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Born in May of 1987, Kyle Good was raised in the small community located in northern New- Brunswick best known as Dalhousie-Junction. His family consists of his parents Kevin and Laurence Good and his younger brother Mathew. In June 2005 Kyle graduated from Dalhousie Regional High School and continued his studies at the Maritime College of Forest Technology. After two years of studies, in 2007 he was proud to have received his diploma for the completion of the Forest Technician program.

 In the past Kyle has had the pleasure of working for Rene Trailer Sales during the summer months of his junior and senior high school years. After graduating college he was then offered a job with the Department of Natural Resources in Islandview, New Brunswick where he worked as an assistant with the native program in the fall of 2007 for 6 months. From 2008 to spring of 2010 he then worked for Best Home Insulators spraying foam, upgrading and installing insulation at new and old constructions. In the spring of 2010 he was offered a job once again with DNR as a Crew Boss for the Region 3 Fire crew for the upcoming fire season.

Kyle has been snowmobiling since he was a child. He received his first sled a 1992 Arctic Cat Panther Deluxe in 2002 as a Christmas gift from his parents and his passion for snowmobiling flourished. Both his father – Kevin Good, and his uncle -  Allan Good in the past were heavily involved with the snowmobile federation as presidents of the Restigouche Timber Trail and the Restigouche Snowmobile Club.  Kyle always enjoyed tagging along on permit checks and installing proper signage in the Restigouche Timber Trails area.

In February 14th, 2011 Kyle was hired as Trail Manager for the NBFSC.  His role in the organization includes all aspects of mapping, including the production of the paper maps and all the digital maps.  Kyle is responsible for trail signage where he applies his skills to annual classroom training courses in the fall of every year and conducts trail checks throughout the year.  Grooming also falls under Kyle’s responsibilities. He has helped NBFSC induct the entire fleet of groomers with GPS units and amongst many other things he is responsible for the groomer workshop held annually in February.  He also attends several government meetings on behalf of the 51 clubs, one of which is for processing new trail applications.

Kyle continues to enjoy driving his sled in the Restigouche area and has had the pleasure thus far of snowmobile almost the entire province (7400kms). His other hobbies include canoeing, ATV’s, hunting, snowboarding, camping and many other outdoor activities all of which he is always accompanied by his girlfriend, Emily Doull.