Sunday, February 17, 2019

Fighting for non-state torture victims

TRURO - Two local women are continuing their fight to have non-state torture included in the Criminal Code. Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald recently travelled...

Support continues for TAAC Revitalization Project

TRURO - A revitalization of the TAAC Grounds in Truro continues to receive strong community support. Brian Wood said the revitalization committee has seen a...

Sparking imaginative play

MASSTOWN - After a couple of months of Mother Nature toying with the weather, the mud kitchen at Chiganois Elementary School has finally opened. The...

Local mental health association hosting 10th annual Women and Wellness event

TRURO - Susan Henderson never imagined an event that was created 10 years ago would be a sell-out event in the years to come. On...

Elvis impersonator bringing new show to Truro

TRURO - An international world champion Elvis Presley impersonator is bringing a new show to Truro early in the new year. Thane Dunn and the...

Mirror, mirror, on the wall

One of my most amazing and unforgettable experiences happened in January 1949. I had just come home from work. No one was in the kitchen....

Truro magician meets childhood hero

TRURO - David Johnston was in the right place at the right time and was able to meet a childhood hero – Michael J....

Food bank eyeing January for move to new facility

TRURO - Santa Claus is delivering big time for the Colchester Food Bank this year. The food bank is anticipating a move into its new,...

Dinner is served

TRURO - For the eighth year, Christmas at the Café will offer a feast on Christmas Day for anyone and everyone. Aaron Stevenson, who started...

Fostering lifelong learning

TRURO - Jayne Hunter broke out into a large smile. She had just heard Literacy Nova Scotia, where she’s the executive director, was chosen as...


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