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The July 26 – Aug. 15, 2021, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

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• Kraft introduces mac and cheese ice cream. Brings back cotton candy mac and cheese, too!
• TikTok increases video length to three minutes
• Home delivery scams growing more sophisticated
• Apple introduces universal gift cards in Canada
• Indigenous-owned business stops accepting Sir John A. Macdonald $10 bills in protest
• Why don’t the number of packaged wieners match the number of packaged buns?
• Community calendar
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The July 12-25, 2021, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

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• Remember to protect your private security cameras’ passwords!
• Gum sales soar as masks come off
• Canadian distiller in trouble with Scottish whisky godfathers
• Low ratings? Nope, this TV show was suspended for an “explosive” reason.
• Christmas comes in July with new holiday Hallmark movies
• What’s it like being an Indigenous Roman Catholic priest during these troubling times in Canada?
• Couple hires security after planting much sought-after mangoes
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MH Renaissance Inc. releases virtual reality video of proposed new Moncton Public Library

NEWS RELEASE

December 20, 2016
For immediate release

MH Renaissance Inc. releases virtual reality video of proposed new Moncton Public Library

MONCTON, N.B. – MH Renaissance Inc., the community based non-profit company working for the past two-and-a-half years to revitalize the former Moncton High School through the MH35 project, has a released a new video showing a virtual reality tour of the proposed new Moncton Public Library at the historic structure.

“After our community presentations in June, there were a number of community leaders, citizens, alumni as well as the Moncton Public Library Board through city staff, who brought forth valuable suggestions which we thought would be appropriate to incorporate into the proposed design,” said Dennis Cochrane, President of MH Renaissance Inc. “These suggestions were forwarded to our architectural design consultants in preparation of this beautiful new video.”

“This inspirational new video clearly indicates what’s possible within this building with thought, architectural planning and a professional project team,” Mr. Cochrane said.

MH Renaissance Inc. once again urges Moncton City Council to support this community endeavour. The group believes that a truly unique library can be created which will see diverse programming, an integration with other arts-related tenants within MH 35 coupled with the endless possibilities of utilizing the adjoining auditorium with its acclaimed excellent acoustics.

“This is truly a unique opportunity for our community,” Mr. Cochrane said. “We look forward to getting a formal go-ahead for our project very early in 2017.”

The video may be viewed on the MH35 website at mh35.ca, on their Facebook page at facebook.com/mh35moncton or on YouTube at bit.ly/mh35video.

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