Cape Breton Regional Municipality bus fleet gets a boost
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West Pubnico writer Laurent d’Entremont publishes sixth book
Terre Noire skilled trades centre will allow students to explore ...
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Municipality of Clare launches second annual Season of Giving campaign
Halifax's Firth re-signs for second season with Wanderers
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Fundy YMCA appreciative of support for aquatic fitness programs
'Small things can be so rewarding': Mother and daughter continuing care assistants talk about life on the job
Prospect country singer receives high honours with Josie Award
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 ...
National Taco Day 2019
Taco hot spots Luckily, Halifax has joined the taco trend that has taken the culinary world by storm in recent years. If you’re looking to hop on the bandwagon and dig in, we’ve saved you the trouble of tracking down your ...
Middleton students in BC to soak up inspiration, skills at national leadership conference
Maggie Llewellyn is in British Columbia honing her leadership skills so she can make her school and community a better place. So are her Middleton Regional High School classmates Rebekah Wade, Lauren Young, and Rebecca Burbidge. Teacher Suzanne ...
It's “autumn-summer” time on the East Coast
It happened – Sept. 21 came and went, marking the official end of summer. It’s getting to be what the Sami people in Northern Sweden call tjaktjagiesse or “autumn-summer” — a cusp season that hints at dramatic changes to ...
Classic TV characters invading Kentville
Scooby Doo and Dino may be among the characters dogging this year’s Pumpkin People celebration. ...
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
I may not have gone back to school shopping, or stuffed a backpack with new school supplies, but this September I became a student again. After checking bachelor’s degrees in English and journalism off the list and settling into my ...
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
By Don Nichol Special to The Telegram One of the oft-quoted paradoxes in rock history: if you can remember Woodstock, you weren’t there. Perhaps because the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival was a one-day festival with less ...
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Frank’s Crazy Critters are real proof that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bucket of rusty bolts, a worn out saw blade or an old garden rake is enough to spur Frank Parsonage’s creativity. He flinches a ...
From our archives: Photographer Robert Frank, seeker of light
Robert Frank, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, died Monday in Inverness, N.S. Here's a feature story from our archives, originally published in 2014, after features writer Lois Legge and photojournalist Adrien Veczan ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Overdoing your child’s birthday party
Last weekend, we threw a jungle-themed birthday party for our three-year-old. Yes, you read that correctly. I said three-year-old. Was it epic? Of course it was. Will he ever remember it? Hell no; he’s three! I usually groan when ...