COUNTERPOINT: Don't be flippant about suicide, especially in a Blue ...
JORDI MORGAN: Nova Scotia finally making real progress in war on red ...
A little Newfoundland Growlers history was made in Toronto Saturday
St. John's: What a state... of emergency
Mooseheads drop pivotal game against Olympiques
Magic salvage weekend with win over Hurricanes
St. F.X. hold off Acadia in AUS men's hoops
Investigators probe break-in at Halifax restaurant
Police investigate armed robbery at Halifax gas station
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CHINESE MEDICINE FOR HEALTH: Weight management for a new year
Carleton School celebrates retiring bus driver’s 42-year career
Northwood Bentwood Rings founders creating popular handmade products
11th annual Christmas concert benefits Lunenburg Interchurch Food Bank
NOW HEAR THIS: Reeny Smith brings family Christmas show to St. Matt's, Marigold
Santa and the rescue reptiles
A community children’s Christmas party that offers hot dogs, candy jar guessing game, colouring contest, tasty treats and Santa Claus arriving in a fire truck will certainly ensure a fun time for the youngsters. Throw in a reptile show that ...
TINA COMEAU: 'Easy? No. Easier? I'm not sure' – reflecting on another lobster season start
Tina Comeau is the lead editor of the Tri-County Vanguard. She writes a weekly column in the Tri-County Vanguard about family and the lighter side of life. Being a part of a lobster fishing family, it has also become tradition for her to write about ...
Toronto-based actor delivers one-man rendition of A Christmas Carol using famed authors’ original script.
Brandon Young Capturing the essence of the Christmas spirit is not an easy task. However, Charles Dickens' classic story A Christmas Carol manages to do just that. Blending themes of compassion, togetherness, transformation and forgiveness, ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Ageless adoptions
The average life expectancy, according to the 2014 World Health Statistics for males born in 2012 in Canada was 80, and for females 84. I am sharing these statistics with you because of an email I received from a reader. She stated, "I would ...
Queens County Museum hosts Festival of Trees and Dickensville
Christmas may still be over a month a way, but the season has come to life at the Queens County Museum in Liverpool with the annual Festival of Trees ...
Lunenburg County woman’s basket weaving hobby helps promote tradition
Annette Conrad has kept alive the traditional art of basket weaving for more than two decades, and has also taught many residents of the South Shore the history and the quality of these handcrafted baskets. The Rose Bay resident will demonstrate ...
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Lobster season dumping day morning in Pinkney's Point, Yarmouth County
After a one-day delay caused by strong winds on Monday, Nov. 25, the lobster season in LFA 34 (southwestern Nova Scotia) and LFA 33 (south shore of the province) got underway the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 26. Boats were permitted to leave wharves ...
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Yarmouth's Candy Cane Lane Festival brings community together
Yarmouth's first Candy Cane Lane Festival was a colourful, festive success on Saturday, Nov. 23. This year a decision was made not to have an evening parade of lights, but instead to have a festival on Yarmouth's Main Street whereby people ...
Lobster pot tree in Municipality of Barrington a testament to the community’s heritage
Once again, the Municipality of Barrington’s lobster pot Christmas tree will be standing sentinel on the North East Point waterfront on Cape Sable Island in Shelburne County during the opening month of the lobster season. A community ...
Yarmouth steps up to the plate with donations for 100 Meals initiative
It only took one Facebook post to show that Yarmouth residents once again have a hungry appetite when it comes to supporting their community. At the end of October the Town of Yarmouth put out an appeal to the public, saying financial donations ...