Moon Mist Ice Cream Is (Mostly) A Maritime Thing

The popularity of this pastel galaxy treat is fueled by its unique flavours, aesthetics and nostalgia. While the pale purple, blue and yellow swirls of Moon Mist ice cream is simply a beauty to behold, reminiscent of pastel sunsets over the Atlantic ocean, the flavour isn’t so easy to pinpoint at first. One lick in…

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The Future Of CBD Looks Bright In Canada

“There seems to be a lot of companies trying to get into the popular space, and lots of new and different products coming out almost daily.”   All cannabinoids, including CBD which is most commonly derived from industrial hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC (meaning you can’t get high from it), are regulated under…

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North America’s First Whale Sanctuary Will Be In Nova Scotia

Port Hilford will house several previously captive belugas before the end of 2021. The Whale Sanctuary Project has selected a Port Hilford, Nova Scotia inlet to become the first North American whale sanctuary. This American-based charity plans to establish a seaside sanctuary where whales and dolphins can be rehabilitated or live permanently in an environment…

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Chicken Bones: The 135-Year-Old East Coast Candy (And Now You Can Drink It)

If you know – or have – a Maritimer grandma, you have probably seen chicken bones in her candy bowl. No, I don’t mean the actual skeletons of poultry. Ganong brand “Chicken Bones” are hot-pink hard candy sticks filled with bittersweet chocolate in little inch-long nubs. The cinnamon-flavoured confection sticks have been a New Brunswick…

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