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This weekend is one of the busiest of the year in woodlots across the Maritimes as Christmas tree growers scramble to fill orders from all over North America. Bruce Perry, a tree grower from Alberta, returns to New Brunswick in mid-November every year for ... ( read original story ...)
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Scrooges, look away now: the Christmas advertising onslaught is upon us once more. With just five weeks to go, our screens have been over-run by dancing reindeer, singing Santas and slushily sentimental family scenes. Competition is fiercer than ever, with ... ( read original story ...)
The coordinator of a Christmas charity drive for Island residents with mental health issues says a declining stigma means more people are in need of the annual gift campaign. The White Cross Christmas campaign, run by the Canadian Mental Health Association ... ( read original story ...)
With the winter weather finally upon us, you may be looking for a few entertaining ideas to round out your weekend — and this time of year, you have no lack of choices. CBC's The Homestretch director Tracy Fuller has a round-up of ideas for you. ( read original story ...)
Jack Julian is a data journalist in the Halifax newsroom. This is a new position, and he's excited about it. He likes surprises in his stories. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @jackjulian The Nova Scotia government spent $242,000 last year in its ... ( read original story ...)
The City of Kitchener's 2016 Christmas tree may cause drivers to double-take on Tuesday as a 10-metre cut spruce on a trailer wends its way to City Hall. Tuesday, Nov. 22 a fresh-cut tree will make the trek from Dinison Cres. to its downtown King Street ... ( read original story ...)