Young Masstown woman is a die-hard fan of Harry Potter
Young Millbrook woman named Miss Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Summer Games
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Maritime Marionettes bring travelling theatre to Truro
Truro entrepreneur thrilled with Marvel Comics partnership
Truro council approves Prince St. development
Shortts Lake couple recount attempt to save man
Mental health in the workplace to be focus of upcoming event in Truro
Owner selling pharmaceutical company BioVectra for $250 million
Belliveau Cove business open for 11,111 consecutive days planning a one-day closure on Sept. 18
Canadian government quietly signs $2 billion defence contract with General Dynamics
ENTREVESTOR: Purple Cow’s low internet prices take aim at Nova Scotia’s big players
Former Marvel boss new CEO of DHX Media
Truro IT expert reflects on 18 years of sacrifice in building his business
FEDERAL ELECTION: Parties asked to stop Canada Post from expanding flyer distribution plans
A plan by Canada Post to expand its distribution of retail flyers across the country has raised the ire of a national advocacy group for print and digital media. The group believes the federal Crown corporation is trying to muscle in on a revenue ...
Workplace accidents trending downwards in Nova Scotia
Fewer people are being hurt on the job in the residential construction industry, leading to lower workers’ compensation premiums. The industry rate in residential construction is set to decline by nine per cent in 2020, WCB Nova Scotia ...
These aren’t your grandmother’s pierogis! - New Middleton diner big on bold flavours, keeping it local
If you’re walking by 101A Commercial Street and get drawn in to that little ‘50s-style diner, chances are Zoe McCredie was frying up some hand-made pierogis and you couldn’t resist. Not your fault. The aroma just wafts out that ...
Ford recalls 665,000 vehicles for safety issues, includes Atlantic Canadian vehicles
The Ford Motor Company issued four recalls Friday affecting over 665,000 vehicles in North America. The recalls cover braking seal leaks, corrosion of battery juntions, loss of power steering and seat belt restraint issues. The company said ...
Zenabis looking to fill 45 positions at Stellarton location
Zenabis, a cannabis products company, is hosting a job fair in an effort to fill 45 new positions at its Stellarton location. “It was a good interview,” said Jeff Piek of New Glasgow. “They asked a lot of questions about who you ...
From Barrington Street record dealer to international deal broker
Darren Throop has come a long way from the days when he sold records from a small store on Barrington Street in Halifax. Today, the CEO of Entertainment One, Throop is busy dealing with the aftermath of the deal announced last week in which he ...
Lawrencetown’s Shakes on Main a cool 1950s-style diner with exceptional staff
Odessa MacNeil is turning back time in Lawrencetown as she opens a ‘50s-style diner complete with a ‘Happy Days’ feel, a cool name, and a menu Richie Cunningham would have approved complete with root beer floats, banana splits, and ...
Authentic Seacoast acquires Acadian Maple
Authentic Seacoast Co. Ltd. of Guysborough says it has acquired Acadian Maple Products Ltd. of Upper Tantallon. “We are delighted to have family-owned Acadian Maple become part of Authentic Seacoast,” said Authentic Seacoast’s ...
Halifax’s e-scooter rental boss hopes to spawn micro-mobility revolution
A fleet of rental e-scooters in downtown Halifax could very well trigger a micro-mobility revolution in the city. That’s what Max Rastelli, the brains behind HFX e-Scooters, is hoping for. “It’s potentially a game changer in ...
Nova Scotia Power dismantling 50-year-old power stack in Point Tupper
Nova Scotia Power has begun the process of dismantling a 50-year-old, 91-metre tall stack at its Point Tupper Generating Station. “It’s a fairly slow process, starting at the top, as we remove the stack layer by layer,” said ...