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Get creative with Christmas projects right at home
A gift to anticipate
Sewing love, cheer into every stitch
Island of inspiration: Artist Adam Young paints vibrant scenes of East ...
Rooted in Christmas tree traditions
Holiday help at the ready
Recipes for the holidays
Decor, function go hand in hand with this DIY holiday project
Must-watch holiday movies
This rum cake tastes like redemption
BRIAN HODDER: The time is now to demand change to Canada's first-past-the-post system
EDITORIAL: Atlantic premiers should follow Manitoba's lead and appeal to workers fed up with Quebec's Bill 21
EDITORIAL: Shortchanging employees
LETTER: Standing up for our fishery
JIM VIBERT: Nursing home residents homeless in hospital
LETTER: Why is Newfoundland and Labrador so poor?
As a reasonably intelligent person, it boggles the mind to find an answer to such a simple question. We once had the largest and richest fishing ground in the world. We have oil, natural gas, silver, gold, lead, copper, nickel and zinc, ...
LETTER: Rooms with a view worth preserving
I write regarding the rezoning application for 66-68 Queen’s Rd. in St. Johns, the Parish Lane residences proposal. At a public meeting held on Nov. 27th, the board of directors of The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador asked St. ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Losing sight of the stars
I thought a motel dedicated to clowns was odd enough. Odd and strangely frightening, even. But another one of Tonopah, Nevada’s tourism claims to fame seemed odder still: “Have you ever seen the Milky Way?” Because I have ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: CBRM's nighttime parade ban causes dilemma
Attention residents of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM). We could have a dilemma on our hands. A recent decision by our regional council has many of our children worried. They fear that Santa won’t be able to visit homes this ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Christmas festivals in CBRM may be better option than parades
We have all heard the rants over the recent Christmas parade held in Sydney and I’m sure most, if not all, would agree that the parade was not up to standard in comparison to Christmas parades we have had in the past. I believe the whole ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Daytona a mecca for antique car lovers
After reading about November being a big month for the Cape Breton Antique and Custom Car Club, and the story of the couple waiting 20 years for the exact car they wanted (‘Treasure on Wheels’, Cape Breton Post, Nov. 23), I decided to ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Pro-choice argument’s ‘haughty tone’ earns rebuttal
As the target of a scurrilous tirade launched following my Nov. 5 letter published in the Cape Breton Post, I would like to respond to its author, Jill Ellsworth (‘My body, my choice,’ Cape Breton Post, Nov. 22.) The haughty tone, ...
LETTER: Haters in search of a crime
A transcript of the July 25, 2019 telephone conversation between U.S. President Donald Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky was recently released and made available for anyone to peruse. While some have attempted to read into it things ...
EDITORIAL: Scheer struggles to survive political predators
If you have even a sliver of non-partisan humanity inside you, you’ve got to be getting a little bit uncomfortable about the latest show in Ottawa. Politics may well be a rough-and-tumble game, but watching the slow-motion immolation of ...
JIM VIBERT: Nova Scotia government’s credibility on the line with Northern Pulp decision
The Nova Scotia government has been adamant all along that “the science” will determine whether it approves Northern Pulp’s plan to treat the mill’s chemical brew on-site and then pour the wastewater into the Northumberland ...