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Cape Breton Anticipates Banner Year for Tourism

Jun 13, 2017

It's shaping up to be a banner tourism season on Cape Breton. Some operators are reporting higher numbers through the spring, and others say bookings have been coming in earlier and in greater numbers than prior years. "All indicators are that it's going to be a very strong sea...

10 Essential East Coast Experiences

Jun 13, 2017

"Famous for its warm hospitality and incredible beauty, Canada’s east coast is a must-see for its unique experiences. Escape from the day-to-say with a revitalizing journey through Canada’s magical Maritime provinces. Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia Home to an abundanc...

Bring a Paddle to Travel the Latest Cape Breton Link in the Trans Canada Trail

Jun 12, 2017

"You won't need your hiking boots for Cape Breton's newest trail but you might want to bring a paddle. The Bras d'Or Lakes water trail is now officially open. "What we're hoping is that the water trail on the Bras d'Or Lakes will bring more awareness ...

Canada 150 Signs Popping Up Across the Maritimes

Jun 10, 2017

The countdown to Canada's 150th birthday has been well underway for a few months, and with only a couple weeks before July 1, finishing touches are being put on what could be some of the biggest Canada Day events ever seen. A 3D Canada 150 sign has been installed in Fredericton, as well as...

The American Dream Has Moved to Canada

Mar 8, 2017

"From the very moment of its creation, Americans have always imagined their country to be a beacon of opportunity for the world. Thomas Jefferson lit that torch when he wrote in the Declaration of Independence that all men have the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness&...

Travel Blogger says Moncton is the Place To Be

Mar 8, 2017

“Canadian travel blogger Andrew Gunadie never expected Moncton to be fun. When he visited the city last October, he booked only one night at a local hotel at first because everyone told him it's just a place to pass through, he said. But after exploring the area and talking t...

Taste of Winter Festival in Cape Breton

Feb 10, 2017

“Taste of Winter will feature more than 30 activities in many different areas across the Cape Breton Regional Municipality. The full lineup of events is expected to be released next week, but it will include indoor and outdoor activities as well as things intended to appeal to people of...

Trump isnít the only factor making Atlantic real estate attractive to Americans

Jan 22, 2017

“A Trump “bump” may be giving Nova Scotia real estate a bit of an edge. But tirekickers alone don’t make a land rush and experts say the newly-inaugurated “Cheeto in Chief” isn’t the only factor at play in a national marketplace the federal government is ...

Surfers Hoping Waves Will Co-operate for Schooner Cliffs Surf Classic

Sep 15, 2016

"Surfers are hoping for a lucky break next month near Donkin, Cape Breton. A new surf competition, the Schooner Cliffs Surf Classic, will be held in early October at Schooner Pond Cove. Prize money totaling $2,000 will be up for grabs. Local surfing enthusiasts say the location is idea...

Nova Scotia Winemakers Ready to Toast 2016 Growing Season

Sep 15, 2016

"Winery owner Sean Sears is both excited and anxious about the coming weeks. His Petite Rivière vineyard has been blessed with ideal growing conditions this summer, and the hot, dry weather has produced a bumper crop. He estimates his vines have produced 30 percent more fruit. &...

Celtic Colours Festival Getting Ready to Celebrate 20 Years

Sep 15, 2016

"Twenty years ago, a gamble was made on a Celtic music festival that sprawled out all over Cape Breton at a time of year when some of its performers would have been home setting up their winter touring schedules. Since those early days, the Celtic Colours International Festival has grown ...

Amazing Race Canada Puts Spotlight on Cape Breton

Sep 15, 2016

"S-h-h-h-h. It was supposed to be a secret. So, there I was, minding my own business as I trudged along Keltic Drive one cold night in May. I was taking the dog for a walk and had made it about as far as the Celtic Creatures dog park when a big and shiny new, dark car slowed down on the e...

Canada's Next Great Wine Region is Nova Scotia

Jun 17, 2016

"Past the rocky, ocean-battered coastline of Nova Scotia is an unlikely tale of success: a burgeoning wine industry producing palate-pleasers that connoisseurs say can rival what Champagne, France, has to offer. Winemakers in the lush heartland of Nova Scotia's wine industry, the Anna...

Haskap Berries Ė The Superfruit You Donít Know About

May 20, 2016

"Haskap berries might be the next new superfood – but most people haven’t heard of them. That’s because the berries, which are higher in antioxidants than blueberries, have traditionally been found only sporadically in the wild across Canada, growing mostly on the edge o...

Five Hidden Vacation Gems from Across Canada

May 20, 2016

"In 2012, I moved to Canada from Britain and since then have been crisscrossing this gorgeous nation, soaking up its beauty from coast to coast to coast. Canadians often say to me that I’ve been to more places in their country than they have, and I always reply that’s such a sham...

Halifax Voted One of the Least Snobby Cities in the World

Apr 17, 2016

"For solo and extroverted travelers looking to meet new people and befriend the locals, consider destinations like Galway, Ireland or Nova Scotia, Canada, some of the top places for making friends abroad. That's according to travel experts at Cheapflights, who compiled a list of the b...

Cape Breton if Donald Trump Wins?

Apr 17, 2016

 "For Americans contemplating fleeing to Canada if Donald Trump wins the presidency, Rob Calabrese has a message for you.  The Sydney, N.S., radio host launched a website on Monday — Presidents Day in the U.S., fittingly — called Cape Breton if Donald Trump wins. ...

North Riverside Subdivision

Welcome to the North Riverside Subdivision, conveniently located between the lovely east coast communities of Boylston and Guysborough in scenic Nova Scotia, Canada. Choose from ten lots ranging in size from 2.32 acres to 3.45 acres with unique features like panoramic views of Milford Haven River, treed lots dotted with mature maple, spruce, fir, and evergreen, and lots with brook frontage.
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