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East Hants Community Learning & Rider
offers members safe, affordable, inclusive and sustainable transportation to help make life accessible
offers members safe, affordable, inclusive and sustainable transportation to help make life accessible
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2014-02-20
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After two weeks spent offline to rest and rejuvenate, I'm slowly easing back in. Starting with the post below:
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Things to do in East Hants, Nova Scotia this summer:

http://www.easthants.ca/content/events-and-attractions

and a chocolate picture I accidentally left out of the batch from the +Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop   Cheesecake Creme.  You know you want it.
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A great place for a vacation
Cabot Trail Along Western Shoreline
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
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The talk covered issues like rural vs urban in Nova Scotia, school closures and other realities, and using local products. She lives on a sustenance farm in Victoria County, NS.

She made some extremely valid points without delving too deeply into the stereotypical urban vs rural talking points. She also didn't come across as incredibly bitter regarding the very real reality of the advancement of urban communities at the expense of rural ones, something that a lot of people invariably communicate either directly or indirectly.

The issue, while specific in focus to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton in general, is one that is playing out all over North America. 
So I just watched this entire 30 minute video.  The talk covered issues like rural vs urban in Nova Scotia, school closures and other realities, and using local products. She lives on a sustenance farm in Victoria County, NS.

She made some extremely valid points without delving too deeply into the stereotypical urban vs rural talking points. She also didn't come across as incredibly bitter regarding the very real reality of the advancement of urban communities at the expense of rural ones, something that a lot of people invariably communicate either directly or indirectly.

The issue, while specific in focus to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton in general, is one that is playing out all over North America. 

#ruralcommunities   #localfood  #urbanvsrural #ruraldecline  
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