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Is tourism a trap for Atlantic Canadians?
Foraging for wild food in Atlantic Canada
Four food trucks to try in Newfoundland this summer
Underwater tourism is the ultimate immersive experience
Is Atlantic Canadian tourism doing luxury right?
Cape Breton couple perfects off-grid living on Cape Breton
Kids getting in touch with nature at Nova Scotia's Open Air Learning
Artist profile: Halifax's Tess Conley
Last Stop Alaska: Couple moves into school bus and sets out on journey of a lifetime
Cape Breton's Amber Tapley reshaped her life and launched a healing business
Brian Braganza came to rural Nova Scotia and helps people find the courage to make a better world
Halifax-based reachAbility program seeks to end anger stigma
If you were to come across someone with an increased heart rate, a clenched jaw, balled fists, a furrowed brow, and flared nostrils, and tried to identify the emotion they are feeling, your mind would quickly jump to anger. But what about the person ...
STOP WISHING FOR FRIDAY: Self-awareness: moving from autopilot to consciousness
This comes up in conversation weekly. People I speak to are consistently frustrated with those they are in relationships with who are not self-aware. Sometimes they do not use these words but listening, I can tell this is what they are struggling ...
LAURA WHITMAN: Inviting diversity into our conversations
The words we choose matter. Not just for clarity, understanding, political correctness, or professionalism — but because they form the stories we tell ...
ROBYN MCNEIL: Halifax's Venus Envy helps create safe space, community
To be or not to be Long before I considered if I might be gay, I began to have the inkling, like a knot tightening deep in my stomach, that hinted that even if I wasn’t the gayest of gays, one thing was certain — I was not ...
PEI’s Island Hill Farm maybe the cutest and most inclusive place on earth
Although Island Hill Farm Inc. lives up to its reputation of #thecutestplaceonearth, there’s another moniker that is just as fitting: the most inclusive place on earth. Solely owned by Flory Sanderson, the learning farm can have about 500 ...
Canada's housing strategy helps protect the most vulnerable in society
Everyone deserves a home. That sounds like a simple statement right? Of course, people deserve a home. But, not everyone has one. In fact, 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness every year, and 1.7 million are in housing need – meaning their ...
Language needs to evolve as we do
The path to gender-neutral language Gender-neutral language is a language many of us are already fluent in, as English-speakers. Swapping out “him/her/his/hers” for “they/them/theirs” is an easy enough switch, and while ...
Gotta start somewhere: Steps toward building an inclusive workplace
Jake MacIsaac is assistant director, Dalhousie University Security Services. He focuses on promoting restorative approaches with campus stakeholders. He was part of a three-person facilitation team that oversaw the restorative justice process at ...
Meet this month’s cover artist: Shan Leigh Pomeroy
In her own words Shan Leigh Pomeroy Shan Leigh Pomeroy is a multidisciplinary visual artist with a specialization in painting and drawing. She graduated from Concordia University in Montreal with a BFA in studio art and art history. She ...
LAURA WHITMAN: The case for luxury
The big picture Tourism contributes more than $5 billion annually to the Atlantic Canadian economy, and there are a lot of people, politicians and plans invested in seeing that number grow. Tourism features prominently as one of the Atlantic ...