Events

  • Relief Care for families with a child on the Autism Spectrum Disorder

    The mission is to provide relief and support services to families with a child on the Autism Spectrum Disorder by providing relief service at home by the Psychosocial Interventionist from Mind at Peace Center. This service will allow parents to take time for themselves knowing that their child is in good hands while they are away. Services can be offered either during the day, a few evenings and sometimes on weekends. For more information, please contact Mind at Peace Center 506-252-2976 or mpclme@gmail.com / Service de relève pour famille ayant un enfant présentant un trouble du spectre de l'autisme. La mission est d’offrir un service de relève et de support aux familles ayant un enfant présentant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme en offrant un service de relève à la maison par l’intervenante psychosociale du Centre de Mieux-Être. Ce service vous permettra de prendre du temps pour vous tout en sachant que votre enfant est en bonne main pendant votre absence. Les services peuvent être offerts soit le jour, quelques soirs et parfois les fin de semaines. Pour plus d’information, SVP contactez le Centre Mieux-Être 506-252-2976 ou mpclme@gmail.com
  • Fields To Forks

    Join CTV, and our agricultural partners, as we present a series that focuses on the Maritime farming industry.
  • September 2020 World Travel Draw Winners

    Prize Winners 1st Prize Trip to Las Vegas: Alison Smith, 2nd Prize $500 Cash: Carmel Hickey, 3rd Prize $244 Cash: Ralph Duguay, 4th Prize $125 gift certificate from Captain's Cabin/Fashion Deck: Patrice Godin & Charlene McCaffrey, 5th Prize $100 gift certificate from Cast & Crew: Clarence Bastarache, 6th Prize $100 gift certificate from Atlantic Host: Dale Branch, 7th Prize $100 gift certificate from Nectar: Francis & Brenda Pitre, 8th Prize $100 gift certificate from Népisiguit River Company: Jean Fontaine, 9th Prize $100 gift certificate from North Shore Laundry: Terrance Spence, 10th Prize $50 gift certificate from Tower's Jewellers: Hazen Peters & Monica Doucet, 11th Prize $50 gift certificate from Chicken King & Chinese Palace: Dr. Goulard, 12th Prize $50 gift certificate from Catherine & Company: Michelle Hache
  • Run for Women

    On September 17-27, join thousands walking and running for women’s mental health in the first-ever Virtual Run for Women brought to you by the LOVE YOU by Shoppers Drug Mart Program. 
  • Atlantic Open Farm Day

    Curious where your food comes from and what life is like on a farm? Get a virtual backstage pass on Sunday, September 20th during the 20th anniversary of Atlantic Open Farm Day! Participating farms across Atlantic Canada are hosting virtual tours today, giving you a chance to meet the farmers that feed our communities! Did you know that about 97 percent of Canadian farms are family-owned and operated? Support local businesses by buying local and supporting your farmers
  • Canadian Blood Services

    Donate Blood in honour of 2 year old Mavrik from Monday, September 21st until Wednesday, September 23rd, at the K. C. Irving Centre, Sean Couturier Avenue. Monday hours are 4:30PM-8:30PM. Tuesday and Wednesday hours are from 12PM-3PM and 4:30PM-7:30PM. Mavrik has XLA which requires weekly life-saving treatments from generous blood and plasma donors. Please donate in honour of Mavrik this week in Bathurst. Due to covid-19 restrictions, appointments are required. Please visit blood.ca, or download the GiveBlood app
  • Rib Fest

    The Rotary Club of Bathurst will be hosting a drive through RibFest on the 25th, 26th and 27th of September 2020. They will have two ribbers this year: Texas Rangers and Crabby BBQ Shack. Open from 11AM-8PM on 25 and 26 September, and from 11AM-6PM on 27 September. COVID 19 measures will be in place to protect your, and their, health. Vehicles will need to depart the parking lot immediately after purchases are made. The location for the Ribfest will be as in previous years, the parking lot between Harbourview Boulevard and Cunard St, Bathurst. Menus for both ribbers are included with this post. It is suggested you decide what you wish to order beforehand. The ribbers will be accepting cash, debit and credit cards. All prices include taxes. As the ribbers are not selling pop or water, Rotarians will be selling these at $2 each. CASH ONLY. Please have your toonies or correct change available so that they can expedite the traffic flow and reduce currency handling. A traffic flow map will be added shortly. The Rotary Club of Bathurst wishes to extend a big thank our sponsors from previous years. Our success would not have been possible without your support
  • Lymphedema Association of New Brunswick virtual race

    Lymphedema Association of New Brunswick virtual race October 2nd – October 4th. to fundraise and raise awareness of the condition. Medals and prizes to be won. Register online through the Running Room https://www.events.runningroom.com/site/17129/walk-to-empower-marche-pour-autonomiser/?lang=2&raceId=17129&raceId=17129
  • Acadie-Bathurst Titan Game schedule

    Prepare to defend the bay! Come on out for the 2020 – 2021 season and show your support for our Acadie-Bathurst Titan! Due to COVID-19, the TITAN are doing things a bit differently this season. Seating capacity has been reduced to 30 percent, social bubbles will be implemented and only season tickets will be sold no single-game tickets, or flex packs. Call 549-3200, or visit the K. C. Irving box office to claim your seat! On Saturday, October 2 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint-John at 7PM/ on Sunday, October 11 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 3PM/ on Friday, October 16 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape-Breton at 7PM/ on Saturday, October 17 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape-Breton at 4PM/ on Friday, October 30 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 7PM/ on Saturday, October 31 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 4PM/ on Friday, November 13 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 7PM/ on Sunday, November 22 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint-John at 3PM/ on Sunday, November 29 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 3PM/ on Friday, December 4 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape Breton at 7PM/ on Saturday, December 5 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape Breton at 4PM/ on Friday, December 11 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 7PM/ on Monday, December 28 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 7PM/ on Thursday, December 31 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 2PM/ on Wednesday, January 6 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 7PM/ on Friday, January 8 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape Breton at 7PM/ on Saturday, January 9 at the K. C. Irving center against Cape Breton at 4PM/ on Saturday, January 16 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 4PM/ on Wednesday, January 20 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint John at 7PM/ on Friday, January 29 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 7PM/ on Sunday, January 31 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 3PM/ on Friday, February 5 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint John at 7PM/ on Friday, February 12 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 7PM/ on Friday, February 19 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint John at 7PM/ on Friday, March 5 at the K. C. Irving center against Halifax at 7PM/ on Sunday, March 7 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 3PM/ on Sunday, March 14 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 3PM/ on Friday, March 26 at the K. C. Irving center against Moncton at 7PM/ on Sunday, March 28 at the K. C. Irving center against Charlottetown at 3PM/ on Wednesday, March 31 at the K. C. Irving center against Saint John at 7PM