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Sara Connors

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C.B. Mi'kmaq community helping Attawapiskat First Nation overcome suicide attempts

A Maritime Mi'kmaq community is offering a helping hand to the Attawapiskat First Nation as it tries to overcome a rash of suicide attempts that are drawing national concern. Eskasoni First Nation had a suicide crisis of its own in 2009 when a rash of young people took their own lives in the span of weeks.

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Trendy's Clothing is successful for many reasons | The Casket

When Michelle MacDonald was in her early 20s, she promised herself she'd own her own business before she was 30. Not only did MacDonald open Trendy's Clothing store by the time she was 29, but she's been able to stay in business

Shipwreck hunter dreams of finding passenger ferry torpedoed by Nazis off the coast of Port aux...

A Newfoundland shipwreck society may soon go looking for the wreckage of one of Newfoundland's most devastating civilian casualties during the Second World War. Neil Burgess, president of the Shipwreck Preservation Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (SPSNL), said if the society can secure funding, it may be able to go looking for the remains of the SS Caribou in just a few years.

Extreme canoe trip through the Labrador's interior challenging for outdoor enthusiasts | The...

By Sara Connors The SaltWire Network It was a canoe trip that almost resulted in its partakers being air evacuated - three times, to be exact. Despite one member contracting a debilitating case of suspected dysentery, another breaking his tooth to the pulp, and rapids almost folding one of the group's two canoes in half, four outdoor enthusiasts persevered, travelling through Labrador's remote wilderness on an "extreme" canoe trip this past summer.

Kentville woman's mobile hair service gets rave reviews from autism community | Truro News

KENTVILLE, N.S. - SARA CONNORS SPECIAL TO KINGSCOUNTYNEWS.CA To her clients and their families, Stephanie Battams is far more than a hairdresser. She's an angel. Battams owns and operates Homestead Hair, a mobile hairdressing service that caters to people in the vulnerable sector, such as seniors, individuals in palliative care, or the sick and injured.

Groove Magazine

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