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The Ganong Family for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 6

September 22 2020

The Real Willy Wonkas

by James Mullinger

Ganong, founded in 1873 by James and Gilbert Ganong, is one of Canada’s most iconic brands. The company still manufactures all of its chocolate and confectionary products in the town where it all began: St. Stephen, New Brunswick. James Mullinger visits the Ganong Factory and Headquarters to meet the family member at the helm.

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Séan McCann on Reasons to be Cheerful for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 13

September 17 2020

Reasons to be Cheerful

by Séan McCann with Andrea Aragon

Séan McCann is a founding member of Great Big Sea, the acclaimed, legendary and multi-million-album–selling band. In this exclusive extract from his explosive memoir of addiction, recovery, music and love, published by Nimbus, he shares unique insights into his upbringing and the evolution of the band that would help change the face of Canadian music.

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Trout Point Lodge for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 12

September 16 2020

The Splendour of Trout Point Lodge

by James Mullinger

Nestled next to the Tobeatic Wilderness Area in the heart of the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve, Trout Point Lodge may be Canada’s quintessential luxury wilderness resort and hotel. It’s the world’s first Starlight Hotel and the only Small Luxury Hotel of the World in Atlantic Canada. Can it possibly live up to the hype?

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The Story of Kingsbrae Garden for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 9

September 03 2019

Kingsbrae: An Artists' Garden

When Lucinda Flemer first visited her grandparents’ summer house in St. Andrews by-the-Sea in the 1940s she was instantly smitten. But she could not have known that, 80 years later, she would have turned it into one of the most important artistic ventures in Canadian history. Here our Editor-in-Chief, James Mullinger shares the inside story of how one remarkable woman turned Canada’s most beautiful botanical garden into the United Nations of art.

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