Emma Smit-Geraghty to speak at Truro Women & Wellness event
Do your alpaca research before bringing them home: Middle Stewiacke ...
Questions raised over lack of SANE expansion to Truro
Suspect arrested after robbery in Stewiacke
Jazz musician performing in Truro to raise funds for First United ...
Colchester County makes contribution to CMHA building campaign
Three people face charges following drug seizure in Truro
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Truro drag queen among Babes on Blades
‘Still willing to fight for our rights’: Postal workers picket as arbitration begins
Nova Scotia tax credit to boost investment in startups, small businesses
Murder houses a tough sell, but a home's dark past may stay hidden
Charlottetown woman who lost 115 pounds is the face of GoodLife Fitness campaign
Truro’s Commercial Street to begin a major facelift come 2019
Exit Planning: Family matters have to be ironed out before business succession
N.S. tax credit to boost startup, small business investment
Nova Scotia has launched a new tax credit aimed at spurring more investment in startup companies and small- and medium-sized businesses. Effective immediately, the innovation equity tax credit will apply to investments of up to $250,000 in ...
Commuter's 'delay scarf' bought by German train company
BERLIN — Germany's biggest rail company, under fire for its unpunctual service, is trying to mollify one disgruntled commuter by buying her "delay scarf." Deutsche Bahn, which on Thursday announced plans to hire 22,000 more staff, bought the ...
B.M.C. Seafood Ltd. of Meteghan forging ahead with ambitious expansion plan
METEGHAN, N.S. – Everyone has to start somewhere. Cedric Robicheau remembers the days when B.M.C. Seafoods Ltd. in Meteghan started out. It was 1995 and they were buying lobster from one boat. “I had an old ’78 U-Haul truck. ...
EU leaders plead with UK to get its act together on Brexit
STRASBOURG, France — European Union leaders were pleading Wednesday with the U.K. to finally get its act together on Brexit, end internal strife and come up with a realistic plan to leave the bloc — well over two years after Britain decided to leave ...
$9 shore price in southwestern Nova Scotia creates lobster season ‘bottleneck’
SHELBURNE, NS – An unprecedented shore price of $9 in December for lobsters has created a bottleneck in the supply chain, says a Shelburne County buyer. “We created a bottleneck,” said owner of Cotter’s Ocean Products in ...
Air Canada gives Chorus a new lease on life with Jazz Aviation deal extension
MONTREAL — Air Canada and Chorus Aviation Inc. have extended a purchase agreement by 10 years that will see Chorus subsidiary Jazz Aviation LP continue to provide Canada's biggest airline with regional service through to 2035. The deal ...
No retail pot layoffs: Nova Scotia minister
SYDNEY, N.S. — While New Brunswick’s cannabis retailer is laying off staff, Nova Scotia’s finance minister says this province will not follow suit, adding it took a more prudent approach to setting up retail operations. Karen ...
Cabinet Central moving manufacturing jobs to Amherst’s industrial park
AMHERST, N.S. – A Dartmouth-based cabinet maker and distributor is moving into the former Jeld-Wen building in Amherst’s industrial park. Cabinet Central is holding a job fair at the Community Credit Union Business Innovation Centre on ...
Minimum wage to increase in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia’s minimum wage — currently the lowest in Canada — is going up, with the province’s labour minister saying the pay hike will help workers and their families. The increase will see the provincial base pay rise to ...
Halifax mining company reports gold estimates
Oceanus Resources Corp. headquartered in Halifax, indicated on Monday it has identified more than 10 kilometres of favorable gold mineralization in its old El Tigre Mine in Mexico. The company stated it has plans to send an exploration team back ...