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The Anti-Confederate: Albert The Smasher – Part One

In part one,  the political loggerhead between Canada East and West becomes the catalyst for change in the North American British colonies. But Albert J. Smith is looking for an equitable deal for New Brunswick. We’ll tell you how he won the New Brunswick provincial election in 1865 that effectively put Canadian Confederation on hold.

The Anti-Confederate Update

This is a large project. To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, we put the Coffee Cafe on hiatus and decided to produce a modest 3-4 minute animation about New Brunswick’s history around Canadian Confederation. Our plan was to focus on Albert J. Smith who led an anti-confederate government in New Brunswick in 1865, thus […]

Promo Video: Brussels Sprouts For Breakfast

In medieval Belgium, ogres were excellent farmers, and were the first to discover a wild, cabbage-like plant sprouting up on their property. One particular ogre farmed the sprouts and sold them at the human market in Brussels, where they were very popular

PastorKenny: Please Let Me In

About a year ago, Rhonda (my wife), Robyn (my oldest daughter) and I were sitting around a table at Pizza Delight laughing over a book idea we started talking about that day. Rhonda took the idea in her spare time and wrote out the first rough draft for Please Let Me In. I played around [...]


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