The 2018 Miramichi Region Guide is now accessible online; this guide features where to eat, sleep and play while exploring Atlantic Canada’s Great Outdoors!
Follow the links below to see this year’s guide!
The Miramichi River Tourism Association has engaged the Culinary Tourism Alliance to support the development of a Food Tourism Development Plan for the region, due for completion in November 2018. As part of the process we want to hear from business owners and operators in the community because your unique insights and perspectives will helpContinue Reading
The weekend of August 18-20 is jam packed with lots of fun events! You certainly won’t have an “I’m Bored” moment all weekend long! Previously known as the Lumberjack Competition, this year the Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s Museum will be extending the event to a weekend long festival! Saturday watch elite timber athletes competeContinue Reading
To Celebrate Canada 150, Parks Canada are giving away free passes to all National Parks, visit Kouchibouguac National Park ! Cross New Brunswick’s longest suspension bridge – the Priceville footbridge! Visit the naive art’s free exhibit by Paul Ouelllette at Carrefour’s Galerie Artcadienne. Take a stroll around Middle Island Historical Park to learn the historyContinue Reading
Just because we are nearing the end of July doesn’t mean we are nearing the end of summer fun! There is still lots to do and see in Atlantic Canada’s Great Outdoors all throughout the month of August! On August fifth, begin your race around Miramichi for your chance to win $300! Middle Island’s AmazingContinue Reading
June 27 is National Multiculturalism Day. Did you know the Miramichi is a melting pot of over 60 different cultures? On June 27 you can celebrate with the Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association at Waterford Green. At noon enjoy the Cultural Sails Reveal which were specifically designed to highlight Miramichi’s multicultural roots. There will also beContinue Reading
June 27 is National Multiculturalism Day and what better way to celebrate our multiculturalism than with our fantastic food options? Some of these may be well known while others may be hidden gems just waiting for you to discover. Thursday, Friday & Saturday – Catch Sushi Night at Chatter’s Pub & Eatery Another fanContinue Reading
“June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit & Metis peoples” Aboriginal people have inhabited the Miramichi region for over three millennia & have been contributing their unique culture and traditions for time immemorable.Continue Reading
“I got some platforms sitting in the corner.They wanna stroll on a city sidewalk.I got a dress that’ll show a little uh uh but you ain’t gettin’ uh uh if you don’t come pick me up Show me off (wow),You might be tired, but I’m not!I don’t know why you don’t take me down town likeContinue Reading