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Uniquely Nova Scotia for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

October 14 2020

Uniquely Nova Scotia

for [EDIT] Magazine

In Nova Scotia you’re never more than 46 km from the coast, but Canada’s ocean playground is so much more than just a seaside paradise.

With more than 5,000 lakes amid a population of fewer than a million people and over 13,000 km of unspoiled coastline, Nova Scotia is home to whales, lobster, an extraordinarily friendly creative community, rich cultural heritage and now, thanks to local innovators, unforgettable experiences. In short, there has never been a better time to explore Nova Scotia and discover what it feels like to wine and dine close to home.

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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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Alan Hollinghurst Interview for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 4

September 22 2020

In Conversation with Britain's Greatest Living Novelist

James Mullinger Meets Alan Hollinghurst 

It has become something of a tradition for me to meet with my favourite author every half a decade when he releases a new book. The last time Alan Hollinghurst and I saw each other was in photographer David Bailey’s West London studio in 2011, where we were doing an interview and photo shoot for his fifth novel, The Stranger’s Child. Bailey was on typical rambunctious form, regaling us with foul-mouthed and gloriously indiscreet anecdotes about the Krays and The Rolling Stones. Hollinghurst and I had first met six years prior to that at the Royal Opera House for the 2004 GQ Men of the Year Awards, where he won Writer of the Year for his modern masterpiece The Line of Beauty. His fourth novel, it impeccably captures the very essence of the eighties with the story of a social climber who ensconces himself in the Notting Hill family home of a Conservative MP. Cocaine makes an appearance or two, as does Thatcher. The novel won The Man Booker Prize, the biggest award in international publishing, and rightly so.


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