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Cozy Up at the Purrfect Cup

Lovers of cats and literature enjoyed a cozy Saturday afternoon at Fredericton’s cat café with warm drinks, purring cats, and a whimsical reading by Amber McMillan from her latest book, The Running Trees.  

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Moments of Perception

Join the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre and Goose Lane Editions for the virtual launch of Moments of Perception: a landmark book offering a fresh perspective on the ever-evolving history of Canada’s experimental film and moving image media arts.

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Signing Up to Serve

An excerpt from Asleep in the Deep.

“In telling Anna’s story, the service and sacrifice of a young New Brunswick nurse, I hope to make the events of a war fought over a hundred years ago more understandable. And, in the retelling, let us remember and appreciate the contribution that Anna and those like her made to Canada’s war effort. Lest we forget.” — Dianne Kelly, Asleep in the Deep

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The Nursing Sisters of the Great War

Women have taken on many roles during wartime, from filling the gap in the workforce when men left to fight in the Second World War, to serving as nurses, and eventually becoming part of the infantry — Private Heather Erxleben became Canada's first female infantry soldier in 1989. This November, as we turn our thoughts to those who were loved and lost at war, let us remember our soldiers and also our nurses. Nurses like Anna Stamers and Agnes Warner, who fought to save lives inside hospital tents. They all deserve to be remembered.

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Books as Halloween Costumes

Scrounging for a Halloween costume? Well, here’s what we think a few of our books would dress up as — if they had the chance.

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