Interfaith Harmony Week being marked in Truro
Carma Cat Rescue issues urgent request for help
Truro NSCC building pedestrian bridge between two main halls
Truro fighter wins gold at Rogue Grappling contest
Truro Legion helping people keep warm
Colchester Highland Games & Gathering saying farewell
Greenfield artist’s work raising funds for man with brain tumour
Messages for Annie: Colchester County family not giving up on missing ...
Former Nova Institution inmates make quilt for United Way of ...
Tim Hortons releasing new Dream Donuts across Canada
Northern Peninsula female crane operator breaking barriers offshore
Mommzie’s Doggie Spa pampering pooches in Bible Hill
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Overeaters could become new environmentalist target
Yoga East offers fitness and flexibility in Truro
Bible Hill company spearheads Canada’s first-ever private pharmacare system
VIDEO: Brett Bundale talks top business trends for Atlantic Canada in 2020
Over the past week, SaltWire Network's Brett Bundale took a look at five of the top trends heading into 2020 and the decade ahead. She delved into five topics: Oil and gas, the economy, fisheries, forestry, and technology and ...
'Grocerant' trend could take off as East Coast consumers look to cut restaurant bills: expert
Rising food prices are making food affordability a top concern for many Canadians, a trend a food expert says could benefit grocers. A new survey released Dec. 17 by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University found 87 per cent of ...
Costandi Designs hosts grand opening of its Truro location
Costandi Designs officially opened their new Truro location Thursday, six months after first setting up shop. For co-owner Karl Costandi, it was a homecoming of sorts as his mother first started the business more than 40 years ago from her Queen ...
Nova Scotia sees biggest population bump in 30 years: RBC
Nova Scotia is seeing its biggest population increase in more than 30 years, bolstering labour demand and pushing up wages, according to the Royal Bank of Canada in its provincial outlook released on Friday. The province’s housing ...
Rich Punjabi flavours find a following in Truro
The first thing that strikes you when you enter Nidhi Anand’s home is the rich and delicious aroma of cooking in her kitchen. She grew up in northern India, where foods like malai kofta potato dumplings and chicken biryani were everyday ...
198 employees told Web.com is closing down its Yarmouth location after 18 years in community
A company that has been a major part of the economic fibre in Yarmouth County for more than 18 years – first as Register.com and now as Web.com – is shutting down. The announcement was made to employees the afternoon of Dec. ...
Condor Airlines flying back into Halifax airport
Halifax Stanfield International Airport is welcoming back Condor Airlines in 2020, with four-times-a-week service to Frankfurt and the return of weekly flights to Munich. Condor, which describes itself as Germany's most popular leisure ...
Nova Scotians can now order medical cannabis on Shoppers Drug Mart website
Nova Scotians are now able to order medical cannabis online through Shoppers Drug Mart. ...
Weather delays opening of lobster season in southwest N.S. by a day
The opening of the lobster fishing season in southwestern Nova Scotia is being delayed by one day due to the weather. Rather than heading out to sea to set their gear on Monday, Nov. 25, strong winds have kept fishermen ashore an extra day. A ...
Think tank says Atlantic Canada's 'prosperity gap' could be closed in a generation
The prosperity gap between Atlantic Canada and the rest of the country could be closed in a generation, according to a new report that calls for “pro-growth policies” including tax cuts and curbed spending. The report released ...