Colchester: Music, history, celebration & a found cat
Bass River musician Bill Elliott nominated for an ECMA
Truro woman remembers the day Martin Luther King was shot
Truro man remembers being an NYPD officer in the 1960s
Heritage Day being celebrated at the Colchester Historeum
Truro woman ready to help people meet and hook their animal spirit ...
Second Truro 1985 video features Willow St.
Gouda cheese and Portuguese coffee sauce featured in Truro’s Burger ...
Dal AC student’s art is on display at NovelTea
March break gaming camps being held in Truro
Dal AC offering summer camps in Bible Hill
Scotia Pool fundraising dance being held at The Pond in Bible Hill
Soup Fest returning to Truro
Truro woman ready to help people meet and hook their animal spirit guides
Young people in Truro prepare for physical labour in Jamaica
Margaretsville’s Evergreen Theatre offers great line-up for the year ahead
David O’Leary sits at the airport in a snowstorm hoping his flight to the Folk Alliance in Montreal won’t be delayed or cancelled. Despite the snow, the manager at Evergreen Theatre in Margaretsville is excited about the venue’s ...
Honouring Maud Lewis
Nova Scotian folk artist Maud Lewis will be honoured on Heritage Day, Monday. Maud Lewis achieved national recognition in the mid-1960s, becoming one of Canada's best-known folk artists. Her paintings have received accolades and admiration ...
Seventy years of love: Musgravetown’s Walt and Phyllis Chaffey a picture of togetherness
Walter Chaffey slowly leans over and gently kisses his wife Phyllis on the forehead. His 91 year-old arms cradle her head close to him — it’s clear this is where they both belong. In their family home in Musgravetown, it’s common ...
Flirting with fans in Victorian Newfoundland
In today’s digital age, finding a mate can be as simple as swiping right on Tinder. But in the 19th century, the art of seduction moved at a slower pace using simpler devices. At The Rooms, curator of history Maureen Peters holds a ...
A lasting love: Summerside couple keep the spark alive nearly 70 years after getting married
After tying the knot almost seven decades ago, at St. Paul’s Catholic Parish Church in Summerside, Austin and Ethel Pendergast are proof that love can stand the test of time, distance and even tragedy. “We met at a party in Indian ...
Freelancing for more than six decades, Sackville's Wallie Sears remains committed and passionate reporter
Snowstorms and floods. Election campaigns and visits from Prime Ministers. Labour disputes and backroom brawls. New buildings erected and others demolished. Businesses open while other ones close. A trip to the Vanier Cup and a visit from the Grey ...
Live in a tight space? Try these tips to maximize spatial efficiency
Between hectic work and social life demands, life can often be a tight squeeze. But your home shouldn’t feel like one — even if you inhabit a smaller domicile. The trick to airing out a compact space, say the pros, is to get organized and ...
National Ballet's Karen Kain to make directorial debut with revamped 'Swan Lake'
TORONTO — The National Ballet of Canada will present a fresh take on the classic "Swan Lake" from Karen Kain, a 50-year veteran of the Toronto company, in her directorial debut. In a statement, the artistic ...
P.E.I. woman named one of top 100 health and fitness influencers in Canada
Doris Ward has always had a passion for fitness, mental health and connecting the two. The fitness instructor’s innovative efforts in her field were recognized by one of the country’s leading health and fitness magazines as she was ...
Valentine’s Day hike being held in Bible Hill
Those who want an outdoor experience for Valentine’s Day are invited to take part in a guided hike along Farnham Brook. Bible Hill Recreation will lead the hike, starting from the Village Court trailhead at 10 a.m. There are a few hills, ...