ISSUE: Global Warming is NOT Killing Bay of Fundy Herring and Invertebrates

The current herring and invertebrate deaths along the Nova Scotia shore of the Bay of Fundy have folks speculating about cause. One of the persistent claims is that global warming is creating high temperatures in the waters of the Gulf of … Continue reading

COMMUNITY: The Commons – Nine women who took charge and work to develop Eastport, ME

There are a number of good things happening in the City of Eastport, Maine, including several that are being driven by 9 progressive women from the area. Together they have developed properties and businesses that are surviving the test of time. … Continue reading

Split Rock – The Spirit of Quoddy

They will forget their old laws; they will barter their country for baubels. Then will disease eat the life from their blood. (Hanisse’ono, The Evil One, from Iroquois legend) Passamaquoddy Bay, Split Rock emerges from the beach a short walk … Continue reading

TOURISM: Is it time for St. Andrews and Charlotte County to take a fresh look at Cruise Ships?

The arrival of the cruise ship “The World” in Passamaquoddy waters this week opens up the subject of the future of the cruise ship industry here. Certainly the efforts of developers at Eastport and St. Andrews are to be applauded. … Continue reading

HISTORY: Rum Running from the French Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon

My Island relatives did this. Did yours? One way or the other you won’t want to miss: TV DOCUMENTARY EXPLORES ATLANTIC CANADA’S ROLE IN PROHIBITION Halifax, Nova Scotia – February 7, 2012 – Adventure, danger, fast money. Sounds like the script for … Continue reading