There’s so much happening in our little corner of Canada this weekend.
You might say that in New Brunswick we are being emancipated from the emergency restrictions put in place to combat COVID. Starting yesterday, the province that cut off non-essential travel not just with Maine but also with all provinces west of here way back in March of last year, is now fully open to Canadians from across the country, with no border checks, registration requirements, or COVID tests. Yikes, that will be a bit unnerving. Masking and social distancing will now be up to individual establishments and individuals to determine. That will take some figuring out. One day in, most people are wearing their masks in most indoor places. Personally, I hope it stays that way.
Tomorrow is New Brunswick Day, a statutory provincial holiday when we all get a summer day off to appreciate how lucky we…
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