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Kristin Williams

Our idea of what constitutes social good has advanced with the procession of the ages, from those desperate times when just to keep body and soul together was an achievement, to the great present when “good” includes an agreeable, stable civilization accessible to all, the opportunity of each to develop his [and her] particular genius and the privilege of mutual usefulness (Frances Perkins, US Secretary of Labor, 1933-1945).

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Emily Forestell

I do work every day that I love, which enables me to live in a beautiful province and maintain a strong quality of life, and gives me the freedom to travel and see my friends and family (who left the province) a few times a year and I have what I truly believe to be the most stellar job opportunities because I live in New Brunswick

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