The Annual General Meeting for Coastal Community Radio Cooperative Limited will held Thursday April 27, 6:00pm at the YMCA Enterprise Centre 106 Reserve Street Glace Bay. This meeting is open to members and shareholders of Coastal Community Radio Cooperative Limited.
-Low on wrapping paper? Use a potato chip bag to wrap gifts. Pour the chips into a large ziplock bag. Flip the chip bag inside out and wipe off food crumbs before wrapping the gift. The finished product looks shiny and sleek. It’s also an eco-friendly way to save paper.
-Here’s another eco-friendly trick for when you’re low on paper. Wrap gifts in old scraps of fabric. This is also known as furoshiki, a traditional Japanese gift wrapping technique.
-Recycle paper grocery bags as gift wrap. Not only is it easy and cheap, but it also gives your gifts a rustic style.
Heritage Day is an annual reminder of our province’s storied past and an opportunity to honour the remarkable people, places and events that have contributed to our unique heritage.
Nova Scotia Heritage Day will give Nova Scotian’s an opportunity to celebrate our collective cultural heritage and the contributions of all Nova Scotians
2016: Joseph Howe worked as a journalist and politician. He ran the Novascotian newspaper from 1828, and brought responsible government to Nova Scotia in 1848 as premier.
By Francis P. Church, first published in The New York Sun in 1897.
I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, “If you see it in The Sun, it’s so.” Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus?
Runs Oct. 19-23rd.
Tim Chaisson (born September 6, 1986) is a Canadian singer/songwriter from Souris, (Sur ree) Prince Edward Island. He is also a world-class traditional fiddle player and is featured performing fiddle along with guitar, mandolin, and piano.