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Jake Stewart was born and raised in Blackville, New Brunswick.

Showing an appreciation for the political process at an early age, Jake served as Blackville School Student Council Vice President while a member of the 1996 graduating class. He served on the Blackville Municipal Council from 2008 to 2010, when he was sworn in as the first ever Blackville resident to represent Southwest Miramichi in the September 27, 2010 provincial election.

At the Legislative Assembly, he is a member of the Standing Committee on Private Bills and the Standing Committee on Procedure. He has also been appointed by the Minister of Education to sit on the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Positive Learning and Working Environment (Anti Bullying).

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Looking sharp 👍🏼

Great photo Jake !

Could it be crocodile Dundee

Nice picture, out in the wilds at sunset.

Happy picture Jake. Gone fishing !

Nice Picture Jake

Looking good Jake.

Good morning sweety , have a good day

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2 weeks ago

Jake Stewart

This 1946 photo shows a large two-prop plane across from the airport terminal in Chatham. The airport was built in the early 1940s as part of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) station during World War II. In 1990 the Department of National Defence changed the operating role of CFB (Canadian Forces Base) from air to ground support and the operation of the airport was transferred to the Miramichi Airport Commission. (Provincial Archives of N.B.) ... See MoreSee Less

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Because Quebec told the prime minister he was not allowed to close Baggetville so he better close the furthest east base in eastern canada CFB Chatham. Even though it ment planes flying out of Baggetville would have to stop and refuel in Gander before flying intercept missions over the Atlantic. Also the goverment had to lengthen and reinforce the whole of Baggetville runway to accomidate the F16 which we had a runway that was acceptable for them at the time.

I served five years there 1969 -1974. It was a great base.

Careful it could be a Super3 and if so Carl Malard would let you know. I did wool on super 3s and Dc 4s for one summer in 84ish. As well beach 18s. Lots or Radials and lots of breaking but the old girls kept flying.

Superb. Superbe.

A DC 3

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