Cape Breton Post
Fly fishermen keep busy through the winter in Stellarton
17th Wave Glasgow New Horizons Band program for seniors begins Jan. 15
Full house - and full deck - at Trenton Legion
Knitting away the winter
Organizations supporting sexual health have many events planned for 2018 in Pictou County
Firewood supplies boast the benefits of wood heat
Standing Room Only - Gunning, Keelaghan, and Bennett pack King’s Theatre
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Two folk singers in a 220-seater on a cold and windy Sunday afternoon in January usually wouldn’t generate enough interest to turn the heat on and open the doors – let alone sell tickets. It’s not the ‘60s ...
Winter warming soups
Whether we want to admit it or not, winter is here, and winter means we are in for many long, chilly nights. It’s the time of year when many of us turn to warming comfort foods. Well, here is a tip for a healthy and easy way to warm up your ...
Fresh artwork showcased at Museum of Industry
STELLARTON An 80-foot hallway in the Museum of Industry has a fresh collection of art this week. The art pieces are the work of established and emergent artists who are part of the Art at Large Collective of Pictou County. From charcoal ...
Battle of the Brushes to square off at The Commune March 3
NEW GLASGOW The Battle of the Brushes will return to The Commune on March 3. The painting competition and sale will see local artists in two categories: 19 and over, and – new this year – a competition for younger artists, as The ...
Fame for Fortune - Annapolis Royal’s much-loved Black Loyalist designated person of national historic significance
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Almost 150 years after her death Annapolis Royal’s most well known Black Loyalist is being recognized as a person of national historic significance in Canada. Rose Fortune joins fellow Nova Scotians Viola Desmond and Helen ...
Barrington chosen to host N.S. Lumberjack Championships in June
BARRINGTON, N.S. – Professional lumberjacks from across the Maritimes and the northeastern U.S. will be competing for top honours and prize money at the third annual Nova Scotia Lumberjack Championships, to be held in Barrington on ...
Under the ice
Last week we talked about how land-based animals have developed mechanisms to survive winter. This week we will look at how animals in the aquatic world do the same thing. While we can turn up the thermostat, or throw another log on the fire, ...
Snowshoeing grows with Hike Series
Now that winter is upon us, rather than hibernate indoors, Hike NS says to get out and try snowshoeing. “Snowshoeing is probably one of the fastest-growing outdoor activities in our province,” says Janet Barlow, Hike NS executive ...
Annapolis Valley Arts Listings
A look at upcoming arts and entertainment events in the Annapolis Valley: Fundy Cinema film screenings Fundy Cinema screens: Don’t Talk to Irene Jan. 17. When overweight teenager Irene gets suspended from school and must endure two weeks ...
Sponsored Bleached kraft mills cannot be closed loop
In a perfect world, all manufacturing processes would have no appreciable impact on the environment. We all want this, but it is unrealistic to expect no impact. As with other industries, the Pulp and Paper sector has worked to improve its ...