Drumming up a storm at Churchill High School

Red Eagle Drum Group meets at Churchill High School every Thursday to sing and socialize. From left: lead singer Freeman White Jr., student George Caribou, and educational assistant Tyler Binguis.


  • Key stakeholders in the Gas Station Arts Centre redevelopment pose outside the theatre following the announcement of the housing co-op. (DANIELLE DASILVA/CANSTAR/SOUWESTER)

    Performing arts to have new home

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  • Fort Richmond Collegiate launched its arts and culture anthology The Scribbler on April 22. The editing team from left: Dimitar Tomovski, 16; Danelle Koop, 17; Maggie Eaton, 17; Vanessa Rodrigues, 16; and Nabil Basri, 16. (DANIELLE DA SILVA/CANSTAR/SOUWESTER).

    Anthology of student work digs into deep themes

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  • The Dalhousie Parent Advisory Council is hoping to raise over $209,000 to replace the decaying play structure and create a brand new playground behind Dalhousie School (262 Dalhousie Dr.). From left: Jaime Webster, principal Marina Wilson, vice-principal Jennifer Bracken, Suzanne Pothe and daughter Justine Pothe, 3.

    Exclusive Parents plan ambitious playground for Dalhousie

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