Cobequid Educational Centre students staging Newsies
Fatal vehicle-pedestrian accident in Central Onslow
I Hate Shakespeare being staged in Bible Hill
Truro store raising funds for animal rescue in memory of Elsie DeBay
Pugwash man wanted by RCMP arrested in Amherst
Truro police ask for public assistance to identify suspect after ...
Truro driving complaint leads to seizure of firearms
Truro youth join global climate strike: Video
Snowbirds coming to air show in Debert
Halifax airport installs fingerprint scanners for some foreign arrivals
Colchester County to support up 20 solar projects per year
Video: Jennifer MacQueen Simmons travels across Nova Scotia for her furry clients
Truro’s first Home Hardware location is closing its doors
Rogers sells flagship magazines Maclean's, Chatelaine in deal with St. Joseph
TORONTO — The publisher of Toronto Life, Weddingbells and Fashion Magazine will acquire the last of Rogers Media's consumer-oriented print and digital publications in a deal that seems at odds with the prevailing pessimism about ...
Gold in them hills?: Company exploring potential in Piedmont Valley
The sounds of a helicopter flying low over her home in Merigomish immediately triggered concern for Trudi Rhynold, owner of Piedmont Valley Farms and a landowner in Pictou County. The deafening sounds weren’t what worried Rhynold most. It ...
Fingerprint verification available at Halifax airport
The Canada Border Services Agency and the Halifax International Airport Authority have implemented fingerprint verification for biometrically enrolled foreign nationals and permanent residents using primary inspection kiosks at Halifax Stanfield ...
Cumberland’s leader in green energy technology
A major expansion of Surrette Battery’s production facility in Springhill was recently announced, aided by a $2.45 million loan from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). The 25,000-square-foot expansion will incorporate advanced ...
Tattoo artists find artistic freedom in Amherst
AMHERST, N.S. – For Larry Kovacevic and Maxine Pye, creating tattoos in a big city is much different than creating tattoos in Amherst. “We come from a town where, if you specialize in certain kind of tattoos, then you don’t eat. ...
P.E.I. government supports new jobs at cannabis processing facility
The provincial government will support 32 new jobs at Dosecann, a cannabis oil extraction company in the Biocommons Industrial Park in Charlottetown. Dosecann is a Health Canada approved and licensed cannabis processor. Its 42,000 square foot, ...
Sponsored Raise a Glass to Nova Scotia’s Women of Beer
One day soon, the idea of an article celebrating women in the brewing industry may not be necessary as parity in the industry is slowly established. The gender barriers of this once male dominated business are breaking down … so much so that ...
Stellarton marijuana operation gets 18.5 million gram production licence
A new cultivation facility in Stellarton has received the green light to begin producing up to 18,500 kilograms of dried cannabis per year. Vancouver-based company Zenabis Global Inc. received its cultivation licence from the federal government on ...
UPDATE - 110 jobs coming to Windsor biochemical plant
Charlottetown’s BioVectra has announced a major expansion project that is expected to bring more than 100 new jobs to Windsor. ...
Ottawa re-ups with PAL Aerospace on aerial surveillance contract
PAL Aerospace will continue to provide aerial surveillance for Canada’s inland, coastal and offshore waters on behalf of the Government of Canada after having its contract extended by five years on Monday. The company has been under contract ...