Vissers to retire after 39 years at Shubenacadie Wildlife Park
MADD holding provincial walk in Truro
Colchester residents seeing huge increases in power bills
Author takes healing journey to the 1960s
Slate Youth Centre, CMHA team up to provide weekly program in Truro
Shubenacadie firefighter sets up Facebook group to sell and swap gear
NS health-care council to call strike vote
Greens' Elizabeth May, NDP MP Kennedy Stewart join anti-pipeline protest in B.C.
Truro hospital gives back with surprise donation to food bank
Truro Daily News
Debert power skating and Canskate registration tomorrow
DEBERT - Debert power skating and Canskate registration will be held tomorrow from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Debert Rink. The sessions, which run Mondays and Thursdays, are open to skaters ages four and up. Members of the Truro junior A Bearcats will ...
Exercise is the fountain of youth
Sonny Durning admits to being a bit of a fitness freak. Whether it was playing softball as a kid or swimming and biking long distances as he does today, being active has always been a big part of his life. "From the time that I was a young kid I've ...
Hub Cycle riders come to play at Wentworth mountain bike race
WENTWORTH - Hub Cycle riders had a strong showing at the recent 2009 Wentworth Spokebender Classic cross country mountain bike race at Ski Wentworth. The event was the final race of the 2009 provincial series. Hub Cycle's Jeff Simms came home fourth ...
Mud bog drag races set for Pleasant Valley
BROOKFIELD - The sound and power of a mud bog truck is something that Mitch Cooke has always loved. The 25-year-old Brokfield resident is giving other gearheads a chance to take in that action too at a mud bog drag racing event tonight at his ...
Heidi Cooke lands factory ride with Kawasaki
PLEASANT VALLEY Heidi Cooke has been breaking down barriers ever since she jumped onto a dirt bike. But her latest one is perhaps her biggest yet. The 26-year-old Brookfield resident recently inked a factory sponsorship deal with Kawasaki for the ...
Manitoba crows and magpies the target in annual shoot sanctioned by govt
STE. ROSE DU LAC, Man. - Manitoba's crows and magpies may want to consider flying south again for a while. Either that, or don bulletproof vests. The province's annual crow and magpie shoot starts this weekend - an event sanctioned by the provincial ...