GAIL LETHBRIDGE: Griping about ‘youth today’ is a rite of passage
A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
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Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
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P.E.I. Council of People with Disabilities: Plastic straw ban a 'systemic barrier'
Big brawl in Little Harbour over lobster fishing grounds
Inuit land protectors arrested on Parliament Hill
Almost 3,000 Nova Scotians may be victims of medical records privacy breach, says NSHA
St. John’s man finds 220-year-old Spanish coin in pile of dirt
Clarenville Middle School teacher receives Loran Teachers Building Leaders award
Keeping couples apart ‘cruel.’ Halifax WWII veteran separated from wife in her last days
Her husband was her entire world and Irene McCabe wanted nothing more than to be with the Second World War veteran in her final days. They had been married seven decades but separated for the last five years since John McCabe was provided a bed in ...
Liberals and Conservatives tied in Atlantic Canada while federal Green support surges: poll
The federal Liberals and Conservatives are in a statistical tie in Atlantic Canada, while support for the Green party grows, according to the results of a new poll. The results, based on Narrative Research’s quarterly survey of 1,500 adult ...
Halifax air gunner had bird’s-eye view of D-Day
Russell Hubley had a bird’s-eye view of the chaos and carnage that was D-Day. “We saw the troops going into the water and some of them never got to shore,” said Hubley, a sergeant and air gunner with the Royal Canadian Air ...
Dartmouth veteran's first combat mission was D-Day invasion
Second World War battles still rage intermittently in the uncluttered mind of 98-year-old veteran Havelyn Chiasson. “I wake up at night dreaming about it, I still do,” said Chiasson, alertly recounting from the comfort of his Portland ...
‘Sight of our boys being blown up ... wouldn’t leave my mind:’ Bedford veteran, author
It was the noise. The unrelenting, ear-splitting, mind-scrambling noise. That noise is indelibly forged in Fred Turnbull’s memory 75 years after he manned the bow of the landing craft that brought Chaudiere regiment troops to Juno Beach ...
59th Newfoundland Heavy Regiment was eager to do its part
On D-Day in 1944, it was a waiting game for George Thomas Hudson and his fellow members of the 59th Newfoundland Heavy Regiment, Royal Artillery. The regiment was still in England, anxiously waiting for deployment across the English Channel, to ...
‘It was noisy as the devil,’ says St. John’s torpedo man
From his position on the deck of the Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Tracker, Charles Starkes could hear the unnerving drone of thousands of planes racing across the sky over the English Channel for the coast of France on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The ...
12 North Nova Scotia Highlanders murdered at Abbaye d’Ardenne
On June 7 and 8, 1944, just hours after the D-Day invasion, 18 Canadian soldiers were executed by German troops of the 25th Panzer Grenadier Regiment, ...
STORY MAP: Follow the D-Day experience of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders
D-DAY AT 75: Remembering the heroes and sacrifices of Atlantic Canada: VIDEO: The road to D-Day Why a school in France is named for a Pictou soldier U-boat hunter Roderick Deon returns to Juno Beach for D-Day Sound of gunfire rang in ...
North Nova Scotia Highlanders at the sharp end of D-Day invasion
They were innocent, fresh-faced rural kids not far removed from school, the sons of farmers, fishermen and miners. And the big, wide world beckoned. “It was a big deal when you are 16, 17 or 18, and you were going to Europe, you were ...