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  • A hero among us

    Kerr was one of only 96 Canadians to receive the Victoria Cross – the highest honour of the Canadian honours system and the British Empire – in ...

  • Garden club hosts fern presentation

    The club welcomed guest speaker Sherry Chiasson, teaching technician of the environmental science department at Dalhousie University’s faculty of ...

  • The world comes to Parrsboro

    Four busloads of people from Europe, Asia and other parts of the globe spent the day here, focusing on the offshore tidal energy developments in ...

  • Cables laid successfully at tidal power site

    The operation wrapped up successfully Monday evening with the successful installation of the fourth cable, after months of planning and numerous ...

  • Parrsboro to celebrate ‘Vintage Christmas’

    “The goal is to get the community involved… so everyone has a part to play,” said Faith Rutt, the merchant spearheading the idea. “There are ...

  • Hooked rugs take centre stage at museum

    The traveling exhibit Coastal Lighthouse Rug Hooking, developed by the Nova Scotia Art Guild, opened at the museum on Oct. 25. “Lighthouses are ...

  • Cycling your way to fitness

    The class is Cyclefit, a new program offered in conjunction with the Cumberland YMCA, and it is already a hit after starting just this week. ...

  • Parrsboro hosts first light horse show

    Small Fry Showmanship. Class Sponsor- Spirit Reins Ranch 1st Place Ella Harrison 2nd Place Drew Rushton 3rd Place Sky Yorke ...

  • Municipal Awareness Week in Parrsboro

    In observance of Municipal Awareness Week, Parrsboro council and staff held an open house at town hall on Oct. 20, although not even cake and ...

  • Tidal power cables installed in Minas Passage

    The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has started to install up to four underwater power cables in the world’s highest tides. These ...