Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living - Latest Multimedia Culture, Tourism and Healthy Living - Latest Multimedia Three new curators to work with Beaverbrook Art Gallery Three new curators have been selected by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to help in preparations for, and the celebration of, the 50th anniversary of the New Brunswick Art Bank. From left: Emma Hassencahl-Perley of Tobique First Nation, Emilie Grace Lavoie of Moncton and Erin Goodine of Fredericton were selected as emerging artists who represent the francophone, anglophone and First Nations communities. 2018081600:00:00 International Appalachian Trail at Mount Carleton recognized as Signature Trail The International Appalachian Trail at Mount Carleton has been added to the list of 11 Signature Trails highlighted in the recently announced Trails Action Plan. From left: Coun. Martine Côté, Town of Saint-Quentin; Jocelyne Querry-Bossé, Saint Quentin deputy mayor; Labour, Employment and Population Growth Minister Gilles LePage; Marie-Josée Valcourt, acting director, Mount Carleton Provincial Park; and New Brunswick Trails Council president Jim Fournier. 2018080800:00:00 New residence to be built at Kings Landing The provincial government is investing $300,000 into a new residence facility at Kings Landing for the 2019 Tourism Season. 2018072700:00:00 Support for éMOTions literary programming The provincial government, through the New Brunswick Book Policy, is investing in éMOTions, a literary promotion activity of the Société culturelle Sud-Acadie. From left: Shediac councillor Raymond Cormier; Cap-Pelé councillor Yvonne LeBlanc; Danielle Loranger, author of books for young people; Herménégilde Chiasson, author and member of the society’s board of directors; David Skyrie, poet and member of a group of writers called the Breach House Gang; Nathalie LeBlanc, president of the society; Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pelé MLA Victor Boudreau; Eliza LeBlanc, deputy mayor of Cap-Pelé; and Shediac Mayor Jacques LeBlanc. 2018071200:00:00 2018081600:00:00