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Ben Cowan-Dewar interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 6

September 01 2018

Creating Cabot

Ben Cowan-Dewar's story reads like something from an Oscar-bait Hollywood film script. A down-on-its-luck mining town. Dwindling population. A small group of committed and loyal campaigners working tirelessly for almost three decades to save the town by turning a former coal mine into a golf course.

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Narcos Fredericton for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 5

June 08 2018

Narcos Fredericton

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Twenty-nine years ago, a plane crashed just outside Fredericton, setting off one of the strangest tales in Maritime history. It involves chance encounters, an opera-singing smuggler, members of an armed revolutionary force, spies, Pablo Escobar, a jail break, and more than 500 kilograms of cocaine. Award-winning journalist Andrew McGilligan tells the story for the first time. 

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Alan Doyle interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 5

June 01 2018
Republic of Doyle

From Petty Harbour to International Stardom. Alan Doyle is one of Atlantic Canada’s greatest success stories. The former front man of the folk-rock band Great Big Sea is a gifted singer-songwriter, musician, actor, producer and author and prolific philanthropist. At 48, the Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, native has spent more than half his life in the business. In our interview he discusses his most recent work, A Week at the Warehouse, which is his third solo album; his current philanthropic endeavour, the honour of being named a member of the Order of Canada, and much more.

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Classified interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 4

March 01 2018

It's Classified

Luke Boyd, a.k.a. Classified, rose to major hip-hop fame over 20 years ago. The rapper, producer, emcee, writer and label owner from Nova Scotia has earned dozens of platinum and gold records, won countless awards and collaborated with some of the best in the industry. He tells The Maritime Edit’s Jennifer Wood exclusively why he finally feels comfortable with who he is and where he is.

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Dennis Prescott interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 4

March 01 2018

Becoming Dennis Prescott

The inside story of a New Brunswick musician turned international culinary phenomenon. The Maritime Edit’s Food Editor Dennis Prescott has had an incredible 12 months. The Moncton, New Brunswick–based musician turned chef released his first cookbook, Eat Delicious, which quickly became a Canadian bestseller.  

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Freeman Patterson for EDIT magazine, Volume 3

December 03 2017

Yoga Haus for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 2

September 09 2017

Yoga Haus: Unforgettable Yoga Experiences by Kathy Kaufield     

An abundance of natural beauty. A slower pace of life — in places! And innovative yoga instructors. Atlantic Canada and Europe have all the ingredients to create some of the world’s most unforgettable yoga experiences. The best is Yoga Haus in Rothesay, New Brunswick and [EDIT]'s Contributing Editor Kathy Kaufield tells us why, and then co-founder Stephanie Downey shares exclusively with us the innovative ways that they are evolving, adapting and pivoting during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Omar Gandhi for EDIT magazine, Volume 2

September 01 2017

Genius Loci

by James Mullinger 

An exclusive interview with renowned architect Omar Gandhi.

Brampton-born, Halifax-based architect Omar Gandhi was described as “Canada’s next top architect” by The Globe and Mail in 2016. Not two years later it’s time to drop the “next.” His unique vision and far-reaching insight and creativity have led to some of the most blisteringly stunning developments in North America, both commercial and private.

Gandhi, the recipient of the 2014 Canada Council for the Arts Professional Prix de Rome, was one of Wallpaper* magazine’s 2014 top 20 young architects in the world. He was also named as one of the Architectural League of New York’s Emerging Voices of 2016 and one of Monocle magazine’s 20 most influential Canadians. He met with The Maritime Edit’s Editor-in-Chief James Mullinger to talk about his life and work.

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Matty Matheson interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 8

September 01 2017
Table Talk With Matty

Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1982, Matty Matheson has become the most powerful and beloved culinary voice in Canada. His videos for Viceland’s Munchies have notched up tens of millions of views on YouTube and turned him into an international star. Here Matty meets with our Editor-in-Chief, James Mullinger to discuss everything from food, to fame to fatherhood.

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David Myles interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 2

September 01 2017

Myles Ahead

Very few musicians have the vast talent of David Myles — or a performance style as unique, touching and inspiring. The multi-faceted singer-songwriter and gifted storyteller, originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick has a loyal, multi-generational fan base in Canada that stretches from coast to coast to coast and well beyond its borders. 

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The Maritimes and Me for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 1

June 01 2017

The Maritimes and Me

Alex Preston is an award-winning British author and journalist who appears regularly on BBC television and radio. He writes for GQ, Harper's Bazaar and Town & Country Magazine as well as for the Observer's New Review. In this feature, the award-winning British novelist shares his thoughts on Brexit, and why visiting the Maritimes changed his life. For the better.

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Zita Cobb interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 1

June 01 2017

The Fogo Island Inn Phenomenon

There is no success story quite like that of Zita Cobb. A brilliant woman who grew up on Fogo Island off the coast of Newfoundland, she left home at the age of 16 and returned two decades later to embark on project that would change the face of Newfoundland forever. She believes her unique and socially aware business model can be emulated anywhere. Zita Cobb’s ingenuity can change the way we all do business. 

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