2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
CINDY DAY: Debunking a meteorological myth
Mount Allison researchers hoping to get insiders’ view into cannabis ...
NB Agricultural Alliance launches Why local? Why not? campaign
Front licence plates to be eliminated in New Brunswick
Bonavista Biennale returns for second time
Potential Bonavista hotel entrepreneur frustrated with council ...
Calgary couple moves to Sackville to re-open local restaurant
Preventing nighttime accidents is easy, fun
The Sackville Tribune Post
Film Fest returns home to Smith Sound for third annual event
Coming full circle: Author returns to Clarenville, presents Town with book
A gown gaffe: George’s Brook-Milton woman discovers wrong wedding dress after 30 years sealed
Dorchester prepared for 19th annual Sandpiper Festival
A gifted realist: Young Clarenville painter completes impressive mural at ice cream shop
Singer Measha Brueggergosman admitted to Foothills Hospital, awaiting double bypass surgery
2 Minutes with Carl Sonnichsen
He’s been a weather watcher since he was a child. “Been that way since I was 10 years old,” says Carl Sonnichsen. “I used to cut weather maps out of newspapers and piece them into a journal and record weather forecasts ...
Sackville minister takes on Great Cycle Challenge
Lloyd Bruce is once again slapping on his bike helmet and hitting the road throughout the month of June for a cause he hopes will change little lives for the better. This is Bruce’s third year taking on the Great Cycle Challenge, a national ...
Banff World Media Festival: Steven Spielberg among filmmakers who will create content for Jeffrey Katzenberg's Quibi platform
Steven Spielberg is creating a “super scary” new project for his old Dreamworks’ partner Jeffrey Katzenberg’s newest start-up, Quibi. But to properly enhance its inherent creepiness, viewers will only be able to watch it ...
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Get your geese in a row at Sackville, New Brunswick's Waterfowl Park
Donna Langille took advantage of the sunshine and drove from her home in Amherst, N.S. to the lovely Waterfowl Park in Sackville, N.B. She found lots of new feathered friends and very protective parents. The park is a wonderful pit stop when ...
2 Minutes with Mel LeBlanc
You spend time with people, hear their stories, miss them when they’re gone. Mel LeBlanc knows all about that. For 11 years, he has volunteered at Veterans Place, the long-term care facility at the Yarmouth Regional ...
2 Minutes with Harry McNutt
Four elderly gents are gathered in the small barber shop. “Any lies ever told in here?” asks one, as greying locks fall around cloaked shoulders. “Well, that’s a good question, that,” responds one of the gang. ...
2 Minutes with Rick Hartling
He worked here and there before the accident in Burnside. A dishwasher. A background film actor. There used to be plenty of gigs in Halifax for background artists, and he had even met the likes of John Stamos, Peter Falk, James Brolin and Tom Selleck ...
2 Minutes with Mary Lou Bennett
Her eyes twinkle. A smile begins to crack at the corners of her mouth; she breaks into a grin. Mary Lou Bennett recalls her mother’s voice. “New remnants came in to Sears!” her mom would exclaim when Mary Lou arrived ...
2 Minutes with Jonathan Cavalcante
It’s May and snow still frosts the mountains in the distance and blankets the ground where the tree canopy is still too thick to allow the sun and rain to fully penetrate. Jonathan Cavalcante is a long way from home. He’s ...
Editor looks to offer writers’ retreat in Plate Cove West
When accomplished editor Cassandra Filice first came to the King’s Cove area five years ago on her honeymoon, she fell absolutely in love with the place. Now, she’s bringing a retreat to the area that hopes to provide direction for ...