Nova Scotia born actor and activist Elliot Page has become the first openly transgender man on the cover of Time Magazine. The province’s trans community is applauding a new article detailing the challenges he’s faced. Alexa MacLean has more. Read More >>>
Owner Jay speaks to CTV’s Heidi Petracek about the recent post made by Elliot Page coming out as transgender. Read More >>>
It’s scary to think that if you make a choice to make yourself happy it may make other people unhappy. Love is selfish. And love is selfless. This episode of the Canadian Love Map is about this balance. It’s about turning love inward and outward. You’ll meet Jay and Olivia, who will take you on a journey of discovery. About creating a unique space and helping others find their own way too.
Some say you have to learn how to love yourself before you can truly love someone else. But love is a journey. And the journey with gender isn’t about changing who you are, it’s about giving yourself space to bloom into the person you were meant to be. Read More >>>
Welcome to Cape & Cowl! We got an upgrade. From Evenflow Media! Read More >>>
Everyone can be themselves, the only pretending at Cape & Cowl is in the fantasy worlds of comic books.
“I like to wear my heart on my sleeve, I wear my activism on my sleeve, so my business is very much a social enterprise,” says owner Jay Roy. Read More >>>
East Coast Comic Exposé continues to shine a light on our great community of creators, fans and retailers. Today we have a store tour of a fantastic comic shop with a community focus: Cape and Cowl in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. Read More >>>
We’ve moved to 622 Sackville Drive, come visit and see our fabulous new location! Read More >>>
After five years, entrepreneur Jay Aaron Roy, creator and owner of Cape & Cowl Comics & Collectibles (C & C) in Lower Sackville, N.S. has moved his store to a larger location. Asked for the secrets of his success, Roy reveals the store’s top 10 super-powers in a recent interview. Read More >>>
I was a shy art kid going into university.
There was a big personality inside of me waiting to come out. It was there all along I’m sure, but my professors really helped it flourish. Read More >>>
This week we are hitting up are first Craft Fair of the year! Which is crazy for us, but, it’s at the old Cape & Cowl location and before they close out the location they are throwing a Christmas craft fair for some awesome local vendors! Read More >>>