Aiming to bring art and community together, Fredericton’s beloved Beaverbrook Art Gallery has unveiled its new expansion. The dazzling 9,000-square-foot Harrison McCain Pavilion by KPMB Architects completes the gallery’s three-phase expansion across from the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick. The elegant façade of precast concrete and glass allows passersby to peek inside at the local works of art and the new public spaces.
Edmundston, New Brunswick, used to be known as Petit-Sault (Little Falls) because of its location near the rapids where the Madawaska River flows into the Saint John River. It has long been an important bootlegging hub, and its history is rooted in the people who manufacture alcoholic beverages—both past and present.
New Brunswick’s capital city of Fredericton blends culture, nature, history, culinary delights, festivals, markets, art galleries, and a craft brew scene. And because of its small footprint, everything is nearby, whether you walk, bike, or hike during your explorations.
It’s no coincidence that so many ghost stories and hauntings take place in hotels—but one Canadian hotel in particular stands out as the ultimate haunted spot.
Canada is known for its many natural wonders, yes—but beaches?