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Savouring sensational spring salads
Lately, I’ve been craving Boston Bibb. It’s the perfect foil for hard-boiled eggs, asparagus and red onion, with a tarragon-based dressing. And don’t get me started on arugula – that delicious, spicy green also known as rocket marries nicely with a ...
Pandemic has put spotlight on Canada's food chain challenges
Canada’s pandemic crisis has put a spotlight on the many challenges faced by the country’s food supply chain. So states the latest policy brief by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) — Growing a More Resilient Food Supply Chain in Ontario ...
Italy through the eyes of Stanley Tucci
If there is anyone who has renewed the love affair with Italian cuisine during the pandemic, it would have to be award-winning actor, author, director, and food lover Stanley Tucci. The iconic thespian hosted the recent CNN series, Stanley ...
'Future Possible' looks at the past as it explores Newfoundland and Labrador's art history
“Future Possible: An Art History of Newfoundland and Labrador” is a book that has been a long time coming, Mireille Eagan says. While working at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Prince Edward Island, Eagan curated an exhibition ...
Dreaming of becoming an online influencer? These Nova Scotians are doing it - and it's a lot harder than you think
Allie Martin is at that stage in her life where opportunities are opening up ahead of her. The King's-Edgehill high school student is set to graduate in June and plans to play hockey in the fall for Saint Mary's University in ...
'Unsettled' scenes: Newfoundland and Labrador photographer documents abandoned communities in his new project
Cory Babstock sees something in the abandoned buildings he finds around Clarenville. The photographer sees beyond the broken windows and the stripped siding of the places he finds in Red Cliff and Tickle Cove. Instead of those empty, ...
Early bookings high for Cape Breton, provincial campsites
Tammy Aucoin and her husband can't wait to book a getaway on the island. And now that the province’s new registration system for provincial parks is open, many are likewise now making plans for this summer. “I certainly think ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Fresh vegetables for cooking
Last Sunday, Easter Sunday, was also National Gardening Day. Did you miss it? If you’re a gardener, you probably don’t need a designated day to get you thinking about this year’s garden. Planning the garden, ordering seeds, ...
Honey of a hobby in Yarmouth County
The stories that Renee Meuse Bishara’s uncle, Maurice Comeau, used to tell her about the bees he kept in Marshalltown, Digby County, always fascinated her. “I was always happy to hear how many hives they had and what they were doing ...
ASK ELLIE: After long-ago affair, wife now being mis-labelled by her husband
Q: I was single and dating in my 20s. When I got into a relationship with a married man, he told me that he was not happy and was going to leave his wife. But I knew that it was never going to happen. I saw different single men as well back ...