Inside One of North America's Few All-Women Biker Fests
Don't ask these women to ride bitch.
Crime & Drugs
Scion of Canadian Beer Dynasty Wails as He's Found Guilty of Father's Murder
It was a chaotic, emotional conclusion to a murder trial that exposed the private dysfunction of some of Atlantic Canada’s wealthiest elites.
How to Live, Socialize, and Date in the Maritimes, Canada's Roughest Region
Millennial ennui loses its sting after you've hung in a trailer with a 78-year-old war vet who needs your help bottling homebrew at 11:30 PM.
Drones Could Stop Ducks From Eating Mussel Farmers Out of Business
Can drones stop ravenous, seemingly unstoppable waterfowl?
Being an Oyster Shucker Makes Me Hate Happy Hour Oysters
Having spent 10 years working on an oyster farm, it pains me to see oysters, which takes five years to grow, being sold for a mere dollar a pop at happy hour.
A Swim Bladder Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
There is nothing more boring than serving beef tenderloin and mashed potatoes. Fish swim bladders are perfectly edible, nutritious, and beautifully interesting.
Atlantic Canada's Answer to the Kebab Is a Condensed Milk-Filled Beast
While it's similar to the kebab, shawarma, and gyro, the Halifax donair is in its own category of drunk food and it's the greasy gem of Canada's east coast.