New officers join the Truro Police Service
Colchester County activist who intimidated Samson given discharge
Truro Raceway staff laid off in sudden announcement
North River woman motivated by experience in Malawi
Plebiscite required to convert North River to a wet community
Province allows logging against stated policies, says harvester
BEARCAT BANTER – By Gerry Hale: On the road again
Truro pizzeria makes multiple-order deliveries to Dartmouth
Truro’s Hubtown Theatre bringing comedy to the stage
Truro Daily News
VIBERT: Basic rights for intellectually-challenged seems a no-brainer
Editorial: Plastic plague
Russell Wangersky: The 2026 Olympics? No thanks!
Commentary: Torture, by any other name… is unacceptable
Exit Planning: Preparation means advantages in managing risks
Public land and wildlife continue to be destroyed, yet are absent from industry costs: Commentary
Editorial: Welcome home
Atlantic Canada has enjoyed considerable success attracting skilled immigrants and foreign students to our shores. The problem — as federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen noted at the Moncton conference on the Atlantic Growth Strategy ...
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 ...
Editorial: Aboriginal lives matter
The path to reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples is proving to be a long and difficult journey. Injustices continue to surface. Two disturbing examples over the past week demand changes in our criminal justice system. They show ...
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 ...
Editorial: Justice on trial
It’s been a difficult time for justice in Canada. There was outrage over the acquittal of St. John’s police constable Carl Douglas Snelgrove, who was accused of sexual assault, to the acquittal of Bassam Al-Rawi, a Halifax taxi driver ...
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 ...
Editorial: Net results
It’s not often fishermen, environmentalists and processors sing from the same industry song sheet, but the early chorus seems supportive of amendments to the Fisheries Act tabled in the House of Commons this week. Federal Fisheries Minister ...
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 ...
Football is over, and the end may be near
One Sunday every winter football fans and party-going pretenders gather, ostensibly to watch some of the finer athletes on the planet along with remarkably agile large men knock each others’ brains out. The unfortunate reality is that those ...
Russell Wangersky: Winter house
Russell Wangersky The winter house means collecting fresh snow for the teapot, because you don’t want to go through the 39 steps of draining the pipes before you leave. The lonesome peep of the upstairs smoke detector, battery ...