Who remembers that Danny Graham as a StFX student, when he was the President of the Students’ Union and Residence Director of MacDonald House on lower campus? Watch the video for a glimpse of his X ring.
A man and his dog, both wearing masks, walk along a small alley on a hazy day in Beijing. China’s capital raised its four-tiered alert system to “orange” for the first time on February 20, 2015. (REUTERS/Legal Evening/Liu Chang) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhIZ50HKIp0 http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-march-4-2015-1.2981015/under-the-dome-confronts-china-s-dire-air-pollution-crisis-1.2981025 Chai Jing, the filmmaker of Under the Dome, is interviewed on CBC Radio’s The […]
http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/Shows/More+Shows/Land+and+Sea/ID/2645849603/ This first episode of CBC’s Land and Sea, broadcast on January 4, 2015 and entitled Come From Away, is tagged as “Sometimes it takes a ‘come from away’ to breathe new life into struggling rural communities.” The Maritime communities this episode focuses on include: Little Sand, Prince Edward Island (PEI); Inverness, Cape Breton; and […]
Main Street, Antigonish, c 1950. Photograph Courtesy of Mary Rose Wong This photo was taken from an upper floor of a building on the South Side of Main Street. Any speculations? Many of the photos in Mary Rose’s collection were taken by her mother, Molly Wong. Her unusual perspective allows us to see […]
Lochaber Lake, 1916, Notman Studios, Courtesy of Nova Scotia Public Archives
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ys5SVsTvh70&list=UUm1SjUVQthHMC1uXwkGs4Xw Here is my effort to capture on YouTube the rehearsal of the script for the Walk with Colonel Timothy Hierlihy, the 1784 Founder of Antigonish. Click on the link above. Our wonderful videographer and AHA! supporter provided all these images. Thank you, Denise and what a perfect day for an autumn walk.. […]
Apple Blossom Time, early 1900s. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Joe Fraser.
“Charlie Hughie” in action, 1916. Courtesy of Bart Sears, C. J. MacGillivray Album, and Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald
Adrian Van Berkel and Adrian Van de Sande examine the turnips crop, Salt Springs, 1957. Courtesy of Toosje Van de Sande. Restoration: Jeff Parker Dorothy Lander and John Graham-Pole in conversation with Toosje and Casey Van de Sande, June 27, 2014. Casey: We grew turnips for ourselves but also for the cattle. Casey gave us […]
Billy Colin MacDonald, mother bear and two cubs, source of food and income ($50 bounty on pelts), James River, early 1950s. Courtesy of Mary Lillian MacDonald. Restoration: Jeff Parker. Dorothy Lander in conversation with Mary Lillian MacDonald, June 30, 2014. I remember when this happened. We ate the meat. […]