Showtime for Truro production of Guys & Dolls is approaching: Video
Hubtown Boxing Club hosting Saturday card at Rath Eastlink Community ...
MADD Cobequid chosen to receive 100 Women Who Care funds
Truro man touring with story of genderqueer rock and roller
Animal House: Canada Goose rescued from Highway 102 recovering at Hope ...
Colchester County charity in need of recovery space for feral cats
The Heartland Tour is bringing fitness fun to Truro
Young Central Onslow woman seeks success on modelling runways
Mike’s Lunch in Glace Bay to close its doors after 109-year run
Efficiency Nova Scotia programs give local entrepreneurs a leg up
Grafton Street Tim Hortons sustains ‘considerable smoke damage’ following fire
Halifax marijuana producer's parent company sold for $122 million
New sweet potato variety could help Lakeville farm family access lucrative market
Valley Drive-in back in action
From ‘Shy Ross’ to marketing boss: Founder of Foundation Marketing to chair Black Business Summit
NSLC sales up compared to previous fiscal year
Nova Scotians purchased $33.2 million worth of recreational cannabis last year, according to the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. year-end report. The report, released Tuesday, showed 866,800 cannabis transactions with an average dollar value of $38.29 ...
Cat ferry 2019 season start delayed: Bay Ferries
Bay Ferries Limited says "mid-summer" is anticipated as the earliest start-up time for The Cat ferry service between Nova Scotia and Maine, although so far it's only identified the need to cancel and refund reservations prior to ...
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 ...
Dal study finds support for reduced plastics in Atlantic Canada's food industry
People in the Atlantic provinces, British Columbia and Quebec are most concerned about the impacts of single-use plastics in the food industry, says a new study by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. More than 87 per cent of ...
Halifax's DHX gets unsolicited merger offer
Management at DHX Media Ltd. of Halifax is acknowledging that Sakthi Global Holdings Ltd. — a company with roots in India — has made an unsolicited merger proposal on Tuesday, but that’s about all it knows. DHX Media owns the ...
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 ...
RETALES: Thief & Bandit combines retail, production
Amie Cunningham started Thief & Bandit 10 years ago and it has evolved to the point where she has opened a production and retail space in downtown Halifax. Thief & Bandit designs, produces and sells women’s and children’s ...
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 ...