Wednesday, August 21, 2019
When we talk about our aging population, discussion often turns to health. The need for home care and long-term care. What government is or should be doing and whether it is enough. Our government has been...
People arriving to the west coast of Cape Breton Island have always been struck by its beauty. The rugged cliffs, deep valleys, and unparalleled views of the Northumberland Strait are enchanting. The pure water of MacLellan’s Brook drew the original...
“Many essential oils are antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, and effective against grease or mold. What’s more, they will not pollute your home, the water supply, or the environment.” Rachel Raba is an aromatherapist, in Washington DC. For years...
Tourists and traveling motorists are in for a sickening nightmare ride when entering the Fleur-de-lis Trail highway beginning at the St. Peter’s highway garage and motoring as far as Fourchu. On June 25th, my wife and...
The federal court recently made a ruling which was significant in maintaining the current owner-operator policy for the inshore fishery, while recognizing that current policies discriminate against those with disabilities. On May 24, Justice Sylvie Roussel...
I discovered MAD Magazine in the early ‘80s, nearly three decades into its existence. At the time, the magazine section at the Port Hawkesbury Sobeys location was kitty-corner to the bakery section, so I still recall the...
My friend’s 5-year-old has been asking her mother a lot of questions about heaven, not an unusual line of inquiry for children trying to figure out how the world works. If adults wrestle with the concept of an ever after,...
Part 26: Arichat: 1935; on the lower road moving eastward toward Petit de Grat we’ve arrived at the home of Hector DeCoste. His house had originally been the property of Henry Boudreau and his family of thirteen;...
Nova Scotians are fair people. We don’t mind don’t mind paying our fair share. But when we pay our taxes we have certain expectations, which is also fair. After paying your taxes, do...
For those of us that enjoy comic art, especially political satire, this summer has gotten off to a lousy start. In late June, we learned that Brunswick News Incorporated dropped veteran political cartoonist Michael de Adder...
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