National Day of Action to Defend the Water being marked in Truro
Professors' association launches inquiry into Acadia University's investigation of Rick Mehta
Sporting detection: A fun activity for dogs and people
Judge dismisses residents' court challenge of Lafarge tire-burning project
Truro mayor seeks consultation on urban deer problem
Bible Hill Kinsmen provide support for CNWRC Girl Power camps
Hubtown Theatre bringing ‘Maggie’s Getting Married’ to the stage
Roots & Boots to take fans on trip back to the ’90s ...
Game of Tiaras brought to the stage by Dal AC’s Theatre Society ...
Truro Daily News
VIBERT: Democratic deficit in a brave new world
Russell Wangersky: Legal interests rising in bread suit
VIBERT: Will talented newcomers challenge the old order?
Exit Planning: Market determines price of your company
Russell Wangersky: Facebook sees — and shares — all
VIBERT: IA transformation: taking time to get it right
VIBERT: Basic rights for intellectually-challenged seems a no-brainer
Asked what he thought of western civilization, Mohandas Gandhi is purported to have replied, “I think it would be a good idea.” The mahatma made enough profound pronouncements that it’s unnecessary to invent more, but the ...
Big and Littles column: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colchester celebrates 40 years
2018 is celebrating an impressive milestone for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colchester. It marks 40 years of wonderful memories for our agency and we are excited to celebrate our anniversary with the community. As we celebrate this achievement, ...
Your Stories: Cantabile-A choir is born
In the fall of 1981, a young conductor, Jeff Joudrey, first directed The Cantabile Singers. While numerous singers have performed with the choir over the past 37 years, four members of the original choir remain. They are Mary Layton, Helen Bell, ...
Russell Wangersky: The 2026 Olympics? No thanks!
Russell Wangersky As the medals pile up, you know the call is going to come. Canada is doing well in this Winter Olympics, and you know, sooner or later, the breathless musings of “Wouldn’t be amazing if we could repeat it ...
Editorial: Plastic plague
As wakeup calls go, this one might be a little late in coming — because the damage is already done, and we’re not seeing the effects. Perhaps the best we can do is not make it any worse. “We recorded one of the highest ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Sharing some oddities
Steve Bartlett I love news. Good or bad, positive or negative, I can’t get enough politics, sports, feature, crime, lifestyle … any type of news. It’s a good addiction for this line of work. The days would be ...
Russell Wangersky: A landscape strewn with bullets
Russell Wangersky There aren’t people — but there are other things. Snakes. Hawks. Jackrabbits. The dangerous-looking – but relatively harmless – Jerusalem cricket. Acres and acres of endless sagebrush and ...
Russell Wangersky: Home reno shows deconstructed
Russell Wangersky Now, I like a good home renovation television show as much as the next person. Actually, I probably like it more than most — first, because I enjoy fixing things, and like watching the process. Second, because ...
Russell Wangersky: This, too, shall pass
Russell Wangersky When I started thinking about this column, I was particularly tired. Tired of writing, tired of reading. I thought I’d start it with the catchy line, “Stop the information train — I want to get ...
Exit Planning: Preparation means advantages in managing risks
Benjamin Franklin is quoted to have said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” This wisdom from the past has never been more relevant than it is today, as our pace of life continues to accelerate in an increasingly ...