WhiteFeather Hunter is one of the most interesting people I have ever interviewed. Passionate and driven, this ageless woman is as smart and kind as she is beautiful. Her artistic talents have taken her around the globe, and she credits her deep New Brunswick roots for keeping her grounded as she pushes the boundaries of biological art. I was fortunate to spend two afternoons with her, roaming around her grandparents’ farm on Hunter Hill in Connell, New Brunswick. We talked about life, her art, and how her rural roots inspire her practice. Read about WhiteFeather Hunter in the Fall 2017 issue of agelessNB.
Former New Brunswick Premier David Alward loves his country, and his sports. In Boston, as Canada’s Consul General to New England, he gets to marry both his passions. We profile David Alward and his life in Boston in the Spring 2017 issue of agelessNB.
If you don’t know who these guys and gals are, please take the time to find out. They are beautiful, caring people who make a difference to children who have been abused. I count myself fortunate to have been able to spend time with this group. My hats off to each of them for empowering children.
We’ve had to restock a few locations, and we are swamped with renewals and with gift subscriptions.
I need to thank you, truly, for making our little magazine successful. We have been overwhelmed with the support we’ve received.
I wish you the most wonderful holiday season and a healthy and prosperous new year.
Again, thank you for making 2014 a wonderful year for agelessNB.
agelessNB’s summer issue is focusing on farming. Meet James and Emily Douglass and their darling daughter Scarlett. They are a young farming family trying to balance farm life with family life.
Bobby Hull knows a lot about hockey, but he also knows a lot about cattle. The NHL legend has raised cattle in New Brunswick for more than 30 years. This summer, agelessNB caught up with Hull to talk hockey and Herefords.
A career policeman, paramedic, father and husband, John Foster counts his blessings and opportunities. He credits his good fortune to his ability to embrace every opportunity presented to him and he credits that ability to his brother, Joey.
The youngest of five boys, Joey Foster died in a car crash when he was just 16 years old. His death taught older brother John a lot about life.