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Sarah Conley for [EDIT] magazine, Volume 16

March 29 2021

The Fairytale of Ticklebelly Hill

by Morgan Leet

Atop a hill in southern New Brunswick sprawls scenic farmland. The red post-and-beam barn within the scene is 150 years old, still intact and true to its history but enhanced by modern touches.

It is surrounded by greenery and wildflowers — and salty air from the close-by ocean. Inside the barn the warm lighting, modern decor and statement chandelier all work to create a one-of-a-kind wedding venue, Ticklebelly Hill. Just a short drive away from the historic and popular tourist destination of Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, this magical venue is the brainchild of owner Sarah Conley.

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EPOCH Coffee for EDIT magazine, Volume 15

March 10 2021

Marcus Gosse for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 15

March 01 2021

The Newfoundland Mi'kmaq artist on seeking Mi'kmaq enlightenment.

by Jennifer Wood

After thousands of hours of studying his Mi’kmaq heritage and refining his craft, landscape artist Marcus Gosse has developed the signature stamp that can be found in his many creations. He integrates four components — Mi'kmaq petroglyphs and hieroglyphs, the ancient Mi'kmaq star, and various double-curve designs — into his work. His contemporaries, art enthusiasts and collectors from around the world know his work when they see it. The phrase “Oh, that's a Marcus Gosse" is telling of his success.

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Nitasha Goel for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 15

January 06 2021

The Cure

by Morgan Leet

How Toronto’s Nitasha Goel Relaunched Her Thriving Apothecary Business in Hubbards, Nova Scotia

Entrepreneur and apothecarist Nitasha Goel knew she needed a change.

She had a good life in Toronto, and her business was doing well, but in 2019 she left the big city behind to move to Hubbards, Nova Scotia. She now lives there happily (with her husband Steve and their beloved dog, Roti), continuing her career and building her business.

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Chef Chris Aerni for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

From Farm To Table

by James Mullinger 

James Mullinger meets internationally recognized chef Chris Aerni and one of Atlantic Canada's aquaculture pioneers, dr. Steven Backman to learn why they are passionate about Atlantic Canada and its locally farmed salmon. 

Atlantic Canada is known for its friendly people, beautiful views and world-class seafood. If there is one person in the region who is an undisputed expert on delicious seafood, it is Chris Aerni, the proprietor and owner of the Rossmount Inn in Saint Andrews, New Brunswick. The inn boasts a restaurant that is widely regarded as one of the best in the world, thanks in no small part to Aerni’s unique and famous dishes using fresh premium Atlantic farmed salmon.

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Travis Lindsay for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

What I Know: Say It Out Loud

by Travis Lindsay

Travis Lindsay is the most prolific writer in East Coast comedy. He has been captivating audiences with his great mix of jokes and storytelling since the early age of 16. Lindsay was named Best Nova Scotia Comedian on Bell TV’s Comedy Boot Camp in 2016, and then went on to win at CBC’s Hubcap Comedy Festival, which was heard on Sirius XM,. He has appeared on CBC and at the Halifax Comedy Festival, and he hosted the 2020 African Nova Scotian Artist Showcase and Awards. He recently released his debut album, The Kid is Alright, which went to number one on iTunes comedy charts.

You may have noticed the world’s a weird place right now. Between a global pandemic and the loudest cries for equality in quite some time, my job as a comedian and my responsibilities as a Black man are colliding like never before.

My name is Travis Lindsay, and this is what I know.

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Catherine Bruhier for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

Belize, Saint John, Hollywood

by Jennifer Wood

Catherine Bruhier On Turning Her Passion Into A Career

Actor, director, producer, writer and filmmaker Catherine Bruhier has crafted a diverse and incredibly successful stage, film and television career in Canada and the United States, where she has acted alongside some of the industry’s most celebrated, including Eric McCormack and Viola Davis. She served as co-host for the globally televised children’s program Polka Dot Door and played an integral role in Due South.

