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Published June 2016
Here in New Brunswick, we’re blessed with fresh seafood, the warmest salt water in Canada, the world’s highest tides, Acadian culture, untouched nature, musical talent, and countless hidden gems throughout the province… but what’s happiness if it’s not shared? So we called some friends and headed west.
Grand Manan Island (Photo: Dennis Minty)
We wanted to bring everything New Brunswick has to offer to Toronto, so we pulled out all the stops. While a group of travellers came together for what they thought was a run-of-the-mill focus group, we had something different in mind…
Toronto’s Dominion Pub & Kitchen was up for the challenge and planned a tasty, East Coast-inspired menu, local talent – singer-songwriter Matt Andersen and entertainer Marshall Button – brought the house down, and New Brunswick expats welcomed our guests as the surprise unfolded.
But we didn’t stop there. We had so much fun with our guests, we invited them back to our place. That’s right - free flights to Fredericton so they can really experience what New Brunswick is all about.
The reaction? Well, you could say everyone was pretty happy.
New friendships were formed and travel plans were hatched. We’re excited to host our guests for the next round. We have a funny feeling we’ll be hearing about their adventures soon…
Stay tuned. You never know when or where our next pop-up will be.
UPDATE: Read all about Liora and Daniel Tal’s surprise adventure in New Brunswick.