Food Stiles: Mashed potatoes? Yes please!

I am a potato fan. I will eat them any which way you want to give them to me....

Op-Ed: Human trafficking in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has the highest rate of sexualized human trafficking in Canada. This impacts predominately on Nova Scotia’s girls and women who...

Living the Natural Way: Shopping local this holiday season

Wow, can you believe that here we are deep into the Christmas season already? We’re all starting to think...

Living the Natural Way: Easy tips to boost your energy levels this winter

Falling temperatures and shorter days are here and they can zap your energy during the winter. Most of us...

The Wild Side: A dangerous time of year

The Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (CWRC) was founded in 2001 by Dr. Helene Van Doninck and her husband, Murdo Messer.

Food Stiles: Warm fall salad

We’ve had some lovely fall days lately with cool crisp temperatures and sunshine. I always like to get out...

On hands and knees: A ways south to the Keji petroglyphs

When someone carves something of themselves into rock, something at once insignificant and profound, we call it graffiti, but when we are...

A place of time and space: Proposed Ingram River Wilderness Area seeks ascension

There were five of them growing in close company, dominating a gentle slope of explosive greens and soft moss, tall and wide...

Living the Natural Way: How to stay motivated

Oh my gosh…where did September go? Now that the kids are back to school and some routines are starting...

Cautiously pessimistic: Why “apocalypse” is the wrong word when describing insect declines

A few years ago, the world was electrified when someone, somewhere, declared an “insect apocalypse,” the ignominious end of all those tiny creatures on...

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