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Dear first-time Primary parents,
This is a big week for you, isn’t it? The first day of school is creeping up. You’re
I lean against a 90-ton boulder and push with all my might, fully convinced that I can move it on my own. I
Neptune Theatre broke records nine years ago with a tale as old as time, and now they’re back to revamp the most beautiful
Mackenzie Drake is no stranger to success — both on and off the ice. The 13-year-old Dartmouth native was recently named to the
A young paddler from the Sackawa Canoe Club in Lower Sackville is heading to Belarus later this month to represent Canada at the
The Dartmouth Arrows under-15 AAA baseball team is off to a hot start so far this season.
The team was undefeated through their
Did you know that in Canada alone, it’s estimated that about 1.5 per cent of the female population aged 15 to 24 years
Last time, I wrote about a key concept in health coaching — primary foods. These are the things in life that nourish us,
With the hot and humid weather of summer, the symptoms of allergies are in full swing for many. If you suffer from the
Summer is a wonderful time for making memories with kids, but sometimes hitting the road for an exotic locale isn’t possible.
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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
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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