Gleaning knowledge

Gleaning knowledge

By Shannon Courtney Originally printed in Salty, Vol. 1, Issue 1, October 2016, saltyisland.com. Reprinted with permission. What do knitting, glee...

Why We Love Manitoba

Why We Love Manitoba

From flapper pie to snorkelling with belugas, this province is full of surprises—and dill pickle vodka!  Despite growing up in one of Manitoba’s...

Small Ponds featuring Colleen Jones

Small Ponds featuring Colleen Jones

Your name? Colleen Jones. Home (or adopted) town? Halifax, Nova Scotia. Population? We are the ultimate little big town: around...

Skating Rink – ’Tis the Season

Skating Rink – ’Tis the Season

It’s 11 p.m., bitterly cold outside, and the snow has stopped after three or four hours of accumulation. A sensible person would be heading to bed...

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A Postcard from Fogo Island, Newfoundland

A Postcard from Fogo Island, Newfoundland

By: Sandra Murphy (with an intro from Jules Torti, Editor-in-Chief) The editor’s inbox is an ever-flowing stream of requests for long lost ginger...

Small Ponds featuring Hayley Wickenheiser

Small Ponds featuring Hayley Wickenheiser

Your name? Hayley Wickenheiser. Home (or adopted) town? Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. Population? 20,000. Years in residence? 12. Where do you live...

Small Ponds featuring Calvin Vollrath

Small Ponds featuring Calvin Vollrath

Your name? Calvin Vollrath. Home (or adopted) town? St. Paul, Alberta. Population? 5,000. Years in residence? 18 years. Where do you live now? St....

Hope River Farm, P.E.I.

Hope River Farm, P.E.I.

By Terry Dawes Reprinted with permission from Salty, Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2017, saltyisland.com Nancy Sanderson’s 98-year-old grandmother...

Resurrecting the Ark

Resurrecting the Ark

  It’s often what you accidentally stumble upon that ends up being the highlight of a vacation. Even the most rigidly researched trip might...

Guilt-free drinking

Guilt-free drinking

Winemakers are finding themselves smack dab in the middle of curious times. Wine drinkers are becoming more proactive in their choices and brand...

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