Little Crescent development shows regulations overdue
If the public meeting organized by concerned citizens about the private development of “Little Crescent” is any indication, the provincial Coastal Protection Act regulations are long overdue in the estimation of our coastal communities.
National Volunteer Week, April 16 -22, is a time to honour those in the community who give generously of their time and expect nothing in return. To mark the occasion, we spoke to four dedicated volunteers in the region.
The Mall Is Still The Best Place To Kill 30-40 Minutes In Bridgewater
For decades, the Bridgewater Mall has been a place you can rely on to kill some time. (Except of course, for that fateful day in October 2001 when it was shut down early because a dusty box in Zellers was mistaken for anthrax).
We’re only at Vol 1. No. 3 and are still figuring out the direction of our work, but from now on, all activities associated with the creation and distribution of this publication are under The Lunenburg Barnacle Publishing Cooperative Limited.
Imagine two-and-a-half hours on a Monday morning dedicated to knitting and felting, enjoying a leisurely cup of tea with fresh-baked cakes or cookies and the gentle instruction of the master milliner, Anna Shoub, the “Hat Junkie” of Lunenburg.
Flipping through 1938’s “World’s Best Recipes By 500 of the World’s Best Cooks”, a single line in a recipe instantly carried me back to my Aunty Marie’s kitchen in childhood. The ingredient line read: “one square of baking chocolate, melted in a half a cup of boiling water”.
Congratulations on the Lunenburg Barnacle. Your comments on the new names for Lunenburg locations were welcome and informative. Paul Labrador’s story is extraordinary. The establishment of his name reminds us […]