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Roots & Folks

You could call Reta MacDonald of Ebenezer, PEI a “joiner.” At 82, she is outgoing and remains committed to the many community organizations she belongs to. A...

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Bob Osborne “wanted to create an ambience unlike anywhere else,” with Corn Hill Nursery

A perennial success

During the last 35 years, Corn Hill Nursery has blossomed into a vibrant enterprise outside Petitcodiac, NB. Meanwhile many other independent nurseries in...

Knowing when to call for help

Dagwood Bumstead is one of the best known comic strip characters. He, his wife Blondie, their two perennially teen-aged children and their dog Daisy, have...

Saving Irish moss at Basin Head

On a spectacular day in early July, a day of crystal skies and sparkling water, Dr. Irené Novaczek—clad in a mini wetsuit, long underwear and tall rubber...

The Owl Man of Kings County

His nickname is well earned. For 40 years, Bernard Forsythe, “The Owl Man of Kings County” has observed and studied barred owls, helping them survive changing...
A young chipmunk surveying the lawn it is on.

Young and wild and...vulnerable

As feathered migrants begin to fill spring days with new songs, the warmer, wet nights prompt another nature event. Crawling stiffly out of hibernation,...
The college offers instruction in 10 Celtic disciplines, such as weaving, with programs for both children and adults.

Ciamar a tha sibh?

“I want to become fluent in Gaelic,” says 15-year-old Sarah MacInnis, one of 10 Na Gaisgich Òga, or Young Heroes, in the youth Gaelic mentorship program, run...