River Rising/ Stairwells with a Difference/ Phone In: decorating ideas
River Rising: Many of you are still picking up the pieces, or trying to dry out following a windy and wet start to the week. Karl Wilmot is the Riverwatch Coordinator at New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization. He explained why the Riverwatch line wasn't working yesterday.
Stairwells With a Difference: What comes to mind when you think about stairwells in office buildings or apartments: ugly, possibly dirty, and often hard to find? A class at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design wants to change the way we think about stairwells - and certainly how they are designed. They have partnered with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to come up with new ideas for stairs worth walking up and down. Nadine Purdy is a fourth year student at NSCCAD, and Fran Dunn is physical activity specialist at the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Christmas Lights in Sitansisk: Residents of the St. Mary's First Nation in Fredericton go to extraordinary lengths to decorate their properties. Jon Collicott captured the over-the-top display of Christmas cheer and the community's gift of light in a documentary called "Sitansisk."
All That Glitters: Neville MacKay of My Mother's Bloomers, and Pam Goold of Goold's Flowers in Sussex answered all your questions about decorating for the holidays.
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