Still, Dan says, follow these few tips to stay safe. By Dan Savage fakedansavage Q: According to reports, it appears Weber met a guy on Craigslist for “violent sex,” and the guy stabbed Weber to death. If you have these kinds of fantasies Weber wanted to be bound and abused you’re better off doing it with someone you trust and not some random trick off the internet. No one should die trying to fulfill a desire. First, I extend my sincerest condolences to George Weber’s family and friends.
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Western Lunenburg County was shared by aboriginal Mi’kmaq people before the first European settlers arrived. In an interview, George Michael Wile — and his wife Lucinda Hirtle Wile, the first European settlers in the Waterloo area, spoke about the early days of the settlement when “Indians” camped on a brook in the area, “catching otter , mink , and other animals for fur” DesBrisay, Some time before , when early deeds show transfers of land in the community, the first settlers received large land grants of 50 to acre parcels from Great Britain before and around the time of Canadian Confederation.
As for the Germans and likely the Swiss , Judge Debrisay quotes a number of stereotypes and impressions that developed and existed of the first German immigrants up to , at least years after their arrival.
Sep 03, · From Nova Scotia if the fish are off Souris or North Lake it’s well over an hour. It’s windy quite often and that trek can be a wet one from PEI let alone from the main land. I have been 3 times and prefer to fly in to Charlottetown instead of drive up from Nova Scotia.
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Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Field Encounter The two best birds seen during the recent pelagic trip out of Pubnico were two Long-tailed Jaegers and an Audubon’s Shearwater, but the latter was only confidently identified two days later. A small black and white shearwater was seen at 8: It flew off as we approached and landed nearby; another approach allowed more photos, and then the bird was off for good.
In all, the encouter lasted about 3 minutes and 23 seconds. Photo by Alix d’Entremont. Some of the birders looked through their binoculars while others including me madly snapped away at it with their cameras.
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At first Durand was optimistic about his parishioners’ desire to leave. But the British authorities increased the obstacles, and the French authorities showed little inclination to respect the wonderful promises made by their agents. In reality the Acadians did not want to leave their land if freedom of religion and property rights were guaranteed them.
Neither did they want to take the oath of allegiance to the British King.
The Scotian Shelf and Bay of Fundy fishing area is located off the eastern shores of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, running from the northern tip of Cape Breton to the United States-New Brunswick border.
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Jul 02, · Nova Scotia is not just an Ocean Playground, in fact, there are endless interior adventures waiting to happen just outside the city limits. Follow Noah as he.
He took me out to Evangeline Beach during the annual shorebird migration and I was hooked for life on this most genteel of pastimes. Back then you could get a permit to land on the largest island and I well remember my grandfather and I getting absolutely covered with bird droppings as we made our way up the steep banks with what seemed like millions of seabirds swirling overhead. The boat is the Puffin Express which was built specifically for traversing these waters.
The first thing of note is rather sad. On the other side of the channel I fail to see two bald eagles sitting in a cluster of dead trees at the top of a cliff, but most others do. Bird Islands Nova Scotia has a lot to do with that as we are about to find out. As we pass through the end of the channel the Puffin Express is rocked by some serious waves that are the result of the treacherous tidal currents in this area, but soon we are in Sydney Bight with the islands dead ahead.
All around are brightly covered buoys marking lobster traps below and there are numerous fishermen out on their Cape Islanders hauling traps. The captain explains that whales are rare in the area because the water is not that deep and only an abundance of food would draw the whale into these waters. That is apparent as there are a number areas where the birds are in a frenzy on or just above the water. They are after capelin or sea smelts which is one of the principal foods of the birds we are hoping to see today.
As we pass by Cape Dauphin Captain Van Schaik tells us the tales of the legendary ferrymen who allegedly once haunted these waters by posing as simple fishermen and then overwhelming and murdering the crews of passing ships.
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On one side of the land bridge thrives a healthy population of more than 25, moose; on the other, numbers have dwindled to as few as All moose face poaching, parasites, climate change and habitat loss. But unlike their neighbours, Nova Scotia moose were dealt an unlucky geographical hand. But the corridor is increasingly a pinch-point for travelling wildlife: How crop monocultures are threatening our food supply This spring, the NCC procured three new properties totalling 95 hectares as part of an ongoing campaign to create a haven of protected forests and wetlands on the isthmus.
Their running total now stands at more than 1, hectares.
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Cape Breton Home of our Hearts The tragedy behind Moxham Castle Family gradually lost interst in ill-fated structure When Helen Moxham arrived in Sydney, in the spring of , her beloved castle was waiting for her. She had left a comfortable life in Ohio, and followed her husband Arthur to Nova Scotia, because he was appointed general manager of the Dominion Iron and Steel Company. Also in Sydney were their four grown children, two sons and two daughters.
The boys, Tom and Egbert, both worked at the new steel plant, under the supervision of their father. Tom was the supervisor in charge of construction, as there were several parts of the huge plant that were not yet finished. He and his wife Ellen also lived on Kings Road, in a new house that had been built for them by Arthur Moxham. Little more than one year later, in June of , tragedy struck the Moxham family when Tom was killed while working at the steel plant.
While supervising a construction project in the rail yard, he was accidentally run over by a train.
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As the heart of the storm passes over Nova Scotia, the barometric pressure is expected to drop near the lowest levels ever recorded in this province. What a rush With pressure dropping, frigid air will rush in from the north and west, and churn with warmer air from the east. Gusts could reach to between and kilometres an hour along the Atlantic Coast.
And that will make Grove so excited.
A large day-use park with shoreline access to the warmest salt water in Nova Scotia. Sandy beach on one side, rocky on the other. Some winter recreation opportunities such .
Spend an afternoon in Cheticamp and learn to hook! This picturesque region is framed by the Appalachian mountain range on the southeast and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the northwest — beautiful vistas which have inspired artists and crafters for hundreds of years. Among them, the traditional Cape Breton rug hookers. Wool or rag rugs, made by stretching burlap on a frame and using a curved-tipped nail with a wooden handle to pull the rag or wool through the holes, was originally done by necessity — to use as rugs to cover cold winter floors, or to barter with local travelling salesmen.
Over time, however, these once-utilitarian rugs have become recognized as works of art, and those who create them as highly recognized artists. Today, upon entering Cheticamp visitors are greeted with a sign that reads: Open from mid-May to mid-October, the Visitor Information Centre provides information on local history, culture and the Acadian way of life. The Hooked Rug and Homelife Museum has a collection of hundreds of antiques once used in the daily life of Cheticamp settlers, and follows the history of the area with that of the evolution of hooked rugs.
Visitors can view an array of contemporary and traditional hooked tapestries created by local craftspeople as well as masterpieces by LeFort. And they offer rug hooking lessons for locals and tourists, so you can start a path to making your own creation.