Colchester: Marionettes, wildlife, food & a found cat
Food drive being held in Truro
Familiar music from the past may give Alzheimer's patients a cognitive ...
Trailer carrying tank strikes overpass near Amherst
Car collision, fire temporarily closes East River Road in New Glasgow
Maritime Marionettes bringing ‘The Nativity Story’ to Truro
Nova Scotia man helps keep wheels spinning in Uganda
Million-dollar restoration completed at Truro’s First United Church
Truro-area man meets Back to the Future cast members
Ottawa changes EI waiting period
The financial stress factor
Truro woman running online store with delivery service
Michelin to add 150 new jobs to Pictou County site
Air Canada, WestJet latest companies to cut ties to SeaWorld ahead of whale bill
Beer, bubbles, passion and products: Southwestern N.S. businesspeople share their successes and innovations
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Dustin DuPrat got his first paycheck as a labourer at the age of 13 with one of his uncle’s companies. Growing up in a rural area, he was either running through a farmers’ field or he was on a job site with a ...
Bombardier defends CEO's absence from special meeting following 5,000 layoffs
MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. was on the defensive Monday after chief executive Alain Bellemare steered clear of a special meeting, hastily arranged to deal with the imminent layoff of 2,500 of the company's Quebec workers. The province's ...
Still going strong at age 78, Oxford Frozen Foods' John Bragg receives Order of Nova Scotia
HALIFAX, N.S. – John Bragg’s still got game. “I have this saying that, ‘every day I go to work I try to bring value,’” said Bragg. “It’s not always easy to do, but I work at it.” Bragg, now ...
The 10-per-cent solution
It’s often referred to as the 10-per-cent rule. In other words, how much someone should be setting aside and saving each pay. Recently, the Canadian Payroll Association released its annual survey that found 71 per cent of employed people ...
American Apparel is staging a comeback with a few twists and a Canadian owner
TORONTO — One of America's most controversial clothing brands is making a comeback, but ditching some of its signature traits. American Apparel will return to the Canadian market with an online store on Nov 1., a year after its ...
New Glasgow’s Boston Pizza outlet shut down
NEW GLASGOW – The Boston Pizza outlet in New Glasgow closed its doors on Oct. 26. After being open for a little more than a year, workers at the Highland Square Mall restaurant and sports bar were notified of the closure via email. A ...
Tourism on the rise in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
SOUTH WEST NOVA SCOTIA - Yarmouth & Acadian Shores (YAS) tourism numbers are climbing. Room nights sold in the region were up 17 per cent year-to-date to July and up 7 per cent for July alone, says Neil MacKenzie, executive director for ...
Credit unions sign on with Bullfrog
Atlantic Central, the trade association for credit unions in Atlantic Canada, has signed on with Bullfrog Power for all its operations. Bullfrog Power will inject 100 per cent green electricity into the grid to match the amount of conventional ...
Early cannabis sales about as expected, NSLC says
Marijuana sales in Nova Scotia over the first five days of legalization were about what was expected, the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation says. “Things are pretty much on (target),” NSLC spokeswoman Beverley Ware said Monday. She ...
The end is near: year-end
It’s never too early to plan for the company Christmas party in December, especially if you’re a small- to medium-sized business owner and are trying to get a head start on your taxes for the year. “Usually meals and ...