Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Global trade impacts the lives of middle-class Canadians every day. From the blueberries you put in your oatmeal in the morning, to the mackerel you cook at night for dinner, Canadians are very much a part of important global relationships...
The government of former Premier Darrell Dexter made such a mess in 2012, that attempts are still being made to clean it up. On September 14 at the Louisdale and Area Fire Hall in Grand Anse, residents and representatives of...
“How many of these could you possibly need?” my husband asked in an exasperated tone. Though he pointed in a general way at the plastic bins and packing boxes stacked on a shelf in the basement, I knew exactly what...
In 1897 Bertram Bourinot began the Richmond County Record, a periodical that lasted for almost 80 years. Marshall Bourinot worked with his father and continued the paper into the 1970’s. The following is an excerpt from the Richmond County...

Fill the arenas

I try not to repeat myself in these columns, but this week I think I should revisit a topic that I brought up last spring, shortly after the Humboldt Broncos tragedy. The northern Saskatchewan town recently faced the difficult task...
Bullying today goes far beyond the playground, campus, or workplace; it can be on-line and quickly seen and shared by many, where the victim has no escape. The rapid growth of smartphones, social media and the anonymity of the on-line...
After a three-year stay on the Port Hawkesbury waterfront, a well-known vessel finally departed last month. The MV Dutch Runner left the Strait of Canso Superport Corporation (SCSC) Pier in Port Hawkesbury on August 18. The ship originally docked in October...
One of my friends announced good news the other day by posing her youngest daughter in a pink dress and with a sign that read: “Soon-to-be middle child. Good thing I can’t read yet.” Predictably, justifiably, people in our group...
January 9, 1912: Charles Henri Shannon, son of Charles Shannon and Marie Samson, married Marie Aida Landry, daughter of the late Alexander Landry and Adeline Richard, witnesses were Wallace Kavanagh and Marie Landry January 22, 1912; William Fougere, son of...
This would not be a typical tourist stop, even though it was happening in one of the most historically and culturally significant parts of Atlantic Canada, and arguably, the entire country. There we were, me and Cathy and five members...
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