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The skeletal remains of what appears to be a wooden stagecoach sits just a couple feet off the trail in the Charles L.
An author based in Dartmouth was at the Antigonish Highland Games July 9, promoting his book which takes places in his
The Arctic and Antarctica have a few things in common even though they are far away from each other. Both are known for
The Dartmouth Arrows under-15 AAA baseball team is off to a hot start so far this season.
The team was undefeated through their
In 2002, two of Ross Drake’s teenage sons were diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a genetic lung disorder for which there is no known
Eastern Shore Mariners (Atom B), one of six teams from across Canada to win $5,000 grand prize for their minor hockey association. Imperial
I’m just back from a family road trip to Cape Breton. We spent six days in my grandfather’s hometown of Chéticamp.
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Small desserts can be a great finish to a meal.
I often just want one or two bites of something sweet after dinner.
Do you know how well you’re doing financially? Surprisingly, many of us have no accurate idea because we’ve never taken the time to
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Volatility is unavoidable when it comes to investing in the stock market. That’s why it’s important for investors to ignore short-term gyrations and
There’s a delightful split-personality to the Acura TLX that becomes apparent, depending on how drivers drive it.
Driven gently, and the TLX glides
Delightfully, winter is officially gone for another year, meaning the warm weather and summer travel season is upon us Canadians and our families.
Last year, Canadians bought more than 50,000 sub-compact SUVs or Crossovers, 56.5 per cent more than the previous year.
Industry forecasts call for