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I love going to the movies.
The first movie I ever saw was Mary Poppins. The best part about it for me
A project that is now 30-plus years in the making has almost reached its conclusion in Tantallon. Spearheaded by local entrepreneur Denis
With the hunting season upon us, Halifax District RCMP and Halifax Regional Police — Your Partners in Policing — are advising outdoor
I have often felt that Labour Day is a more accurate date for our ‘new year’ than Jan. 1. Families are getting back
Bianca Paquin and Luke Ruitenberg are Olympians of the future. Both will be representing Nova Scotia on Petro Canada’s recently announced “Tomorrow’s
Mackenzie Drake is no stranger to success — both on and off the ice. The 13-year-old Dartmouth native was recently named to the
Whenever I go off to a new destination I always want to bring something home to my family, whether it’s something they
Did you know that reading is more than simply pronouncing words? Many students and their parents are surprised to learn that there
Almost everyone enjoys the change in seasons — it is nice to have some change in temperature and scenery as the vegetation
Have you ever tried building a deck by yourself?
It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible.
You will have one big
Leaves are turning red and golden before our very eyes, and there’s definitely a nip in the air early in the morning
It’s not often that I crave a hearty bowl of stew, but since finding this recipe for Irish Stew, I now have
Now that we’re into autumn, the days are getting noticeably shorter.
The change in seasons reminds us that time is passing and
During your working years, your primary investment goal is generally growth; you need your money to grow so that you can eventually
At 15, Nicole Lukeman is just a little too young for a part-time job but is the perfect age to start learning about
Model: Toyota 4Runner
Vehicle type: Mid-sized 4×4 SUV
History/description: Equal parts enthusiast off-road rig and high-capability family hauler, the
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