Army of volunteers paints Truro red – with compassion
Colchester: Music, art, mental health and beautification
Truro project collects art supplies for mental health
Truro Elementary students enjoy a musical treat: Video
Entries being accepted for Bible Hill Canada Day Parade
Bible Hill and Fundy Discovery Site receiving beautification funds
Second World War veteran Herb Peppard has died
Young Central Onslow woman seeks success on modelling runways
Atlantic Vitality Expo to be held in Truro this year
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Antigonish native Frances MacDonald wins prestigious nursing award
When you work in one of the world’s largest cancer care centers, as well as the one highest ranked for cancer care in the U.S. (by U.S. News and World Report), to earn an award amongst your peers is a major accomplishment. That is the honour ...
Truro major bantam Bearcats give back
TRURO, N.S. – The Truro Bearcats have been giving their opponents in the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League fits all season, on their way to an 11-7 record, as of Dec. 8. The team remained in the giving mood Dec. 9, but this time it had ...
Inverness author pens Giant MacAskill picture book
“It’s a book that is made to last; people have really responded to it being a book which could be passed down through generations.” - author Tom Ryan ...
Former Auld’s Cove resident Jennifer MacAskill drafted into CWHL
PURCHASE, NEW YORK - It has been quite a hockey journey for Jennifer MacAskill. And it continues. The former Auld’s Cove, Antigonish County resident, who suited up for the major bantam Novas (then called the Jr. X-Men) in their inaugural ...
When fastpitch was king
It took me back. Spending some time at the Eastern Canadian U-16 championships, held in Antigonish earlier this month, reminded me of a time when competitive softball – fastpitch to be precise – was the summer equivalent of ...
St. F.X. student has summer work protecting piping plovers
She may be spending the majority of her time on beaches these days, but, for St. F.X. student Brenna Martell, it’s not about sunning and relaxing. Going into her fourth year, the Bachelor of Arts in aquatic resources, public policy and ...
Linguist conducting Gaelic language research in NS
So just how much Gaelic language education is going on in Nova Scotia? That’s a question professional linguist Stuart Dunmore is trying to answer for a research project. Based in Edinburgh University, Dunmore was in Nova Scotia last fall, ...
RICHARD MACKENZIE: Heavy heart for Humboldt
The Humboldt Broncos tragedy really hit close to home for a lot of Canadians. I think we all feel like we knew the young players who died, and know the others still in hospital. We feel like we know their families and home-away-from-home families ...