Well, the NB provincial budget was released today [http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/finance/budget/2016-2017/budget.html] . As I did last year [https://danbscott.ghost.io/nb-budget-2015-by-the-numbers/], I wanted to show the actual numbers in a way that makes sense, with minimal commentary. Sources * This CTV
Last weekend, I went up to Doaktown and Boistown for part of a day, to see some things along the Southwest Miramichi River [https://danbscott.ghost.io/map-of-new-brunswick-watersheds/]. The places I went were: 1. Doaktown old train bridge 2. Priceville suspension bridge 3. Atlantic Salmon Museum 4. Central NB Woodsmen&
Last weekend was New Brunswick Day. To celebrate, I enjoyed some outdoor activities around the province that I decided to share in this post. Oromocto River I went kayaking on the Oromocto River with some friends last weekend. One of my friends rented a kayak from Eco-Logical Adventures [http://ecologicaladventures.
This weekend, I went to a couple of art galleries in Fredericton to see their current exhibits. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery [http://beaverbrookartgallery.org/en/] was presenting the "Masterworks" from their permanent collection and Gallery 78 [http://www.gallery78.com/gallery.htm] was presenting "L'Expérience
A while ago I came across this map [http://whackdata.tumblr.com/post/69019510879/mapping-new-brunswick-with-only-buildings] that I wanted to share. The guy who made it used freely-available (Yay for open data!) geo-referenced data for every building in New Brunswick. As he points out, even though only buildings are shown, the
In the introduction to Timothy Frink's book on New Brunswick history (which I reviewed earlier) [https://danbscott.ghost.io/a-quick-overview-of-new-brunswick-history/], I read that there were very few roads at the beginning of European settlement because it was so easy to get around the province by canoe. He claimed