March 26 blizzard

The calendar says it's spring, but the forecast says Nova Scotians will be shovelling March 26 as a large winter storm is expected to hit the province. 

Click here for a slideshow of photos from the storm and its aftermath.

March 26 blizzard
Karla Kelly

The Department of Highways plow makes its way up the Lent Road as it battles the high winds while working to keep the Weymouth and area highways cleared.

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Susan
- July 28, 2015
- 19 h 00

Just for the record - there were NO HOTEL rooms available due to all the cancelled flights and there were NO VEHICLES on the road so we made a slow trek home with no risk of anyone on the roads hitting us.

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Russell Wangersky's 10 day, 10 festival tour July 07, 2015

Eastern Passages columnist Russell Wangersky spends 10 days on the road through Nova Scotia and Prince Edward island talking to people who host and attend our many community festivals.
Read the stories here and follow his journey by map courtesy of one of our readers, David MacLean with the GIS faculty at the Nova Scotia Community College Centre of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown, N.S.

See the map bit.ly/10Days10Festivals

Contact Russell at  russell.wangersky@tc.tc

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Follow columnist Russell Wangersky's festival tour by map courtesy of one of our readers, David MacLean with the GIS faculty at the Nova Scotia Community College Centre of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown, N.S.
Class of 2015 July 01, 2015

Stories and photos from the senior proms and graduations in western Nova Scotia high schools.

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Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School's 2015 graduation held June 29.