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Truro artist turns cancelled solo exhibit into food bank fundraiser

TRURO – Two years of hard work, just to see it brushed aside. That’s what happened to local artist...

Portapique shooting victims remembered in Halifax Camerata Singers performance

TRURO – A new online concert program is paying tribute to the victims of the mass shooting in April, as well as...

Truro woman founds Artists Creating Together group

TRURO - Sarah Pearson knows she is going to need art to make it through the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Exhibition organizers inviting people to come celebrate

The longest standing event in Colchester County is turning 70 this year. To mark the milestone, organizers of this year’s Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition say...

Growing up with Anne

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Rachel O’Brien’s had a love for Anne of Green Gables for almost her entire life. Now, the 22-year-old from Truro is soaking...

Cancelled CEC musical doesn’t stop committed group of students

It started out as a playful conversation between two Cobequid Educational students in late February. But in just a few short minutes, Chloee Trites and...

Nova Scotian Kitchen Party Facebook group reaching thousands around the world

PICTOU - What began as a small act to brighten a few people’s days has now reached more than 200,000 people from...

Shredfest back for second year

TRURO - The Downtown Truro Partnership (DTP) is once again co-hosting Shredfest – a night of skate and bike demos, fire performers and more...

Dartmouth man’s poem after mass shooting strikes chord online

DARTMOUTH – Adam Heskett has been writing off and on for about 20 years. It’s something he does mostly for...

New library in Debert open to share love of reading with children

DEBERT – Rosalynd Coulter thought it was a shame the children’s books she collected for her grandchildren weren’t being opened.

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