Dorothy Moore

Sister Dorothy Moore (CSM, CM, ONS), a Mi’kmaw Elder, was born in 1933 in Membertou. She attended Indian Day School and is a survivor of the Shubenacadie Indian Residential School. […]

Jessica Ilse

Jessica Ilse is a communications professional who moonlights as a freelance writer. She lives in Halifax by way of Cape Sable Island, and has a journalism degree from the University […]

Jeff Cox

Jeff Cox is the author of the bestselling My Home Nova Scotia and I Love Maine books. He is a proud Newfoundlander, a long-time resident of Nova Scotia and a […]

Keith G. Brown

Keith G. Brown (PhD) is former Vice President, International and Aboriginal Affairs and holds the Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies at Cape Breton University. His professional and academic […]

Joseph Howard Sherman

Joseph Howard Sherman was a Jewish Canadian poet and visual arts editor. He was the author of nine books of poetry including Beautiful Veins, published by Acorn Press. He was […]

Lenore Zann

Award-winning actor Lenore Zann has performed in theatrical productions across North America and in Europe with hundreds of credits in film, TV, radio, theatre, and animation, including her original one-woman […]

Bee Stanton

Bee Stanton is an artist and designer based outside of Halifax, NS. Her work ranges anywhere from logos to children’s illustration to fine art. She’s worked with clients both locally […]

Darce Fardy

Darce Fardy (1932?2022) was a long-time reporter, producer, and head of current affairs with CBC Television. His “retirement” after almost forty years with the CBC did not last long. Over […]

Lori McKay

Lori McKay holds a journalism degree and an MFA in Creative Non-fiction from the University of King’s College. She worked as a magazine and newspaper editor for more than twenty […]

Susan LeBlanc

Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Susan LeBlanc worked as a newspaper and magazine journalist for twenty years. She later taught journalism at the University of King’s College. In 2018, she […]