Halifax woman sets terms for death
Patrick Chan helps guide young skaters in Truro
New tick spray tested at Acadia
Students bury underwear for science in Bible Hill
Information session in Truro to clear the air on medical marijuana
Funding essential for some childcare centres
Glode family of Millbrook turns to the mental health system that failed ...
Pita Pit donates $1,000 to Truro youth centre
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Dartmouth man's discovery may help offset ocean pollution
P.E.I. restaurant owner catches fraudsters in their tracks
Childhood wonders captured in Truro man's photography
Company brings motorized stuffed animals to halls of Truro Mall
Peter Kohler company rebranded as Kohltech
Popular racecar driver Dylan Blenkhorn takes over Truro service centre
Truro woman’s candles being sold across the country
TRURO, N.S. – When Kelsey Weir bought candle-making equipment through a Kijiji ad, she was thinking about a fun hobby. Today, Weir operates Foxhound Collection, making scented soy candles that are sold across Canada. “When I started ...
Becoming an entrepreneur has its rewards, but it isn’t for everyone
Two years after moving to Prince Edward Island, software programmer Abraham Roy lost his job in a corporate restructuring and suddenly had to scramble to find work. He and his wife have two children and had then just bought a house. There were ...
Destination: Renovation - Think ahead to determine what you want back from what you put in
Even with low interest rates on financing, not all renovations are good deals for homeowners looking to up the market value of their houses ahead of a sale. Digging to put a swimming pool in the backyard, installing a heat pump, upping the ...
Employee-turned-owner of a Summerside taxi company purchased business to save coworkers’ jobs
SUMMERSIDE – When Joe Arsenault moved to Summerside from Ontario 20 years, he planned to retire. Having made a living for himself as a cab driver in Toronto, Arsenault said the work is “sort of in you”. So, he took a job at ...
Mill's planned effluent pipe is 'not going in' to the Northumberland Strait – local fisherman
NEW GLASGOW, N.S. - Hefty catches of crabs, lobsters and scallops are the backbone of Allan MacCarthy’s livelihood. But MacCarthy fears Northern Pulp’s planned effluent pipe into the Northumberland Strait could be the death knell for ...
Outlook 'promising' for proposed new mine in East Kemptville
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The president and CEO of the company looking to establish a new mining operation at the site of the former tin mine in East Kemptville, Yarmouth County, says they are quite confident the project will become a reality, ...
New Annapolis Royal ice cream shop a big hit and it’s not even summer yet!
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - When the weather warms up and the crowds hit the sidewalks of Annapolis Royal the town’s newest shop owners will be there to help save everyone from the summer heat – with ice cream. In fact Maureen Horne-Paul and ...
A.F. Theriault and Son Ltd. embarking on $6.65 million expansion project that will create more jobs and double work capacity at Meteghan River shipyard
METEGHAN RIVER, N.S. – Twenty-five years ago A.F. Theriault and Son Ltd. in Meteghan River, Digby County, was faced with a choice – scale down or diversify. But then scaling down was never a real choice, said managing director Gilles ...
Toy Maker of Lunenburg creates designs to pass on through the decades
Watching her father tucked away in his workshop busily making wooden pull toys, boats, trikes and rocking horses, it wasn’t a stretch for seven-year-old Noemi Syvitski to ask him, “Are you Santa Claus?” To her disappointment, her ...
Solving insolvency: steps towards a better credit score
Four years after launching Sandman Video in the late ’90s, Michael Sanderson went bankrupt. He was then a single dad, living in an apartment with his young son, and he still remembers how it felt when the ugly truth finally sank ...