Wild Wonder Sackville: An exciting new nature-based, forest school-inspired program based in Sackville!

Have you heard of Wild Wonder Sackville? This is a recently launched nature-based forest school right here in Sackville, N.B.! According to Wild Wonder's website "forest school is an immersive experience: children spend their time outdoors learning directly in and from their natural surroundings through play and exploration. Experiences are child-centred, emergent and inquiry-based, with … Continue reading Wild Wonder Sackville: An exciting new nature-based, forest school-inspired program based in Sackville!

The Outdoor Retail Oligopolies: The outdoor industry has an environmental image problem

An oligopoly is an industry dominated by small number of key players. As you can imagine this can result in all sorts of collusion and reduces competition. Text book oligopolies are Ford, GMC and Chrysler or Coca Cola and Pepsi. Canadians would immediately recognize the big 3 cell service providers, Bell, Telus and Rogers. Consumers … Continue reading The Outdoor Retail Oligopolies: The outdoor industry has an environmental image problem

Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe’s New Show

Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe's New Show Tintamarre, Mount Allison University's bilingual theatre troupe, recently staged their activist collaborative comedy VILLAGES on the Windsor Theatre Out of the Box stage. Throughout the play's creation, community concerns in the Tantramar area were at the forefront of discussions. "The play really … Continue reading Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe’s New Show

SappyFest Partners with RCE Tantramar to “Green” Waste Management at Music Festival – Second Year in a Row!

Please follow the link below to the Sackville Tribune Post's article about RCE Tantramar's involvement in SappyFest 2013!  For the second year in a row, RCE Tantramar will work with the local music festival to ensure that waste is properly disposed according to Westmorland Albert Solid Waste Corporation's wet/dry sorting program. http://www.sackvilletribunepost.com/Living/2013-06-25/article-3292351/SappyFest-organizers-estimating-2%2C000-visitors-for-upcoming-festival/1