RCMP investigating fatal crash in Upper Brookside
Sea Monsters in the Age of Dinosaurs being presented at Colchester ...
Beyond Boxing raises money to feed families in need this Christmas
Ski Wentworth hosts its annual swap and sale
Doctor visits Nova Scotia during epic journey to put autism in the ...
The Nutcracker bringing holiday magic to the stage in Truro
Truro veterinarian volunteering at spay/neuter clinic in Nepal
Students and teachers learn new things at MakerTech workshops in Truro
Masstown's copycat Vegas sign meant to be simply fun
Festive craft market being held in Bible Hill
Harry Potter and Symphony Nova Scotia make beautiful, magical music together Nov. 15
With prison behind her, Colchester woman focuses on the future
Holiday-spirited events coming to Truro
Sydney Breton Quilters busy working on projects
The Sydney Breton Quilters formed in 1985 and had at one time upwards of 35 members but is now down to just five. The quilters meet once a week at the Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design on Charlotte Street in Sydney to work on individual ...
Cape Breton rapper attaining prominence
Northside rapper Shannon Long, better known to her fans as X-Plycit, sounded cheerful as she drove through New Brunswick earlier this month on her way to gigs in Winnipeg. “We just wanted to leave early in case any weather cropped up,” ...
Glace Bay Adult Faith Development Committee has existed for 25 years
It’s been 25 years since members of St. John’s Adult Faith Development Committee gave a joint presentation to all Glace Bay area parishes about a Lenten series. It was this series of presentations as part of the 150th diocesan ...
North Sydney woman receives Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
A North Sydney woman who recently picked up a national award has some sage advice for future volunteers. “You get much more back than you give,” said 75-year-old Erma Carmichael. Born in Diligent River, Cumberland County, Carmichael ...
Holiday crafts show being held in Sydney
Della Hawco, of Whitney Pier, chats with Jimmy Tighe, a wood craftsman from Lingan, while looking at some of his festive hand-crafted wooden bears and other woodwork at the Home Crafters of Cape Breton, Christmas Festival of Crafts at Centre 200 in ...
HOMEBODY: Crap you may not consider when buying a toilet
Ladies and gents (you’ll see what I did there) we’re about to talk about on of the most important decisions you can make in your house – time to talk toilets. Since my partner and I moved into an already existing home, ...
Digital voice assistants in high demand
Valerie Morgan It’s the time of year when many of us are making our list and checking it twice. When it comes to toys for the 2019 holiday season, a big trend you’ll notice are smart toys that combine fun with learning opportunities as ...
STEVE MAXWELL: Failed kitchen cabinet repaint and other reno questions
Q: Why did my kitchen cabinet repainting job fail? I washed the cupboard doors and drawer faces with TSP, but now the paint is peeling off around the knobs. What can I do to fix this? Besides peeling, I don’t like the colour I chose. The ...
STREAMLINE YOUR STUFF: 'While we're at it' attitude can force renovations out of control
I have run into this thing called scope creep so many times I thought it begged to be addressed this week. Scope creep happens in all kinds of ways and in all sorts of places. This phenomenon usually costs time and money, so it is something to ...
MY HANDMADE HOME: Changing a room’s colour palette with minimum effort
COST: $10 EFFORT: 1 out of 5 RESULTS: 5 out of 5 My sister and her husband have a beautiful, modern home in north-end Halifax. They’re child-free so everything in their home is very nice and stays that way — except for the glass ...