Colchester: Baseball, roadworks and fun at Dal
Video - Dal AC Community Day celebrated in Bible Hill
Quick-thinking New Waterford teen saves brother from choking
Maitland woman battling cancer thrilled by community support
Ducks Unlimited launching new program in Shubenacadie this weekend
RiverWords festival bringing poetry and music to Truro's Riverfront Park
Be patient, town urges drivers as roadworks continue around Truro
The Vapour Trail opens in Bible Hill and Amherst
U18 Bearcats earn berth at national baseball championship
Dildo Brewing Company welcomes Trinity-Conception to the craft beer age
Island family launches Chinese junk boat business that's bridging cultural gap
Battling big business: Valley Drive-In, Brackley Drive-In fight against Disney Studios film distribution methods
Doughnut beer combines people’s favourite things
Irving to buy, rebrand retail operations
Bar Harbor council approves motion to consider proposal put forth by Bay Ferries for Bar Harbor to Yarmouth ferry service
BAR HARBOR – Bar Harbor town council has agreed to consider a proposal from Bay Ferries that would see ferry service between Yarmouth and Bar Harbor instead of Portland. Bay Ferries – which operated ferry service between Bar Harbor ...
Lafarge tire burning: Government waiting for more info
Lafarge has yet to complete its application for industrial approval of a one-year pilot project to burn discarded tires as kiln fuel at its plant near Brookfield, even as it continues to prepare for the project. “Nova Scotia Environment and ...
Jumpstarting your dream project
Minutes before it’s set to close, Joey Batts and Rudy’s Kickstarter campaign to scrape together the money to shoot a short documentary about Nova Scotia is sitting pretty. The two teachers from Connecticut were hoping to raise ...
Saltwire to merge Newfoundland papers
Atlantic Canada’s biggest newspaper publisher is merging four of its weekly Newfoundland papers into a single publication. The Saltwire Network announced Thursday that, as of Aug. 1, the Central Voice replaces The Pilot, The Advertiser, The ...
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 ...