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Alain Bosse, centre, is a chef who travels the world. When leading cooking classes at home he likes to stick with what's produced locally.
Recent Starting Point graduate Charmaine Smith is ready to be part of the out-of-home workforce again after spending the past eight years taking care of her two children, Liam, left, and Emmett Francis.
The Pictou Advocate, a local newspaper in Nova Scotia, printed this cartoon of a Nazi swastika on a flag flying over Parliament Hill.
Many were shocked to see a swastika flag flying over the Canadian Parliament buildings with the words 'Harper's Economic Action Plan' in yesterday's Pictou Advocate.
On Feb. 26 about 15 retired teachers met at the Superstore for their winter general meeting.
Anthony Wile, left, and Greg Wilson look forward to the day when the Clairtone building in Stellarton will be bustling with activity.
The Leprechaun Band members, Harvey Bates, Merton Arbuckle, and Dave MacNeil will be featured at a St. Patrick's Musical Afternoon on Sunday, March 16, from 2 to 5 p.m. at The Celtic Circle, Forbes Street, New Glasgow.
Joe Arsenault, a 20-year labourer with the Town of Amherst, heads into the municipal building for a staff meeting following the announcement of the dissolution of Springhill on Wednesday.
Pictou Landing First Nation will receive no funding from the Government of Nova Scotia for their lawsuit to have Boat Harbour cleaned up and the wastewater facility shut down.
"When we came up beside him, we couldn't see if he was texting, but he was certainly using his cellphone," said Const.
Scotiabank, Westside Shopping Center staff recently volunteered their time to a fundraising event in support of the Westside Community Center.
The acoustic brunch is every second Sunday of the month, with Mann and a changing lineup of local musicians, singers and songwriters.
Faye Kinney, in a white wig and flower dress, struggled to help Guthro, fat suit and all, out of a prison uniform.
Christian Douglas Avery, 20, pleaded guilty to a charge of assault causing bodily harm, ending a trial that was expected to hear from seven Crown witnesses and one defence witness Tuesday in Pictou provincial court.