Although these beaches have been reported to have sea glass, NOT ALL HAVE BEEN VERIFIED.Please don't plan an expensive vacation based solely on an unverified beach!
The couple cannot fly to Moncton, as that would require using a manual wheelchair, and Wendy can't transfer between the two. I can't stand on my feet, so I need to stay in this wheelchair and be clipped down, be fastened, like the bus does," she said.
The Whites don't own an accessible vehicle and inter-city buses don't have a lift that would accommodate their wheelchairs.
But most of the reports came from you visitors to our website and we really appreciate that help.
Just remember that we personally cannot guarantee the quantity or quality of the glass on all these beaches.
Publication ban applications and sealing orders are once again an issue in the case against Chris Garnier, who is charged with second degree murder in the 2015 death of Stellarton native Catherine Campbell.
Halifax Regional Police are sidestepping questions about whether suicide is suspected in the death of Samantha Ashley Tiller, the 20-year-old Mount Saint Vincent student who was hit by a train and killed while walking on the tracks in Bedford on June 15. Barely two weeks after the Armdale Yacht Club’s management committee welcomed Jimmy Melvin, Sr. And ya knows, Diary, that’s whad I likes about team — there ain’t no “H” in team like dere is “hick” and “homeboy” and “hysterectomy.”A source at the Armdale Yacht Club says one member has resigned over the club’s decision to admit the patriarch of a notorious Halifax crime family, and a dozen more have threatened to walk if club management doesn’t soon revoke Jimmy Melvin Sr.’s membership.
If you were in Halifax the afternoon of June 21, the first day of summer, and also National Aboriginal Day, or something like that, the last place you wanted to look for an aboriginal person was on the historic grounds of that ol’ Georgian mansion at 1451 Barrington Street. as a new member (Frank 769) they voted to rescind his membership, owing to high drama within the club related to Melvin’s status as the patriarch of Halifax’s most notorious crime family. The crammed parking lot of the old Sears outlet at 54 Mc Keen Street hinted at the gravity of the situation.
Was it another exciting edition of Cape Breton Idol, or just another ho-hum provincial election night? Dear Frank: Re: Doctors & Dentists & Lawyers, Oh My!
For those just starting out, this ist of East Coast Beaches is a good place to begin.