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Teresa Young for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

An Artist's Journey of Self-Discovery

by Jennifer Wood

Indigenous artist Teresa Young is known primarily for her breathtaking acrylic-on-canvas paintings that portray elements of fantasy and surrealism unique to her brand.

She has served as teacher of Contemporary Indigenous Art at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and her work has been displayed at exhibitions in the United Kingdom, the United States, Italy and Germany. She has created album covers for musicians in Sweden and the U.S. and the covers of books and magazines.

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Lesley Hampton for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

Lesley Hampton's Wolfpack

by Jennifer Wood

How the Indigenous Designer is Leading the Shift towards Body Positivity and Inclusivity in the Canadian Fashion Industry 

At the age of 25, Newfoundland and Labrador– born Indigenous fashion designer Lesley Hampton has received more industry praise than most would earn in a lifetime. In four short years, her designs have been featured in major publications like Vogue and Glamour in the UK and Allure, to name but a few. Her collections have been cherished, worn and modelled by national and international public figures, artists and athletes, including Adrianne Haslet, Serena Ryder, Penny Oleksiak, Margaret Trudeau and Lainey Lui. A nomad by design, Hampton’s formative years were filled with experiences of relocating and adjusting to new places throughout the world — an offshoot of her father’s work in the mining industry. At an early age, she began to develop an appetite for and understanding of socio-cultural concepts, marking the genesis of what we appreciate in her clothing lines today.

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Barista Brian for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

Barista Brian On How To Impress Hillary Clinton and Meryl Streep

by Coreen Hildebrand 

Born in 1988 and raised in Devon, a neighbourhood of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Brian Leonard knew he was a legend in the making at an early age. He just didn’t know exactly what he was going to be a legend of … until he discovered a little something called latte art, and himself — in the process.

While creating beautiful images in latte froth, Brian has collaborated with clients like Warner Bros., Nespresso, LinkedIn, Lululemon, Urban Decay, Calii Love, Health Canada, Peace Collective, Second Cup and Kahlúa.

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Ethan Hull for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 14

September 10 2020

Reinventing Fashion On The East Coast

by Ethan Hull

Halifax, Nova Scotia–based 20-year old entrepreneur Ethan Hull appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of [EDIT] as a model. He has now branched out into fashion, with a label that is taking Atlantic Canada by storm for its serene duality of masculine and feminine. Here, exclusively for [EDIT], Hull shares the story of a remarkable transition

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The Newfoundland Fashion Renaissance for [EDIT] Magazine, Volume 4

March 09 2018

Fashion On The Rock 
The Newfoundland Fashion Renaissance  
by Tara Bradbury 

Newfoundland and Labrador fashion, like Newfoundland and Labrador food, was based for a long time on a life at the edge of the continent — a rugged, isolated area of the North Atlantic where the weather changes on a dime. things were often born of necessity and centred on availability. 

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Jennifer Irving for EDIT magazine, Volume 4

March 08 2018

Discovering Stable Island

by Jennifer Irving 

How five hundred wild horses attracted one of New Brunswick's top photographers to the Graveyard of the Atlantic. 

On Wednesday the runway flooded. Thursday, the winds were too high. By Friday it seemed my years-long dream of going to Sable Island to photograph its wild horse population would remain just that.

But then, good news. A man who had chartered a flight kindly let us hitch a ride. We arrived at a little terminal at Halifax airport at 7 a.m. and crammed ourselves into a tiny twin-prop plane.

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Glynn Williams for EDIT magazine, Volume 4

March 01 2018

The Authentic Glynn Williams

by Grant Heckman

How one man breathed new life into a small coastal town. 

Guysborough is a lazy little coastal hamlet, a clutch of mostly century-old frame buildings strung along Highway 16, which snakes southward and along the Nova Scotia coast from east of Antigonish. In the summer of 1987 Glynn Williams and his wife Charlene arrived at the village on a biking trip through the province and fell in love with the place. Born in Montreal and raised in Quebec and Ontario, he was working on Bay Street for an investment dealer but would move into other business areas in which he would prosper.

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Freeman Patterson for EDIT magazine, Volume 3

December 03 2017