Amherst’s Christmas holiday kickoff begins Nov. 15 with light-up in ...
Mar 15, 1950: Town bus crashes into Wilson’s window
Another Halloween comes and goes in Williamsdale
Another Halloween has come and gone
Ladies night at Advocate fire hall on Nov. 23
Stop complaining and provide a fair minimum wage to workers
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COMMENT: The Bay of Fundy is full of junk
Staying active despite cooler weather
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Santa makes a stop in Dominion
Former Membertou resident curating new exhibit on colonialism's effects on mental health
Remembering Newfoundland troubadour Ron Hynes
Tributes for Ron: Famed singer/songwriter will have no funeral friends will play his last gig instead
One last waltz: standing room only at the Basilica for the funeral of Ron Hynes
Godspeed: Singer-songwriter Ron Hynes dead at 64.
NSCAD’s Lithography Workshop unveils new work by Canadian artists
The curtain was lifted on the Nova Scotia College for Art and Design’s (NSCAD University) Lithography Workshop - Contemporary Editions on Nov. 7, offering a first-look at eight original prints designed by esteemed Canadian artists. Artists, ...
Sydney Breton Quilters busy working on projects
The Sydney Breton Quilters formed in 1985 and had at one time upwards of 35 members but is now down to just five. The quilters meet once a week at the Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design on Charlotte Street in Sydney to work on individual ...
Cape Breton rapper attaining prominence
Northside rapper Shannon Long, better known to her fans as X-Plycit, sounded cheerful as she drove through New Brunswick earlier this month on her way to gigs in Winnipeg. “We just wanted to leave early in case any weather cropped up,” ...
Glace Bay Adult Faith Development Committee has existed for 25 years
It’s been 25 years since members of St. John’s Adult Faith Development Committee gave a joint presentation to all Glace Bay area parishes about a Lenten series. It was this series of presentations as part of the 150th diocesan ...
Sea Monsters in the Age of Dinosaurs being presented at Colchester Historeum
Large creatures that once lived in the oceans and lakes will be the focus of an upcoming event at the Colchester Historeum. ‘Sea Monsters in the Age of Dinosaurs’ is an illustrated presentation by Danielle J. Serrato, curator of the ...
North Sydney woman receives Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers
A North Sydney woman who recently picked up a national award has some sage advice for future volunteers. “You get much more back than you give,” said 75-year-old Erma Carmichael. Born in Diligent River, Cumberland County, Carmichael ...
Holiday crafts show being held in Sydney
Della Hawco, of Whitney Pier, chats with Jimmy Tighe, a wood craftsman from Lingan, while looking at some of his festive hand-crafted wooden bears and other woodwork at the Home Crafters of Cape Breton, Christmas Festival of Crafts at Centre 200 in ...
Kick off the holiday season with the Parade of Lights in Halifax on Saturday
Safety top priority at the Saturday night event ...
Cape Breton's Sarah Ellen Morrison and her band, now based in Halifax, release first single
They met in high school and now Sarah Ellen Morrison and Neil LeMoine are working together with a band that has just released its first single. The love of music was apparent from the start, says Morrison, who fronts the six-piece group that backs ...
Mary Walsh to host ECMA gala in St. John's
Newfoundland and Labrador actress Mary Walsh will host the 2020 East Coast Music Awards (EMCA) gala Thursday, April 30, 2020 at Mile One Centre in St. John’s, it was announced today. The 2020 ECMA festival and conference is set to run in St. ...