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
What do Darmouth dog food and Antigonish chocolate have in common? Export award winners
Halifax marijuana producer's parent company sold for $122 million
New sweet potato variety could help Lakeville farm family access lucrative market
Halifax's DHX gets unsolicited merger offer
Valley Drive-in back in action
RETALES: Thief & Bandit combines retail, production
Nova Scotia international trade increased in Q1
In the period from January-to-April, Nova Scotia’s international merchandise trade exports increased to $1.84 billion, an increase of 4.6 per cent or $80.1 million, compared to the same period in 2018. According to data produced by ...
End of an era as Bombardier eyes exiting regional jet business
By Emily Jackson and Frederic Tomesco Bombardier Inc. is in talks to shed its last commercial jet program, a potential sale that would mark the end of an era for the Montreal-based plane and train maker as it struggles to turn around money-losing ...
Terra Nova FPSO life to be extended by a decade
Suncor Energy and its partners in the Terra Nova joint venture announced that the life of the floating, production, storage and offloading vessel will be extended by 10 years to 2031. Suncor, which has a 37.675 per cent working interest in ...
Plant research fuels N.S. biomass industry
Like many people who want to grow stuff in the Maritimes these days, Kevin Vessey has been frustrated by the recent spate of wet weather. “If it would ever stop raining and if the sun would come out for more than one day, we will get these ...
Boeing surprised Canada changed jet fighter competition rules
OTTAWA — Boeing Co is looking to make the first test flight of its 777X twin-aisle jet as soon as late June, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday, slightly later than the planemaker had planned, but still on track for ...
Swedish firm says it can build Gripen fighters in Canada to provide maximum jobs and technology transfer
A Swedish aerospace firm offering Canada a new fighter jet says it could build the aircraft in Canada and make maximum use of the expertise of domestic firms and create high-tech jobs. The pitch by Saab to build its Gripen E fighter jet in Canada ...
Booze-free beverage company banking on Saskatchewan's cannabis
An Ontario-based beverage company looking to create intoxicating alternatives to alcohol will get its key ingredient at the edge of Regina. “There’s a great saying: Five guys get drunk and they start a fight. Five guys get stoned and ...
Zuckerberg’s snub irks Canadian lawmakers
OTTAWA — Canadian lawmakers fumed on Monday when Facebook Inc. founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg snubbed an invitation to Ottawa to testify on privacy and democracy before an international panel, slapping the billionaire with a ...
VIDEO: Annapolis Valley instructor Colin Robar hopes to inspire new generation of electric vehicle drivers
It’s definitely, uh, hard to miss. But that’s kind of the point. ...
Halifax entrepreneur earns award
A Halifax entrepreneur’s company, NovaResp Technologies, is poised to launch a unique respiratory monitoring device called cMAP that aims to provide a safe, comfortable and effective treatment of sleep apnea. The product has earned Hamed ...