THE BACK DECK is no longer just a simple porch or a place to stash the barbecue—it’s become an integral part of the home, extending our living space into the great outdoors.
HALL’S HARBOUR is the quintessential postcard depiction of Nova Scotia. A 20-minute drive north of Kentville, this little fishing village is so much more than just a photographer’s paradise, beckoning food lovers from near and far. Hall’s Harbour Lobster Pound is a local favourite but it also has...Read more
IN 2009, shortly after they were married, Stephen and Stephanie Arnold bought a parcel of land overlooking the ocean in North Rustico, Prince Edward Island. At the time the young couple bought the land, their notion was to build a cottage on the shore close to Stephen’s...Read more
A mere 40 kilometres west of the outskirts of Halifax lies a little-known treasure. It’s a piece of old Nova Scotia, complete with working fishing villages, picturesque harbours, panoramic views and glittering white granite-sand beaches.
At this stage in our history when many small rural communities have lost their identity or raison d’être—or have become virtual ghost towns due to massive waves of out-migration, Tatamagouche, NS, is bucking the trend. In 2006, the population of this village (located in Colchester County)...Read more