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
South Shore Breaker
Liverpool Curling Club offering free curling Saturday nights
The free curling is a part of an initiative sponsored by the Queens Community Health Board and the Nova Scotia government. The grants given to the club have enabled the group to give out free ice time as well as purchase sliders for shoes and ...
East Coast Paraconference in Liverpool has successful first year
“We were so pleased… everyone who was involved were so pleased,” says Rafuse. Over 100 delegates took part in the events, not including the various portions of conference that were offered to the general public. “We wanted ...
RCMP issuing tickets at Port Mouton beach
Police have issued 17 parking tickets since July 16, says a news release from RCMP Staff Sgt. Paul MacDougall. “Tickets have been issued to vehicle owners parked illegally along the east sie of Carters Beach Road,” he said. Police have issued ...
Liverpool Curling Club will open this year
The club had been faced with the difficult decision of closing its doors earlier this summer due to lack of membership, high power bills, and an inability to generate revenue for the building. But John Armstrong, president of the curling ...
Milton pipe organ finds new home in historic village
The 150-year-old Milton church is being dismantled to be moved to a smaller location, and one of the things that couldn’t go was an historic Casavant pipe organ, built in 1917. Members were afraid the organ, built by the famous Casavant family from ...
Liverpool curling club may not open this year
John Armstong is president of the club. He says the organization’s remaining 30 members are struggling to figure out ways to open this fall, but the prospects are looking bleak. “We just haven’t got enough members,” says Armstrong. “Last ...