< Back to Blog

Blog: Nova Scotia

  • Holding hands

    The Good Food Bus in Cape Breton

    Written by Lynne McCarron (WeavEast Fellow, Nova Scotia) Forty five years ago, my parents adopted an eighteen month old boy, a brother for their […]

  • Mark Inglis

    Pandemic Perspectives: Mark Inglis

    Mark Inglis is the Marketing and Communications Officer for the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Foundation (CBRH). CBRH Foundation is a registered charity and its primary goal […]

  • Estelle

    Pandemic Perspectives: Estelle

    Originally from France, Estelle Levangie has always known that owning her own farm was her end game. She spent her younger years living and […]

  • Pandemic Perspectives: Boyd MacNeil

    Boyd MacNeil Boyd MacNeil always knew that music would be a big part of his life. The youngest sibling in a musical family, Boyd […]

  • narrative project wayside

    Nourished by These Stories

    Midway Reflections on the Narrative Project by Susan Szpakowski, Orchestrator of How We THRIVE “A people are as healthy and confident as the stories they […]

  • Rising Tide Ally Centre

    One act of kindness or safe place at a time

    The desire to make a difference – even in a small way – is such an incredible thing, although it’s often snuffed out by harsh realities and tough situations. For Northside resident Angie Rudderham, that could so easily have been the narrative.