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Shrinking your footprint on National Recycling Day
In the spirit of National Recycling Day, we’ve put together a few articles to inspire your inner climate activist and up your eco-living game. Our resident millennial homemaker, Millee McKay, shares with us her ...
Carve out a piece of National Pumpkin Day
The people's pumpkin curry Do those October pumpkins some justice and warm up your kitchen with this rich and comforting pumpkin curry recipe from Rebecca Sly, the executive chef to PEI’s lieutenant ...
Lots of fun at Barrington Pumpkin Fest
There were pumpkins to be decorated, games to be played and treats to be found at the third annual Barrington Pumpkin Fest on Oct. 19 on Sherose Island. Hosted by the Barrington Municipal Recreation Department, the event also included a free skate ...
Fundy YMCA appreciative of support for aquatic fitness programs
For a third consecutive year the Annapolis West Health Foundation (AWHF) has extended generous financial support to the Fundy YMCA WaterART aquatic fitness programs. This year’s donation of $35,000.00 was recently presented to Fundy YMCA ...
'Small things can be so rewarding': Mother and daughter continuing care assistants talk about life on the job
Heidi Surette says growing up she’d listen to the stories that her mother Carmen shared when she got home from work. Even on bad days, or on difficult days, her mother always described them as rewarding days. Over time these ...
Prospect country singer receives high honours with Josie Award
Ruth Manning has another feather in her hat. The Valley-based country musician has earned some serious distinction as a country singer in a mecca for country singers – the State of Tennessee. Manning is the recipient of a Josie Music Award, in ...
South Shore author offers up new book of local spooky tales
Vernon Oickle’s new book, More Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia, offers up a new collection of stories of things that go bump in the night. Oickle, a well-known journalist and author from Queens ...
Bringing history to life at Keji - Todd Labrador birch bark canoes launched to drumming, song, and smell of sweet grass
Todd Labrador has had engineers marvel at the sophistication of the birch bark canoe. “They look at this and they’re still amazed,” he said. “You have an engineer, who has a lot of knowledge through universities and ...
Round Hill Graveyard Walk tells the tales of earliest English settlement
When the sun starts to set and the shadows lengthen, most people steer clear of graveyards. Sally Deveau isn’t most people. Sure, there’s a bit of daylight when she starts out, but by the time she gets to the Lovetts' plot the ...
Keeping the doors open - Macdonald Museum gala fundraiser gets support from famed artist Tom Forrestall
Macdonald Museum in Middleton is all about community, and director Janice Slauenwhite is hoping the community will help raise much-needed funds to keep the place going. It’s tough to do when you don’t charge admission – so ...