Artists in Harmony online auction now taking place
Truro's vibrant Pride parade a sign of the times
Wayward Cats holds a fairytale fundraiser
Four cadets working with Truro Police this summer
VIDEO: Pride flags raised in Bible Hill and Truro
Bass River doctor receives award for peace writing
Pride Week activities around Truro
Archeologists look for signs of Victorian rink in Halifax
Woman dies in Lunenburg County crash
Jumpstarting your dream project
Dildo Brewing Company welcomes Trinity-Conception to the craft beer age
Sobeys begins rollout of environmentally responsible, Atlantic-produced bag
Island family launches Chinese junk boat business that's bridging cultural gap
Saltwire to merge Newfoundland papers
Battling big business: Valley Drive-In, Brackley Drive-In fight against Disney Studios film distribution methods
Grace, Morning Moon: Tragically Hip songs to land on names of Up Cannabis strains
TORONTO — A line of cannabis strains backed by members of the Tragically Hip will carry names familiar to many of the band's fans. Up Cannabis investor, and Hip bassist Gord Sinclair, says the company plans to market five ...
Sobeys parent company reports higher profit, raises dividend
The executive team at Empire Co. Ltd. still has a lot on its plate, but it thinks dessert is on the way. “I am proud of what we have accomplished over the last year,” Michael Medline, president and CEO, said Thursday during a ...
Shubie farmer calls on MPs to defend supply management
LOWER TRURO, N.S. – Gerrit Damsteegt enjoys a morning walk through his 550 acres of farmland near Shubenacadie, looking across his fields of corn and soybean before milking his 150 cows. Since emigrating from Holland more than 30 years ago, ...
Newfoundland transgender woman has learned transition comes with a cost
In the tiny community of New Harbour about an hour’s drive west of St. John’s, N.L., a 51-year-old who identified as a man for decades publicly came out six weeks ago as a woman. Meet Sarah-Dena Harnum. There are still a few ...
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH: It ain’t easy summer livin’ if left in debt from your kid’s camp
One summertime ritual is almost upon us and - even though the school-related expenses will take a break for a couple of months - the pressure is now on for some families to find the money to pay for summer camp for one or more children. The ...
Solar grows sunnier for Nova Scotians
A new initiative aims to sweeten the deal for Nova Scotia homeowners looking to save money on electricity by installing solar panels. Funding for the SolarHomes program, which will be administered by Efficiency Nova Scotia, comes from the federal ...
Truro Juniorpreneur camp to build young business owners
TRURO, N.S. If you’re a child or teen looking to set up your own business, the Juniorpreneur camp may be a great place to learn how. The camp is coming to Truro for the second year in a row from Aug. 13 to 17 and will teach local ...
Elmsdale Sobeys offers unique beer, cider market
There’s a place to chill in Elmsdale. “After a year, we’ve done the better part of 200,000 cans,” said Barry MacLeod, president and operator of Chill Street Fresh Beer and Cider Market, which takes up about 1,500 square ...
Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. sales increase 2.3%
The provincially owned entity that operates the province’s liquor business and, soon, cannabis sales, released its year-end financial results on Tuesday. The Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. reported net income of $238.6 million based on total ...
Farm Credit Canada to help customers in Annapolis Valley, across Maritimes impacted by late frost
Farm Credit Canada is extending a helping hand to clients throughout the Maritime provinces facing financial hardship from a widespread late frost. ...