YOU NEVER know where you’ll find an enclave of Vancouver Canucks fans.
The McDougall family is one such example.
Once residents of Terrace who left when the forest industry went into recession, the McDougalls now live in Little Shemogue, New Brunswick.
It means having to stay up late at night to keep track of games happening on the west coast.
And it also means maintaining a collection of Canuck products.
The collection includes Canuck lights which were turned on by five-year-old daughter Amber for Game 7 against the Chicago Blackhawks.
“I think we’ll make sure we keep Amber doing that!” says mother Peggy.
The McDougalls manage Thulium Farm, a diversified 5500 acre Farm consisting of both industrial and agricultural / forestry activities.