Colchester: Music, history, celebration & a found cat
Bass River musician Bill Elliott nominated for an ECMA
Truro woman remembers the day Martin Luther King was shot
Truro man remembers being an NYPD officer in the 1960s
Heritage Day being celebrated at the Colchester Historeum
Truro woman ready to help people meet and hook their animal spirit ...
Second Truro 1985 video features Willow St.
Gouda cheese and Portuguese coffee sauce featured in Truro’s Burger ...
Dal AC student’s art is on display at NovelTea
UK's May suffers embarrassing defeat on Brexit strategy
Sailor shortage causing headaches for Royal Canadian Navy
Supreme Court rules in favour of Sequence Bio
Sobeys offering sensory-friendly shopping at Fundy Trail Centre store in Truro
Rita’s Tea Room in Big Pond to close
Video: Jennifer MacQueen Simmons travels across Nova Scotia for her furry clients
Clarenville mother and daughter recognized for social enterprise
Clarenville teen Monica Snow and her mother Carolyn Burton have been recognized at International Development Week in Ottawa this month for their fair trade endeavor, Sol Company. Snow and Burton’s story is part of International Development ...
Former Valley Ex manager Rachel Taylor dusts off law degree, joins Middleton firm
When Rachel Taylor moved to Canada in 2008, she and her husband bought a fixer-upper in Bridgetown with plans to take a year off to renovate. It didn’t work out quite like that. “After a few months I was going crazy,” she said. ...
Coast guard urges boat owners to register emergency beacons
Fishing boat owners and operators who haven’t yet registered their EPIRBs - emergency position-indicating radio beacons – are being asked to do so. It could save lives. A big issue for the Canadian Coast Guard is that vessels with ...
Stench solution: After years of Labrador City residents complaining, town finds solution to ‘rotten egg’ odour from sewage plant
Gerry Beson and Alice Osmond moved to their home on Lakeside Drive in Labrador City in 2003. The property has a nice backyard and is close to Little Wabush Lake, but it's also close to the town's sewage treatment plant, which borders the ...
Cryptocurrency exchange gets court orders amid hunt for elusive assets
HALIFAX — Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange was granted protection from its creditors Tuesday as it deals with the fallout from its founder's death and the virtual company's inability to gain access to $180 million in digital assets ...
Employees reeling after lay off notice at Web.com's New Glasgow office
Web.com, which in 2016 predicted it would hire 330 people at its New Glasgow office, has notified employees there of an impending round of layoffs. “Not even the office managers even knew about it. The company just dropped it like a ...
Cooke Aquaculture acquires shrimp farms
A major player in aquaculture in the Northeast U.S. and in Atlantic Canada has completed acquisition of one of the largest premium shrimp farms in Latin America. Cooke Inc. says it has acquired Seajoy Seafood Corp., which farms shrimp in Honduras ...
Price of gas likely to rise about 2 cents a litre under UARB plan
The price of gasoline in Nova Scotia is likely to increase by about two cents a litre due to a change in how the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board calculates the price. In a notice released on Monday, the UARB is proposing a change in the ...
Son cutting in on father’s Amherst barber shop business
AMHERST, N.S. – The barber shop is a social hub of society, and it’s also the social hub of the Fahey family. “A lot of fathers and sons, unfortunately, don’t get along and don’t work well together,” said ...
Advanced robotics, automation to be employed at Surrette Battery in Springhill
SPRINGHILL, N.S. – The growing demand for batteries built at Surrette Battery in Springhill is powering the need for expansion. “For the past three years Surrette Battery has been fortunate to enjoy significant year-over-year growth in ...