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Roots & Folks

Her son’s teacher thought he had a learning disability. He didn’t—but the mis-characterization led Margaret Cameron to a lifetime in education

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Our acrobats of the sea

There are more than 6.5 million seals in Atlantic Canada—almost three times as many seals as people—yet they remain elusive, shrouded in myth. Here are a few...


Thursday nights are the new Saturday nights in Maugerville, NB, where people gather to act out a ritual dance at an auctioneer’s warehouse—all with the hope...

As good as a circus

Chimney swifts are fascinating seasonal visitors

In the line of fire

Day or night, they drop what they’re doing and go to the aid of their communities. Do we appreciate them nearly enough?

Laundry scapes

Atlantic Canadians love to go the line

Family Farming as it Used to Be (Should Be)

“THE BEST PARTS of farming…” muses Jean-Pierre Gagnon, “are at both ends of the spectrum.”