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  • Christmas with the Rural Mail
    Maud Lewis

    Maud Lewis (1903-1970) is one of Canada’s most celebrated folk artists. Though she lived in conditions of abject poverty and was crippled by severe arthritis, her creative imagination soared above these difficult circumstances. Sitting by the window of her tiny house near Digby, Nova Scotia, Lewis painted sunny scenes of idyllic rural life, filled with… Read More »

  • For The Record
    Wilfred P. Moore

    Born in Halifax on January 14, 1944, Wilfred P. Moore, QC is a Canadian lawyer. He received a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University in 1964 and a law degree from Dalhousie University in 1968. He was appointed to the Senate on the advice by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien on September 26,1996. He… Read More »

  • Briitish Columbia Burning
    Bethany Lindsay

    Bethany Lindsay is a B.C. journalist with more than a decade of experience reporting in Canada and around the world. She currently writes for CBC News and lives in Vancouver.

  • Murray Stenton
    Murray Stenton

    Murray Stenton is a Nova Scotia based graphic designer and illustrator. Stenton has illustrated for children’s book author, Jewel Kats…. Read More »

  • Rugged Dude Carson
    Rugged Dude Carson

    RD, the “Rugged Dude,” is a Canadian television personality and award winning writer. For ten years, he hosted and wrote a comedy- based fishing and hunting series called Officially Rugged with RD. The program was broadcast to 60 million households in seven countries for eight seasons. In 2014, RD left northwestern Ontario and moved to… Read More »

  • Maritime Melange
    Beth Weatherbee

    Beth Weatherbee teaches music and English language arts at Port Elgin Regional School. She has a broad background in performing and volunteered for many years with Showcase Productions in her hometown of Amherst, NS. She is one of the co-authors of the Camelia Airheart books which include Follow the Goose Butt, Camelia Airheart! and Take… Read More »

  • Highland Settler
    Charles W. Dunn

    Dr. Charles W. Dunn was born in the manse of Arbuthnott, Scotland, in 1915. He was the Margaret Brooks Robinson Professor of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, Emeritus. Dr. Dunn died in 2006.

  • En Attendant L'Autobus
    Melanie Légèr

    Melanie Légèr from Shediac, NB, is the author of a dozen theatre works, including Je…Adieu (Editions Prise de Parole). Working as actress, set designer and artistic director, she was a founding member of Théatre Alacenne. Her second short film, Emma Fait Son Cinéma produced by ONF Acadie, won the TV 5 prize at the Rendez-vous… Read More »