Former Hilden resident reflects on 32 years as a female RCMP officer
Truro family are now ‘Earth Rangers’ saving animals and living green
Pleasant Valley hockey player back from his Italian odyssey
Truro couple feeling like a million dollars
Shubenacadie Sam preparing for his big day
Truro woman knits nests for Australian wildlife
Jail ordered for Belmont woman for counselling arson
Missing Crowes Mills man deemed murdered
Interfaith Harmony Week being marked in Truro
Tim Hortons releasing new Dream Donuts across Canada
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Overeaters could become new environmentalist target
Chinese company gets green light to explore offshore of Newfoundland and Labrador
Mommzie’s Doggie Spa pampering pooches in Bible Hill
Bible Hill company spearheads Canada’s first-ever private pharmacare system
Northern Peninsula female crane operator breaking barriers offshore
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Starbucks goes dairy free, for the planet
Starbucks aims to become “resource positive” by storing more carbon than it releases, eliminating waste and providing more fresh water than it uses. Everything coming out of a Starbucks store will be served in recyclable or compostable ...
Cape Breton seniors still having financial issues as number of Atlantic Canadians closer to insolvency drops
The number of Atlantic Canadians just $200 or less away from being insolvent at month-end has dropped seven points since September to 49 per cent, according to the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index. “The latest wave of research signals an ...
Project hopes to have Cape Breton businesses dealing with less red tape
Cape Breton businesses will have less red tape to deal with due to a provincial pilot project that will modernize and align regulations across the island. It’s being launched by the Office of Regulatory Affairs and Service Effectiveness, in ...
More buildings to be demolished at former DSTN site
More buildings will be torn down at the former DSTN property. Nova Scotia Lands says a tender has been awarded for the demolition of the former A and B shop building at what is now the Trenton Commercial Park, and work on the site should begin in ...
China among 15 countries to create new trade appeals system based on Canada-EU deal
Fifteen additional countries, including China, have signed on to create an interim mechanism for resolving global trade disputes that will be modelled on the agreement Canada and the European Union first struck in December. The move by Canada and ...
Carlton Cards, Bench owners are closing stores in Canada, but it's not a sign of the 'retail apocalypse' just yet
Two chains indicated Wednesday that they will be closing their Canadian locations, another sign of changing times within the retail industry. Schurman Retail Group, the owner of greeting card companies Carlton Cards and Papyrus, is closing all 76 ...
Boutique fitness boom hitting the Halifax area
It’s a cold January morning, and Natalie MacMillan doesn’t feel like going to the gym. When she belonged to a big box gym downtown, the excuses piled up quickly: It’s inconvenient. It’s impersonal. It’s ...
Cape Breton law firm LaFosse MacLeod welcomes new partners
LaFosse MacLeod Law Office has welcomed Ian Parker and Stephanie Myles as partners in the Cape Breton law firm. Both have both been practicing lawyers since 2012, and joined the firm early in their careers. “I have been impressed with Ian ...
Regulatory changes coming for Nova Scotia’s credit unions
Regulatory changes for Nova Scotia credit unions have been finalized and will come into effect on July 1. Changes and amendments under the Credit Union Act will include modernizing membership rules, such as clarifying the process for notifying ...
Professional selling reinvented workshop coming to Cape Breton in February
A two-day workshop entitled "Professional Selling Reinvented" is coming to Cape Breton, Feb. 10-11. The course will also cover the principles of consultative selling, identifying and developing traits for sales success, maintaining and ...