There is a sad reality playing out on Canadian borders as we speak. In a country where we have always been able to cross our inter-provincial borders without any questions all of a sudden, we are limited to doing so. It is sad for many reasons. Sad because the COVID-19 pandemic has been so impactful
On Friday, February 21st, a protest was planned in the Caledonia Industrial Park in Moncton, New Brunswick. As part of Reuter’s coverage on the Wet’suwet’en support, I was assigned to cover the protests taking place. Here are some of the photos taken of the event. Here is some additional coverage from Reuters.
Christmas is an absolutely magical time of the year. I completely love Christmas. The picking out a tree, putting it up, the wreath’s, Santa Claus, the community spirit, the surprises, and all the smiles. On my most recent trip to New Brunswick working on my new book, I ended up snapping some Christmas photos of
This lovely girl is Caroline Asimakos. She’s 18 years old and has been athletic all her life. She’s currently studying at the University of New Brunswick. She started vaping 3 years ago. When she coughs, if she doesn’t cough up blood (graphic), she coughs up white stuff that is covering her lungs. After visiting the Emergency
Yesterday while answering emails, I stumbled about Fredericton’s tent city. It was heartbreaking. It was rough to see, people without a place to live, for whatever reasons. People from different backgrounds were here. People down on their luck. Then out of nowhere. A gem showed up. This lady comes and collects bottles from people living