Nestled in the heart of the city of Dieppe, you’ll find Notre-Dame Estates. This prestigious development is in a prime location with close proximity to local amenities, schools, Rotary St-Anselme Park, Arthur J. LeBlanc Centre (Arena) and the Dieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre. Notre-Dame Estates is an outstanding family community to call home.
• Wooded lots available
• Restrictive covenants to protect your investment
• Prime court lots available
• Fox Creek Golf Course nearby
• 3 acres of natural park
Kindergarten to Grade 5: Lou MacNarin
Grades 6 to Grade 8: Lewisville Middle School
Grades 8 through 12: Moncton High School
M – 5e année : École Anna-Malenfant
6e – 8e année : École Carrefour de l’Acadie
9e – 12e année : École Mathieu Martin
Single Family Lots ranging between $59,900 and $84,900
To book a Discovery Session and start planning your new home in Notre-Dame Estates, call Pierre today at (506) 871-5237 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Daniel Cormier–Martell Home Builder’s youngest team member! Dan started working for Martell after he graduated from a Civil Engineering/ Project Management program at NBCC Moncton about three years ago.
At 23, Dan is our Construction Project Manager, which means he looks after job quality, scheduling subtractors and suppliers. He also tracks and makes sure that upgrades and change orders are done. Dan’s love for the challenge of meeting deadlines has been key to keeping our perfect record of never missing a closing date!
Dan, Jenica, and their 6 month old puppy Mya moved into their custom Martell Home last summer. Dan really likes his new kitchen with a tile back splash and custom lights. As a country music lover from St.Antoine, it makes perfect sense that he went for a cozy, country feel by choosing darker wood and different shades of brown.
This adventurous guy likes to go to Country Music shows, play pickup hockey, go to the movies, and the Pumphouse in the winter, but would rather take his Jeep Wrangler to Parlee in the Summertime.
Dan is a highly motivated person and would rather save up to check off things on his bucket list than do a lot of smaller things. So far he’s had the chance to skydive at Skydive Moncton, take a trip to Vegas where he got to drive a Lamborghini on a race track and fire his first shot. Dan also had a chance to go shark fishing in Halifax last summer! His list is much longer, but I’ve got a feeling he’ll be checking off plenty of things!
A few more fun facts about Dan:
Q. Are you a dog lover?
A. Yes! My girlfriend and I volunteer at the SPCA for fun. We get to play with the dogs, take them for walks, etc. I had a shih tzu growing up and have always loved dogs.
Q. What’s your morning routine?
A. I get up, shower and all that stuff, make a stop at Tim’s and then go non-stop for the rest of the day!
Q. What’s the next thing on your bucket list?
A. I want to fly in a jet–not fly it. I want to live through it!
Q. What’s the last good movie you saw?
A. A Good Day to Diehard
Q. Favourite supper?
A. Salmon. I like it grilled with Lemon Pepper, but if I’m at the Pumphouse I get the Pub Burger with Blueberry Ale.
Q. Where do you shop the most?
A. Kent. That’s really the only place I shop.
Q. Have you been to many Country concerts?
A. Yea, I’ve been to lots in the East Coast. I used to always go to the Festival of Lights, but I’ve also seen Brad Paisley, Tracy Lawerence, and Tim McGraw.
Get out your red and white because this Sunday we’ll be celebrating Canada Day. That’s right, folks. We may not be as zealously patriotic as our neighbors to the south but we do know how to party when the time comes. Whether you’re just having a BBQ at your house with some friends, enjoying a day at the beach, or checking out some of the local festivities, Canada Day is about enjoying the freedom and lifestyle that we are so lucky to have in this great country. Here are some events for the whole family that you can check out this Sunday July 1st:
9am – Silly Hat Parade – Join the “Riverview Striders” at 9am at the Riverfront gazebo for a “Silly Hat Parade”. Prize for best hat.
10:30 a.m – Canada Day “In Motion” Bike Ride presented by the City’s Parks and Leisure Department (Riverfront Park – meet at Millenium Garden behind Moncton Press Club)
12 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Kids’ PlayZone featuring bouncy games, facepainting, airbrush tattoos, and more (Riverfront Park)
12 p.m. to 4 p.m. – Canada-themed Archaeological Dig for kids presented by the Moncton Museum (Riverfront Park) Pre-registration required: 857-0590.
1:00pm– National Anthem: Lauren Barnes singing “Oh Canada” – Riverview
4:15pm -5:15pm – Music : Celtic Artist Shannon Quinn – Riverview
5 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. – Canada Day Concert on the Whoa Canada! Main Stage (Main Street) featuring: Vishtèn, Melanie Morgan, Jean-François Breau et Marie-Ève Janvier and Down With Webster
6 p.m – Cake Cutting, flag-raising, national anthem, concert and games for children – Place 1604, Dieppe.
10 p.m. — Tri-county Canada Day Fireworks – along the Pedicodiac River
What will you be doing this Canada Day?