Colchester: Animals, chainsaws and exhibition
Wambolt’s Hobby Farm brings lively attraction to Bible Hill
Chainsaw juggler to attempt new world record during HubFest
George Canyon to run for Conservatives in Central Nova
Video: A glimpse of opening day at the Nova Scotia Provincial ...
Truro Police seek help in identifying woman in photo
North River woman awaits life-saving double-lung transplant
Valley husband and wife become an iron couple
Truro to host skateboarder Tony Hawk at Jackalope tourney come 2020
LETTER: Open-net pen aquaculture is a failed technology
LETTER: Are roundabouts really the best option?
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
LETTER: Our bird populations need your help
LETTER: ‘Silly season and sillier answers on plastics
It’s time we adopted a new set of 3R’s
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Wetlands are natural climate defenders
One important word is missing from the conversation Canadians are having about climate change. Wetlands. Wetlands are natural defenders against extreme weather, protecting our communities and our way of life. February 2nd is World Wetlands Day. ...
Letter: Time to think fur free in Newfoundland
2019 is going to be a good year for the animals, at least in San Francisco. On New Year’s Day 2019, San Francisco implements a much-anticipated ban on the sale of real fur, becoming the largest U.S. city (so far) to do so. They might have ...
LETTER: Animal cruelty must be stopped
As long as I can remember (and that’s a long time), I’ve wondered just why some people are so cruel to their pets. Our God has given us these beautiful cats and dogs to live in our homes where they fill our days with affection and joy. ...
LETTER: Veterinarian from New Waterford now ‘soaring with the eagles’
Conservation enthusiasts and wildlife associations were dealt a blow this past weekend with the news that Dr. Helene Van Doninck, DVM, passed away after a very courageous battle, and we offer heartfelt condolences. Our organization, the Port ...