Armchair Olympians Day 13
Nova Scotia Health Authority staff respond to local Digby health-care stories, rumours ...
Digby volleyball club growing by leaps and bounds
Electric City projects have potential to light up tourism industry for Weymouth
Digby doctors celebrating their collaborative practice in the community
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Aboriginal musicians to perform in Church Point
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Jenna Conter: Want to be a hard core Olympic fan? You’ve got to stay awake!
Jenna Conter: a dissection of Olympic snowboarding
Tim Arsenault: Olympics coverage is on steroids
Jenna Conter: A little Olympic jealousy never hurts … much
Tim Arsenault: Loophole entry looks flat on the Olympic halfpipe
Jenna Conter: Jamaica made Olympic sledding cool
Growing up I had a friend whose house was essentially a square that encased the stairs that led from the bottom floor to the top. We’d play fun games of chase-the-chubby-kid until I’d throw up grape juice all over their white ...
Martock's go-to guy helping new instructors get certification abroad and at home
The storm delayed his flight, both in Nova Scotia and again in Toronto, but he eventually he made it to Beijing ...
Tim Arsenault: Bruce Rainnie’s happy, gruelling Olympic curling marathon
If it seems like Bruce Rainnie is always on duty when you tune in CBC’s Winter Olympics coverage, that’s because he is. If there was an Ironman event at the Pyeongchang Games, Rainnie would be a contender. As the ...
Jenna Conter: Always up for some Olympic air
Move over luge, we have a new kid on the ice track. Adding to the series of Winter Olympic sports that I’m labelling Someone Lost a Bet, we welcome skeleton. Take the sled, keep the spandex suit, but flip the athlete around to ...
Tim Arsenault: Cleansing the Olympic palate
If you’ve been overdoing it in front of the TV since Friday, staying up late only to be shaken more by the fact that Shaun White is 31 than by his snowboarding prowess, you might need to slow things down right about now. Even the ...
Jenna Conter: Olympic Luge - the slide that binds
Maybe because it was Valentine’s Day, maybe because it was Day Six of being up at 5 a.m. after going to bed at 2 a.m. and being thoroughly (and happily) chained to the Olympics, but I am tremendously entertained by the two-man ...
Central Kings boys' basketball rally season to win spot at weekend tourney at NKEC
It's playoff time. ...
Lockeport native son Shea Balish wins NFL pitch competition
LOCKEPORT, N.S. – Lockeport native Shea Balish scored a touchdown in the third annual National Football League (NFL) 1st & Future pitch competition on Feb. 3, winning a cash prize of $50,000US and Super Bowl tickets for his entry in the ...
Tim Arsenault: Olympic dopes use dope
On Tuesday Japanese short-track speedskater Kei Saito became the first athlete to be sent packing from the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics for failing a drug test. It seems like Mike Pence spent more time sternly pretending he wasn’t ...
Tim Arsenault: Pity the fool who isn’t into Olympic curling
Figure skating has always attracted spectators who enjoy a good salchow now and then, preferably set to the music of West Side Story. And hockey’s long been a favourite of sweater-clad flag-wavers into team sports. It’s ...