It was a rare opportunity to celebrate athletic achievement by the Pictou County Senior Rugby Club.
The classic animated film Shrek is coming to Pictou County in the form of a stage performance that enhances the story with music, humour and dance.
John Soosaar and I have crossed paths many times during the last 65 years – from our school days in New Glasgow, through our decades in the journalism world, to the publication of his riveting book about his family’s escape from war-torn Europe.
Courtney Malcolm says he’s pleased his granddaughter, Courtnay Malcolm, has entered St. Francis Xavier University’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Delays and more wet weather could not dampen the enthusiasm of 30 teams and individuals to raise more than $300,000 last Thursday during the 2022 Summer Street golf scramble.
One hundred years ago – in October 1922 – a group of sports-minded individuals from Antigonish, Pictou and Colchester counties put their heads together and created a regional hockey league.
During the last two weeks, I was devastated and heartbroken, passing through the whole gamut of human emotion while one of my dearest friends was losing a brief battle against a dreaded medical foe in a hospital on the other side of the ocean.
Pictou County’s Special Olympics athletes enjoyed their share of success recently during the Special Olympics Nova Scotia 2022 Summer Games in Antigonish.
With a scheduled Canadian Football League game at Acadia University this weekend – the Toronto Argonauts hosting the Saskatchewan Roughriders – I’ve been thinking about one man.
It’s time to call Blayre Turnbull what she is, what she affectionately became as a member of Canada’s gold medal women’s hockey team at the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.
Every springtime, for almost half a century, my thoughts focused back on my native Pictou County – and it has nothing to do with my personal memories of warm weather and walking barefoot on the sands of Lighthouse Beach in Pictou Landing.