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Mira Stitch ‘n Post in Marion Bridge has built a quilting community
Once Jacquie Gillis boots up the Husqvarna Viking Designer Epic 2, it’s apparent that this isn’t your grandmother’s sewing machine. The side of the device includes a touch pad that gives access to a host of options. The machine ...
Sherwood Park Blazers post win in soccer playoffs
The Sherwood Park Blazers blanked the Whitney Pier Memorial Mustangs 3-0 in the opening game of their girls ‘B’ middle school soccer playoff series on Tuesday at Neville Park. Carly Baldwin, Beth MacInnis and Serenity Verret scored in ...
VIDEO/SLIDESHOW: Riders hit the dirt track for racing at Loch Lomond
About 75 riders flung mud around turns and got some major air time during the Loch Lomond Race Series at the Loch Lomond Motocross track on Sept. 15. The riders range in age from four to 53 and many of the racers compete on the Maritime circuit. ...
VIDEO: Siawi-l'nui'sultinej: in the international year of Indigenous languages, steps being taken to preserve Mi’kmaq in Unama’ki
Editor’s note: The Mi’kmaq headline translates to 'Let us continue to speak Mi'kmaq,' quoted from Alexander Denny, the former Kji-keptin (Grand Captain) of the Sante' Mawiomi, Grand Council and traditional governance body ...