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Tragic dog story touches readers' hearts Last week, The Cape Breton Post's Sharon Montgomery-Dupé reported on the story of an eight-year-old husky, whose owners allege was euthanized by mistake by a vet. The ...
Black is the Colour with Hailee MacDonald and Mary Ellen Hurley onstage for BIS ceilidh
The ceilidhs continue Tuesday in the Katherine Hughes Memorial Hall in the Irish Cultural Centre at 582 North River Rd., Charlottetown, featuring local trio Black is the Colour with special guests Hailee MacDonald and Mary Ellen Hurley. Black is ...
The River Clyde Pageant presents Late Night Radio, a drive-in theatre experience in New Glasgow, P.E.I.
In the midst of an unusually quiet summer, the organizers behind the River Clyde Pageant have found a way to present outdoor theatre for times of social distancing, thanks to a collaboration with Nova Scotia’s North Barn Theatre ...
Ruby and Reno becoming travelling dog sensations across P.E.I.
A Nine Mile Creek man’s two best friends have literally become a hit travelling road show on P.E.I. Mike Doucette, 64, a retired construction worker, loves to drive everywhere on his Spyder motorcycle but he never leaves home without Ruby, ...
Here’s what East Coast parents should keep in mind when registering kids for after-school activities this fall
For Steve Letner of New Haven, P.E.I., his family’s lives are pretty much back to normal, although things are a bit different now. The COVID-19 shutdown ground all activities for youth to a halt. With the low number of cases on the East ...
KEELYWOOD: The Bachelorette news — switch-ups and hijinks coming this season
Enough of the baking our own bread and doing Instagram live workouts, I am desperate for some real entertainment. I am waiting with bated breath for the new season of the Bachelorette and all of the adjacent podcasts, blogs, and live tweets that ...
Festival of Dance Annapolis Royal springs to life with sixth anniversary edition
When the threat of COVID-19 became a reality in the spring, the organizers of the Festival of Dance Annapolis Royal were wondering if its sixth year would even be happening this summer. But as restrictions began to lift, and Nova Scotians were ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Veterinarians have challenging but rewarding jobs
It takes a truly exceptional and extraordinary individual to become a veterinarian. A veterinarian is not just someone who loves animals. They are educated, grounded, committed, compassionate, and they are people persons. Individuals who aspire ...
ASK ELLIE: Parents and pandemic pressures on marriage
Q – My husband and I dated for four years. We were both born here but had grown up in different cultures. We married last October and thought our life together was charmed, having found a nice, well-located (though small and expensive) ...
ASK ELLIE: Black sheep brother keeping his distance
Q – My brother is considered a black sheep in our family. He doesn't commit to plans, nor actively engage in social events, nor spend lots of time with my parents. However, he and I have been very close. We've travelled the world ...