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MABOU: The Strathspey Performing Arts Centre is pleased to host Guthan Òga, an intensive Gaelic language educational program available to teenagers in Nova Scotia. It will be an eight-week program beginning on Friday, April 20th.  Emily MacDonald will be delivering...
ANTIGONISH: Lara Lewis is finally getting her big break in the theatre world. Late last month, Festival Antigonish was pleased to welcome Lewis as the inaugural RBC Emerging Indigenous Artist-in-Residence for their upcoming 2022...
MABOU: Dance Debut celebrated its 29th annual recital on May 12 with a tribute to Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations. “Proud to be Canadian” featured 94 dancers from up and down Route 19, including Judique, Port Hood, Mabou, Inverness, Margaree, Belle...
MABOU: Nearly four decades’ worth of live performances from two of Inverness County’s finest Celtic musicians are now available on a single CD. Rooted In Tradition: A Musical Journey with Buddy MacMaster and Joey Beaton incorporates 11 groups of fiddle...
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...
LOWER SACKVILLE: A new work of fiction from a former resident of Isle Madame is now available online. Wayne Forster recently wrote and self-published a novel entitled One More Dance. Forster,...
TORONTO: VC2 is a dynamic cello duo, featuring Toronto cellists Amahl Arulanandam and Bryan Holt, which captivates audiences through its innovative and energetic performances of classical masterworks, unknown gems, and boundary pushing music. From February 9-21, VC2 will perform in...
ANTIGONISH: A new local music festival might find an audience this summer. Council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish recently heard from residents of the Meadow Green Road who are looking at the idea of setting up what...
TORONTO, ON: Dubbed by none other than Rick Mercer as the “funniest man in Canada,” comedian Derek Edwards will take the stage at the Strathspey Place Performing Arts Centre on October 23 at 7:30 p.m. “It’s...
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