Portapique artist’s first children’s book is an adventure in colour
Truro teen receives Royal Conservatory of Music gold medal
Riders hone their skills at Bible Hill clinic
ElevateHer providing mental health support to females in Nova Scotia
Paramedics hold annual toy drive in Truro
Central Onslow girl collects Christmas donations for local homeless
Climate strikers brave the cold in Truro: Video
Yoga East offers fitness and flexibility in Truro
Needle pokes a workplace hazard at Kemptown recycling facility
FISH-NL ends quest to become certified labour union for Newfoundland and Labrador harvesters
Halifax named top tech centre in Atlantic Canada
Nova Scotia tourism numbers take dip in 2019
Cape Breton networking event for adults with disabilities deemed a success
CBU’s In.Business program hosts ninth annual opening conference in Cape Breton
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Beware the 'bezzle': Three likely sources of illusory wealth in the markets today
I was reminded recently of the term “bezzle.” Economist John Kenneth Galbraith used it to describe a form of theft that comes with a time lag. In other words, you don’t know you’ve been robbed until much later. In his classic ...
‘Tis the season: Gearing up for the lobster season opening in western Nova Scotia
Another lobster season is set to get underway and along with the lobster traps and gear that fishermen will head out to sea with, they’ll also be bringing along high hopes. High hopes for good catches and for good prices. The ...
Oxford Frozen Foods using immigration pilot program to bring in nine families
Oxford Frozen Foods is thinking outside the box, and Canada’s borders, to solve a labour shortage at the world’s largest process of frozen blueberries. The company is bringing nine new families to Oxford from Vietnam and South Korea ...
Failed drilling equipment caused synthetic mud spill, Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator says
Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator has issued BP Canada a non-compliance notice, after an investigation found faulty drilling equipment caused thousands of litres of synthetic mud to spill into the Atlantic Ocean. In a report released Monday, ...
Death of 2.6 million salmon in Newfoundland reignites debate over fish farming
Fishing captain Gary Snooks pulls his boat alongside a fish cage in Fortune Bay off the southern coast of Newfoundland. A chunky, pink plume covers the water. Aboard the Sara Ann, sounder equipment measures decaying fish nine fathoms deep ...
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, ...
Nova Scotia pilot program to help export businesses attract investment
Helping companies looking to grow through outside investment is the objective of the Pitch Prep program Nova Scotia Business Inc. is launching. The pilot program supports businesses hoping to attract investment for the purpose of growth and ...
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 ...