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NB Agricultural Alliance launches Why local? Why not? campaign
Front licence plates to be eliminated in New Brunswick
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Q and A with Steve Maxwell: From tabletops to skylights and more
Q: Do I need to apply the same clear sealer to the underside of tabletops as I do to top surfaces to equalize moisture movement? A: In my experience it doesn’t matter if you seal the bottom of table tops or not. Some woodworkers get very ...
MY HANDMADE HOME: Lego brick hooks to organize a child’s room
COST: $25 EFFORT: 2 out of 5 RESULTS: 5 out of 5 Our son recently lost one of his drumsticks and went into a panic. Our daughter was the one who found it ... in his band bag, exactly where it should have been. Oh man. He is a ...
Ghost hunters visit Dayle’s Grand Market in Amherst
AMHERST, N.S. – Investigators of the paranormal recently visited Dayle’s Grand Market in Amherst and left with a trove of information. “The amount of data to go through is enormous, but I can't wait to finish it and present ...
Small kitchen improvements that maximize functionality
Many homeowners wish for expansive kitchens. Modernized kitchens that include sought after features and showcase the latest trends go a long way to improving the overall value of a home. As desirable as such kitchens may be, some homes simply ...
Honour bestowed upon an unnamed hill: Geographical Names Board names topographical sites after fallen veterans
“I’ve always said the naming process in this province is one of our best kept secrets,” says Randy Hawkins, provincial secretary of the Newfoundland and Labrador Geographic Names Board. But now, in honour of deserving veterans ...
POLL: Canadians asked to vote on new Juicy Fruit jingle
The lyrics stay the same, but the tune beneath Juicy Fruit’s iconic jingle is getting a 2019 update. The gum maker’s parent company, Mars, is asking Canadians to vote for a new version of the jingle, first released in 1986. A list ...
CINDY DAY: Paranormal or cool science, you decide
On March 22, something very unusual happened after sunset along an old gravel road in Antigonish County, N.S.. Brianna and Mike were the only two who saw it and they may never travel down that road again. Here’s Brianna’s ...
CINDY DAY: Summer forecast? The answer was blowing in the wind
Earlier this month, I gave you some homework. I asked if you might take note of the wind direction on Wednesday, March 20 at 6:58 p.m. ADT (7:28 p.m. NDT) – the time of the spring equinox. Grandma believed the wind direction at the ...
More single women are buying homes
Fifty years ago, it was difficult for a woman to get a mortgage without a male co-signer, but today, more women than ever before are buying homes on their own rather than with a partner. Studies show that single women in both the U.S. and Canada are ...
DEBBIE TRAVIS: Brian Gluckstein takes us home
For more than 20 years Brian Gluckstein has entertained, enlightened and delighted us all with his personal take on interior design. Although most of us will never live in the mansions, chalets and sprawling country homes that Gluckstein has designed ...