Entries by NBSCA

A Snowy March Journey for Love

When the first British marriage took place in the Campbellton, New Brunswick area in 1790, there were no roads. Early settlers used rivers or walked along the beaches to get from one settlement to another. In winter they travelled on ice or snowshoes, using dog sleds to carry their supplies. This was the situation when […]

Robbie Burns Day – What’s All The Fuss About?

He was a terrible farmer, a poor office clerk, but some say he is the world’s best poet, and a man who has us all talking in a Scottish brogue… But why is he so famous? Why is he so much a part of who we are? Burns’ rise to fame began in 1786 when, […]

New Website! More news later.

We have just launched our new website. For now, that is the only news we have! But this is where we will be posting news and articles that are relevant to the Scottish community and culture in New Brunswick. Stay tuned for more.