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the collective name for the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

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Most Maritimers, however, deemed socialism as a foreign idea "from away" and most of the region's clergymen fiercely rejected it.
Beer--the preferred alcoholic beverage in every province--accounts for 51% of men's annual volume, though the annual intake of Maritimers is significantly more (59%) than in any other province except Quebec (53%).
While this is not likely to happen in the near future, it is even less likely that anglophone Maritimers and Newfoundlanders will improve their perception of the Mi'kmaq, given that historically, there has been little cooperation between those cultures.
Maritimers have little knowledge of the dangers involved with shipping of liquefied natural gas, which will be coming our way from countries such as Russia, Algeria, Qatar, and Trinidad.
This session provides an overview from the perspective of truckers, maritimers, airlines, and industry intermediaries.
Were they firstly Nova Scotians, New Brunswickers, Maritimers, Canadians, British colonials, or transplanted Americans?
Saxby might have added to his prediction that the great storm tide destined to immortalize him, especially in the view of many Maritimers, would coincide with the Saros (Desplanque 1974).
Through the social and intellectual pathways cut by this network, with the conspicuous influence of Maritimers, English-speaking Catholics created a counterweight to the francophone dominated Quebec church, perhaps giving body to Bishop John Cameron's quip that Catholics endeavoured to "ride the Dominion horse.
As Maritimers have a reputation for friendliness (which we experienced daily), I was surprised to receive a lukewarm greeting from the ushers, even after I communicated I was a visitor.
Rusty Bitterman's paper on Middle River in Acadiensis (1988), for example, focusses exclusively on a Victoria County community, whereas Gary Burrill's Away: Maritimers in Massachusetts, Ontario and Alberta (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992) concerns the three eastern provinces generally.
In the 1950s and 1960s, many Maritime Baptists went to Gordon College and Gordon Seminary, and by the middle of the 1960s there were more Maritimers preparing for ministry at Gordon than at Acadia.
Burrill, Away: Maritimers in Massachusetts, Ontario and Alberta (Montreal/Kingston 1992).
Maritimers owe less than the average Canadian because of their lower contributions to the federal treasury.
Maritimers are hungry for opera--ONB's audiences loved Figaro.
Maritimers must not stand idly by while decisions are made for them.