions. It is hard for many people in our province to find jobs at home in their respective fields, and Laura and her husband are no exception.
I first heard about Manon when a friend sent me a news article about her store, Terraterre, the very first zero-waste grocery store in Atlantic Canada. Located in Edmundston, Manon Whittom is the woman behind the concept and immediately I was intrigued.
I met Chavah at Second Cup in uptown Saint John for our chat, and was delighted when she brought her three year old daughter. That is such a familiar thing to me. I bring my kids everywhere with me, which of course means we hardly go anywhere.
For my first post in the Ms New Brunswick series, I want to introduce you to this fearless girl. If young women in our province feel supported and empowered enough to take on projects like these, then we are doing something good here. Let's keep it going. Please meet Avery.
Lately I've been thinking a lot about women.
This started introspectively, as I grappled with my own worth regarding my decision to stay home with my kids.
I have been so curious about meal subscription services lately. Doesn't that seem convenient? To see a box of groceries arrive at your door, with everything you need to make a unique and delicious meal?!
I started this post a month ago, so that should give you some insight into how I am handling the holidays this year.
Every season brings something new, and as we enter into a new one I can already feel myself longing for the one that just passed. Time is so cruel that way. We get used to our routines, and then they all of a sudden change