Donna Saker – No Place Like Home in Nova Scotia

Occupation:  Midday Host and Drive Show co-host on 92.5 The Q

Place of Birth: Victoria, BC * (see SABS note) 

Currently Resides:  Montreal, QC

Where’s your favourite place in Nova Scotia to grab a coffee?

Stop at Steve-o-Renos and head for a stroll thru Point Pleasant Park

Where’s your favourite place in Nova Scotia to grab a pint?

Love the Old Triangle!

Where’s your favourite place to shop in Nova Scotia?

Any cute little shop in Mahone Bay, near where my parents live.  John David Shoes in Parklane Mall or Turbine at Bishop’s Landing!

Where in Nova Scotia would we stand to see your favourite view?  

Looking at the town of Lunenburg from the Bluenose Golf  Club.....the colours are so vibrant

Name 3 things we’ve gotta do when we visit Nova Scotia:

1. Drive the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton

2. Stroll the Halifax waterfront on a warm summer evening, eating ice cream

3. Take in some live entertainment – fantastic music is everywhere!

What makes Nova Scotia such a special place on earth for you?

The people I love more than anything live there! That is why I go back so often.

*SABS note: our ties with the fabulous Donna Saker go back to her days on one of Toronto's biggest radio stations Mix99.9, and Donna's ties to the Atlantic Provinces date back further than that...she spent her childhood days here, did a lot of great radio here and comes back as often as she can to visit friends and see her folks on the Southern Shore...see ya soon Ms. Saker!!!

SABS online hook up with Donna Saker:

Website   www.donnasaker.com

Blog    http://donnasaker.blogspot.com/

On-Air www.925theq.com

3 Comments »

  1. Love the jacket Donna, Danier?

    caroxoxo

    Comment by Caroline — January 22, 2011 @ 9:12 pm


  2. You look great Donna. Yes, NS is a special place. Was great meeting you on Saturday. Seeing you B and A pics inspired me. Take Care. Susan

    Comment by Susan — January 23, 2011 @ 11:21 am


  3. Donna,
    Like yourself I left NS to live in Quebec, one other thing you have to do when visiting NS, that is looking at the worlds highest tides. The Glooscap trail along Minus Basin is the best area.

    Comment by Bob — June 6, 2012 @ 2:56 pm


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