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A colourful journey through The Gentle Island

On Canada Day, we arrived in PEI via the Confederation Bridge after a long drive from Halifax, which also included a detour to Hopewell Rocks… 750 more words

Photography

Koreans and Canadians Get Ready to Take on the World ⚽🏆

The young soccer stars representing Korea an Canada at the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014 have been selected. Team Korea will have the honour of wearing Taegeuk mark (태극마크) and Team Canada will have the honour of wearing the maple leaf in this tournament coming up in August. 673 more words

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Curious Cottage Competition

The Chronicle Herald published a report on Nova Scotia’s black-market cottage industry this morning, revealing that unlicensed, untaxed competition is forcing some landlords out of business. 541 more words

Economics

Marathon by the Sea Throwback: 2002 Runner's World Feature

Marathon by the Sea is celebrating its 20th edition so it seems fitting to highlight a bit of the event’s past. Back in 2002 it got some major international attention when it was featured in Runner’s World magazine. 53 more words

Shediac Lobster Festival Ended with Success

This year’s Shediac Lobster Festival ended with success! The festival wrapped up on July 13th after five days of some fantastic seafood and world-class entertainment! 164 more words

Atlantic Canada

Blackout in Atlantic Canada could last for days as city officials face weeks of cleanup in Arthur aftermath

HALIFAX — More than 140,000 remained without power Monday in the aftermath of post-tropical storm Arthur that saw high winds and heavy rain batter the Maritimes over the weekend. 544 more words

News

Canada's most destructive hurricanes

TORONTO – With Hurricane Arthur churning of the coast of New England and making its way towards the Atlantic Provinces, Global News takes a look at some of Canada’s deadliest and most destructive hurricanes to have struck Canada. 654 more words

Canada