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Registered Acupuncturist

BY Emily Stanley South Shore Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Acupuncture is an ancient, healing art that has been practiced for over two thousand years. It is based on the principle that we have a life-giving energy called Qi (pronounced chee) flowing through channels called meridians in our bodies. Sometimes this Qi gets blocked or becomes diminished which throws off the […]

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Volume 3 Issue 2

Volume 3 Issue 2 Issue Two of Volume Three was released at the West Dublin Market on Saturday, August 8, 2015 Reach us at editor@westdublin.ca Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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The Ice Goes Out

The Ice Goes Out when the ice finally cracked and drifted out to sea it was as if even the water rejoiced at first I thought somehow a school of fish was passing through our small cove the water was leaping tiny white tips of wetness gleaming in the sudden sun it went on with […]

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Editorial 10

This one is for the transition from Summer to Fall. Admit it. It’s your favourite time of year. The true new year, when things get done; back to school or indoor projects. There’s that crisp smell in the air, perfect temperatures (pants and sweater, no hat or cloves). The bugs are dying down, out come […]

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There’s Always Room for Table Cake!

BY Lucas Doran SouthShoreNS.blogspot.com We are truly lucky to have so many hard working, community organizations holding food related fundraisers on most weekends throughout the year. Here’s a breakdown of the variety of what to expect on your plate. Breakfasts Fireman’s Breakfasts/Church Breakfasts Eggs, bacon, toast, juice, tea and coffee are the norm. If you […]

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Great Island Dispatch: Hell Bay Through the Ages

  Des Barres, 1781 BY Ned Zimmerman Great Island, Medway Harbour Cherry Hill Beach lies on the Lunenburg side of the boundary between Lunenburg and Queen’s Counties, and is known for its magnificent surf, polished stones and as a habitat for the Piping Plover. But cartographical records dating back to the late 1700s indicate that […]

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Editorial 09

Oh my! Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the West Dublin Monitor, read it, shared it with a friend. Thank you. Every issue we say, “This is the best issue ever!” Yet when we look back, we can’t pick a favourite. This is the best issue ever, so are all the other ones, and […]

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Beachboy’s Fun & Games 5

By BeachBoy @ Creative Works Did you catch this one? I actually had to get off the beach, when I heard the news today. Some things are too much, really. As the saying goes: “Two things are certain: death and taxes.” Now Harper has apparently ordered the CRA tax police to threaten charities like OXFAM […]

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Volume 2 Issue 1

We’re back! West Dublin Monitor · Volume 2 Issue 1 Volume Two Issue One is our first issue of the 2014 season. Reach us at editor@westdublin.ca Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

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Editorial 08

Awkward to be come-from-aways, coming from away and not yet here to stay. We feel so blessed when upon reuniting with friends old and new, folks have asked, “How long are you home for?” The West Dublin Monitor is about a sense of place, belonging and interconnectedness. We thank you for your thoughtful contributions, in […]

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