Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 2:48pm
| KATHY JOLLIMORE
While that crazy heat wave may be behind us, there’s no telling what the rest of the summer has in store. On those days when the humidex is off the charts, icy cold refreshments are not only welcome, they’re necessary. Read More
Monday, July 9, 2018 - 2:56pm
| Jenny Kierstead JOY OF LIVING
Next week we will be welcoming people from all over Canada to our Yoga in Schools Mindfulness Conference. What would inspire people from Labrador to Nunavut to spend a week of their summer studying mindfulness? Read More
Search “DNA test” on Google and you’ll get a variety of different sites promising to tell you everything from your family history, to how your liver metabolizes (or breaks down) medication and if you have any SNiPs (single... Read More
Q: Every year my family goes to the cottage and I usually go for a few days with my two daughters.
My husband limits his time there to one or two nights as there’s a lot of drama between him and my family every year. Read More
9 July, 2016 — A 100th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony for the No. 2 Construction Battalion (formed on July 5, 1916), Canada's First and Only Black Battalion took place at the deCoste Centre, Pictou. Read More
Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 12:00pm
| JOHN WHITE | Sports Scrapbook
A number of weeks ago in the Nova Scotian, I featured 1952-53 provincial midget hockey champions St. Theresa’s of Sydney. It so happened that the following season, a league rival of theirs, Whitney Pier Holy Redeemer, won the title. Read More
Q: I’m female, attractive, independent, early 40s, happily divorced. I’m emotionally ready for dating and a possible relationship. But it’s increasingly hard to meet new people so I’ve turned to the internet. Read More
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 - 4:11pm
| KATHY JOLLIMORE
This weekend is all about dad. From brunch to lobster dinner, there are loads of ways to show dad exactly how much we care. Here are five ways to celebrate with food and drink this Father’s Day.
1. Beer Read More
As brothers a mere two-and-a-half years apart, my two young sons are, unsurprisingly, very much alike.
They’re into the same video games, they enjoy the same roughhousing, they share a lot of friends. Typical siblings in many ways. Read More