- We put away the bin of sidewalk salt (but leave out the shovel… just in case)
- We unzip our winter coats (but probably only in the afternoon) 70 more words
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Top five things to do in Halifax: From one of the world's longest downtown boardwalks to the Citadel
HALIFAX — You’ll find fresh Maritime air, a pretty waterfront and some of the nicest people in Canada in Halifax; the sort of folks who come to a screeching stop in the middle of the road the second a Torontonian puts their foot out to jaywalk. 645 more words
Climate change is a hot topic around the world and in Canada, and the business community in New Brunswick is preparing itself for what most believe is inevitable. 313 more words
Just as Canadians are feeling more upbeat about the country’s economy so far in 2016, Albertans and Maritimers continue to have a pessimistic outlook , according a new poll. 444 more words
The saying “April showers bring May flowers” only applies when you have little to no snow or live somewhere where there is no adjoining waterways. For our area April showers bring flooding rivers which results in flood watch warnings, barricaded roads, the if’s and when’s the ice will run and how much damage it will cause. 152 more words
Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American… 207 more words
Mark Milke: Why does New England, the land of Bernie Sanders, live with lower taxes than Atlantic Canada?
In a world where Alberta tax levels have now risen to the point where we can no longer keep billionaires from leaving — with oil magnate Murray Edwards decamping to the U.K. 707 more words