Lyme talk draws crowd searching for answers

Nearly 400 people heard from American doctors about Lyme disease and how to treat it during a series of Lyme talks on Friday at the Pictou County Wellness Centre. About 300 people crowded the community room that evening to hear presentations by Dr. Richard Dubocq from Maine and Dr. Marty Ross from Texas. Dubocq and...

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Qi Gong Therapy

“During my time at the temple, I witnessed amazing feats of Qigong. Seemingly impossible things that you only read about in books.” Charley McBride is a Qigong instructor and iractitioner. She discovered a true connection with the practice in 2005 and experimented with different forms and teachers before going on to spend seven years in...

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Antigonish residents to hold snap action against Kinder Morgan buyout at MP Sean Fraser’s office

ANTIGONISH– Today, Antigonish residents will gather outside MP Sean Fraser’s office in Antigonish to express their shock and outrage at the Trudeau government’s plan to purchase the Kinder Morgan pipeline for $4.5 billion. Organizers plan to deliver petitions signed by more than 100,000 people opposing the Kinder Morgan pipeline and urging the federal government not...

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First cruise ship of the season

Dwight MacDonald, a member of the Northumberland Fisheries Museum’s board of directors, spent time volunteering at the museum on Wednesday during the arrival of passengers from the Pearl Seas cruise ship that docked in Pictou for the day. Seated from the left are Jim and Peggy Crew from Texas, who are among the cruise ship’s...

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