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D’ESCOUSSE: Due to COVID-19, the 2019 Atlantic Journalism Awards gala evening in Halifax, Nova Scotia was cancelled this year, but the award winners were still announced on-line on May 8. Among the Gold Medal...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Steve MacIntyre turned on his radio, but he had to turn it down. “It was just too big a story, too small a town,” the Port Hawkesbury resident sings over the sound...
STRAIT AREA: There will be very few events of any size this summer throughout the Strait area. After the Stan Rogers Folk Festival in Canso, Port Hawkesbury’s Festival of the Strait, the L’Ardoise Acadian Festival, Pirate Days...
ANTIGONISH: After weeks of careful deliberation, the staff and board of Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre (FAST) has decided to postpone the company’s entire 33rd season until the summer of 2021. FAST joins a growing list of...
PORT HOOD: An amateur cook with plenty of experience, has become a hit for the millions of people self-isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mary Janet MacDonald has seven children, and two of them are living in Alberta....
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO: The author of a new book about nurses during World War I says his work is relevant for these unprecedented times as health care workers toil on the front lines. Former Port Hawkesbury and...
DUNDEE: Strait area author Michael Gerhartz has entered his crime suspense thriller, Dark Times, into the Page Turner eBook Award. Hoping to win an audiobook production consisting or one of the other prizes, Gerhartz entered the Page...
PICTOU COUNTY: As is the case with almost every other large-scale event in Canada, the Stan Rogers Folk Festival will not be taking place this summer. On April 16, organizers announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic,...
HAMILTON, ONTARIO: Hoping to help Canadians stay at home, The Trews have released a new single and accompanying video. Safely in isolation at his home with his family, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald told The Reporter their latest track “God...
D’ESCOUSSE: Author Marjorie Simmins has released her third work of non-fiction. Simmins describes Memoir: Conversations and Craft as a celebration and a journey to the heart and soul of the memoir genre. She hopes the book will...
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