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A sportsman and two Mi'kmaq guides on the Restigouche River the British, Canadian and, especially, the American sportsmen were generally welcomed to the rivers of New Brunswick by the government and the local population. They brought money and employment to regions of the province sorely in need of both and were willing to pay top dollar for grants of land with fishing rights.

On Saturday September 8, join University of Guelph students and others from the University community in a World Record Event to Fight Hunger. Our goal is to beat last year’s world record and pack 200,000 meals in one hour for areas in need. Time: 1:00 pm- 2pm (registration opens at 12:00 pm) Location: Johnston Green (corner of Gordon St. and College Ave.) Rain Location: Field House

About Thank A Soldier Please check out the associated website: http://www.thankasoldier.net Blog Page : http://tasmonthly.blogspot.com/2011/12/thank-soldier-new-direction.html Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thankasoldier Email : info@thankasoldier.net Canadian, American, British, Australian and all soldiers who are members of the Coalition efforts, we just want to say thank you! 2. Our thoughts go out to those who have lost loved ones who served and made the ultimate…