Hollohan to stand trial in 2020 on murder charge
Questlove bows out of Wolfville appearance again
Seem fancy, bake easy: Chocolate Hazelnut Espresso Roulade
Dartmouth’s Provo leads Canadian-laden Utah program to 9-0 mark
SHIPPING NEWS: Improvements to search and rescue will save lives
Tiny babies not home for the holidays
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Halifax Regional Police to probe Cape Breton police handling of Hanna ...
Researchers track prescription errors in Nova Scotia
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The Lens: Smokestack skating
This week in Nova Scotia history, Dec. 10-16
Kim Kelly recalls winning the Scotties Tournament of Hearts
A Bluenose adventure in all her canvas glory
Sponsored Portia White an inspirational Nova Scotian voice
The human voice has an amazing power — to communicate, to thrill, to inspire. And Portia White (1911-1968) had one heck of a voice. ...
Sponsored Nobel Prize winner said Dalhousie 'set him up for for a very enjoyable career'
Growing up near the coal mines of Sydney, N.S., Arthur McDonald (1943-) was no stranger to the world of working underground. ...
Sponsored Dr. Phyllis Noerager Stern impacted Dalhousie in short stint
Dr. Phyllis Noerager Stern (1925 – 2014) may be best known for campaigning on behalf of women’s health internationally, but she wasn’t one to let a local injustice go unchallenged, either. Case in point: a situation that emerged in ...
This week in Nova Scotia history Dec. 3rd – 9th
3 December, 1653 Nicholas Denys purchased from the Compagnie de la Nouvelle-France (the Company of New France), all lands between Cape Canso and Cape Rosier (northeast New Brunswick), including Cape Breton, Îles de la Madeleine, Île ...
Realizing a literary dream: retirees help each other write, publish debut novels
Cathy MacKenzie initially wanted to call her first novel Knock Knock. But after running the idea by a member of her writing group and gently being told to try something different — she did. That’s how it works with MacKenzie, and ...
THE NANNY PROJECT: Oma added Christmas magic every year
“I’ve lived in the Maitland area my whole life but my grandparents lived in Shubie,” says Denise Thompson. “We’d have big Christmas gatherings with all of my cousins, aunts and uncles and my Oma would always make nasi ...
Sponsored Dalhousie's Dr. Susan Sherwin pioneered feminist philosphy, bio-ethics
Susan Sherwin (1947-present) had a rather typical 1950s middle-class upbringing, with a stay-at-home mom and easy access to green spaces in her Toront ...
Burgeoning arts community has transformed Lunenburg into creative hub
The studio echoes with productivity; the wet slap of clay, the whoosh of the wheel, the muttered profanities as a bowl comes undone. ...
This week in Nova Scotia history, Nov. 26-Dec. 2
26 November, 1854 — The ship Arcadia, carrying a crew of 21 men and 149 German passengers and their cargo, struck a northeast sand bar off Sable Island in dense fog and strong winds. All were saved over a two-day rescue effort by Sable ...
Kent Monkman’s Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience on display at Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Métis leader Louis Riel once said: “My people will sleep for 100 years but when they awake it will be the artists who give them back their spirit.” Kent Monkman, a Canadian artist of Cree ancestry, is that artist. His ...