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Nova Scotian will voice Justin Trudeau on Sunday's 'D'oh Canada' episode of The Simpsons
Justin Trudeau is getting Simpson-ized this week, but the voice viewers hear won’t be that of the Canadian prime minister. It will be Antigonish native Lucas Meyer. Meyer, a reporter and anchor for Toronto radio station Newstalk 1010, ...
CINDY DAY: Sharing more of your 'grown-up' art
We’re back today with another terrific “grown up” artist submission. Weather by Day has long featured art by budding young artists, but recently, Cindy has met quite a number of “grown-ups” who have picked up crayons, ...
CINDY DAY: More weather-inspired art!
Beautiful work by Wileen Hanshaw. - Contributed We’re back today with another terrific “grown up” artist submission. Weather by Day has long featured art by budding young artists, but recently, Cindy has met quite a ...
Reverend Mercer’s Passion: Minister walks 11-kilometres with cross on Good Friday
Reverend Bob Mercer was in visible pain as he walked into Clarenville on Good Friday. The large, wooden cross he carried dug deeply into his shoulder. He grimaced each time the cross jarred as it dragged along the asphalt. Mercer was nearing ...
Want a new kitchen? Consider cabinet refacing
Kitchen cabinet refacing is one of the most economical and simple ways to transform the look of your kitchen — just don’t confuse it with the old-school cabinet refinishing where cabinet doors were removed, painted and then ...
CINDY DAY: Your 'grown-up' art
We asked and you delivered! Dozens of our “grown up” readers responded to Cindy’s call for art submissions and we’re pleased to start occasionally featuring your weather-inspired works in our pages both in print and ...
His cross to bear: Minister to take Deep Bight to Clarenville trek on Good Friday
“We want to break the stereotype,” he says, a determined look on his face. Reverend Bob Mercer is not a tall man. He doesn’t necessarily look like he could lift much of a heavy load. And he admits that he’s on the wrong ...
How to pick out everyday dinnerware
Whether you’re buying your first set of dinnerware or just feel like treating yourself to something new, you want dishes that you’ll be happy to look at every day for many years to come. Here’s how to make the best pick. 1. ...
Barrington duck carver, folk artist remembered
A retired couple from Port Joli is making sure the late John Smith of Sherose Island goes down in the history books as one of Nova Scotia’s outstanding duck carvers and folk artists. John Smith was a local fishermen and carpenter from ...
Renovations to old building in Yarmouth leads to interesting 'new' finds from more than 100 years ago
When you’re renovating a space in an old building, there are many visions to be had. You look ahead to the future. The possibilities. You revisit the past. The history. And when the past and present collide – literally, because ...