HATS OFF to our hard working egg farmers, and their dutiful hens. They are a busy bunch. In 2014, egg farmers in Nova Scotia produced 20,780 thousand dozen, followed by New Brunswick with 16,778 thousand dozen eggs, Newfoundland and Labrador with 8,978 thousand dozen and Prince...Read more
WITH THE worst of winter now behind us, when a ray of sunlight streams in through my living room window I pause—eyes closed, soaking in the warmth—happy to be reminded that spring really is on its way.
WHEN CEDRIC MacLeod saw a broken down potato farm in Centreville, New Brunswick, he couldn’t pass it by. He purchased the property on impulse, believing one day he’d bring it back to life. While enrolled in pre-veterinary studies, MacLeod took a class in conservation tillage on...Read more
DON’T LET THE ultra-casual atmosphere at Evans Fresh Seafoods and Restaurant deter you or you might well miss out on some of the best seafood in the Maritimes. Located at Alderney Landing, near the ferry terminal in Dartmouth, Evans is not your typical sit-down restaurant. Offering...Read more
We constantly hear about out migration from the East Coast—but others choose to reverse the trend and come to live here. Why? We continue this series with a look at several newcomers to Nova Scotia as examples. We’ll be looking at other Atlantic provinces as well.