Keep doing the things you love
YOGA & MEDITATION: Appreciate the art of practising
RECYCLED LOVE: Recognizing an animal advocate
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Giving vegan recipes a whirl
THE BOOK SHELF: Stella Bowles being the change in new book My River
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Ask not what your community can do for you
CHINESE MEDICINE FOR HEALTH: Keeping resolutions with Chinese medicine
REEL TIME: Ice fishing with a little help from my friends
THE ENDAGERED PERSPECTIVE: Old-growth essential for province’s future
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Queens Special Olympian heading to World Summer Games next month
Bridgewater Mall: new name, new look
Lunenburg businesswoman growing town’s sweetest business
New primary health care centre celebrated in Shelburne and seen as important recruitment tool
Workshop held on intimate partner violence in queer community
Ocean overflow on Sherose Island Causeway a safety concern
Photo of Mahone Bay picked for Canada Post stamp
It’s not hard to find photographer Betty Meredith in the mornings. She likes to wake early and often sets out with her camera and a friend to snap photos around Mahone Bay. But if you don’t catch Meredith during her sunrise jaunt, ...
MODL raises tax threshold for low income homeowners
The Municipality of the District of Lunenburg (MODL) has approved a motion to raise the property tax threshold in an attempt to help low incomes families. In addition to increasing eligibility, MODL’s council also changed the policy to ...
Lunenburg receives eight recommendations to improve harbour
The Town of Lunenburg is exploring its options after receiving a report outlining recommendations to improve the harbour’s water quality Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation — which was contracted by the town in 2018 to conduct a water ...
'I really feel we made the right decision': Yarmouth's Sandy Dennis believes cancer care review will help improve lives for cancer patients
YARMOUTH – As sick as she was from her own cancer, Yarmouth resident Sandy Dennis always made sure never to miss a meeting of the steering committee that was part of a review of cancer care in western Nova Scotia. She was wheeled into ...
Region of Queens Municipality to vote on communication tower later this month
Council for the Region of Queens Municipality will decide at its February 12 meeting if it will enter into a development agreement to allow for the erection of a new cellular telecommunication tower on property located off Meadow Pond Lane in ...
South Shore Regional Hospital upgrades progress
Renovation plans for the South Shore Regional Hospital are moving forward. Lunenburg West MLA Mark Furey was on hand to announce that EXP Architects have been awarded the $4.77 million contract to renovate the hospital’s aging ...
Shipwright Brewing Company opens in historic Lunenburg
Lunenburg has officially joined the craft beer craze with the opening of its first brewery, the Shipwright Brewing Company. Adam Bower, the brewery’s owner, said he was excited to share his love of beer with locals. “I’ve ...
Caledonia students launch Red Dress Project
A bright red dress usually symbolizes elegance and joy, but to the students of Julie Ramey’s Citizenship 9 class at North Queens Community School, a red dress takes on a more ominous meaning. The Red Dress Project was developed by a ...
Lunenburg residents in favour of banning single-use plastics
Plastic Free Lunenburg — a group looking to ban single-use plastics in the postcard perfect town — recently held a public consultation to discuss the issue with residents. The event took place on Jan. 24 at the Lunenburg Fire Hall and ...
Ironworks expansion will keep the rum flowing
Ironworks Distillery will have both a new look and some new products for tourists visiting Lunenburg this year. Owners Pierre Guevremont and Lynne MacKay, who founded the distillery in 2009, said the time had come to expand given the ...