Biking helps Truro man become healthier and happier
IWK bins replaced with mobile trailer in one area of Truro
Bible Hill man opens 3D visualization firm
Heartland Tour sees record turnout in Truro
Truro man recalls dangers of being gay in the old country
Pride flag raised at Truro Town Hall
Truro Farmers’ Market helping fight food insecurity
How a Truro businesswoman rose to the top at McDonald’s
Truro woman creates line of skincare products
COMMENTARY: Energy gluttony could be humanity's undoing
LETTER: Our bird populations need your help
Exit Planning: The importance of trust
OPINION: I mourn for the right whale towed to my shore
LETTER: ‘Silly season and sillier answers on plastics
Animal House: Wild babies are usually best left in the wild
MARK TOWHEY: The space race — Sputnik to Apollo
“Beep… Beep… Beep…” Radios around the world picked up the steady pulse of a signal being broadcast from high overhead — where no aircraft could fly. It was October 1957, and the Soviet Union had just ...
Gold executives promise to 'stick to their knitting' and practice prudence as bullion prices soar
Peter Marrone, chairman of Toronto-based Yamana Gold Inc., isn’t betting that a bull run is just around the corner even as gold prices soar to their highest point in a half-decade. His cautious attitude about rising bullion prices is not ...
ANTHONY FUREY: Maybe Canadian politicians should just lay low this summer
For the past few days political circles and talk radio have been unpacking a rude tirade by Ontario cabinet minister Lisa MacLeod aimed at Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk. MacLeod apparently approached Melnyk unprovoked at a Rolling Stones ...
EDITORIAL: The Liberals have problems with judicial independence
It’s not enough that politicians be clear of actual wrongdoing when it comes to misdeeds, such as corruption or improperly interfering with the justice system. They must be completely free of the perception that they have crossed these ...
FUREY: China just laughed in Canada's face – what now?
The Chinese government has now delivered what the kids today would call a “sick burn” against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland. The words uttered on Wednesday by China’s foreign ...
Recycled Love: Driven to help pets
People often ask what drove me to get involved in animal rescue, and I struggle to answer each time. What I am well aware of is I have had a lifelong love for animals, and maybe, throughout the years, I realized animals needed protecting. I ...
GWYNNE DYER: Trump, tariffs and how to start a war
The best way to deal with Donald Trump, especially if you are a foreign government negotiating trade issues, is to give him a little win. It doesn’t have to be big and important; he’s mainly interested in declaring a ...
JIM VIBERT: We’ve become dangerously numb to Trump
Admit it. There’s no shame, it’s a matter of self-preservation. You, like millions of others, have become numb — perhaps comfortably, perhaps not — to the fantasyland presidency, the vile bile from the vomitorium ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Health Canada should be protecting us
Last month, filmmaker Aube Giroux’s ‘Modified’ won the James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Award for best documentary film. ...
LANA PAYNE: The war on workers
The war on workers and their rights is gaining speed and ground in Canada with a wave of conservative governments from Alberta to New Brunswick. Every day ushers in another surge of attacks on workers, their rights, and hard-fought ...