RCMP investigating fatal crash in Upper Brookside
Sea Monsters in the Age of Dinosaurs being presented at Colchester ...
Beyond Boxing raises money to feed families in need this Christmas
Ski Wentworth hosts its annual swap and sale
Doctor visits Nova Scotia during epic journey to put autism in the ...
The Nutcracker bringing holiday magic to the stage in Truro
Truro veterinarian volunteering at spay/neuter clinic in Nepal
Students and teachers learn new things at MakerTech workshops in Truro
Masstown's copycat Vegas sign meant to be simply fun
Death of 2.6 million salmon in Newfoundland reignites debate over fish farming
Frozen yogurt isn't ice cream, rules judge, in coffee shop's dispute with Halifax mall
Nova Scotia praised as a unique destination on Travel Lemming's top 30 list for 2020
Totally Local offers unique items in Bible Hill
Iranian restauranteur offers Truro a taste of the old country
Sponsored Water’n’Wine celebrates 25 years of making spirits bright
Health and pharmaceutical company with Cape Breton location acquired by American group
The Canada-based Cornerstone Research Group has been acquired by Eversana, a provider of commercial services to the life science industry. Cornerstone, which has its headquarters in Burlington, Ont. and an additional location in Cape Breton, ...
Idea Mentoring bringing new entrepreneurs forward in Cape Breton
Imagine a nicer version of the Dragon’s Den and you’re pretty close to understanding the notion of the Idea Mentoring that’s been underway across the province under the guidance of Innovocorp. While the popular television program ...
Seafarers union sues Ottawa over use of foreign crew on P.E.I. to Magdalen Islands ferry
A union representing sailors across Canada has filed a series of lawsuits challenging Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for allowing a ferry company to hire temporary foreign workers for jobs they claim could have gone to ...
Garrison Brewing opens Halifax taproom inspired by Oxford Theatre
Garrison Brewing is ready to raise the curtain on a new initiative. Halifax’s new taproom, the Oxford, premieres Friday on Quinpool Road near Oxford Street in a former hair salon, steps away from the entrance to the beloved single-screen ...
NSCC piloting Women’s Fishing Master Class 4 Program at Burridge Campus in Yarmouth
A pilot program is being launched at the NSCC Burridge Campus in Yarmouth this winter that will give women the foundation to start a career on the water in the commercial fisheries. Applications are now being accepted for the Women’s Fishing ...
FedEx Ground building new distribution centre in Cape Breton
A 28,000-square-foot FedEx Ground distribution centre is expected to open in Cape Breton during the summer of 2020. The facility is now under construction at 325 Vulcan Avenue, which was once the home of the local Schwartz Furniture location. In ...
2019 Vital Cape Breton Award winners announced
The NextGen Leadership Society, in collaboration with the Cape Breton Partnership, hosted the 2019 Vital Cape Breton Awards on Nov. 8 at Centre 200. In the employer category, winners were Parks Canada, Eskasoni Corporate, United Way Cape Breton, ...
Grieg NL hatchery under construction in Marystown
Perry Power, human resources manager/communications with Grieg NL, said their thoughts go out to Northern Harvest Sea Farms, which had a mass salmon die-off in September that killed 2.6 million fish. "Clearly our hearts go out to our ...
Bent Ridge Winery taps into unique harvesting partnership with Windsor hockey team
When it comes to finding labourers to help harvest grapes, Bent Ridge Winery has tapped into an unexpected source. ...
An Enfield mainstay for 35 years, Curly Portable’s is for sale
The legend of Curly Portable apparently extends far and wide. Curly Portable’s, a tavern and eatery initially converted from an Enfield funeral home 35 years ago, closed its doors and posted a For Sale sign Thursday. Interest has already ...