Colchester: Puppets, fundraising, a farm and frost
Maritime Marionettes bring travelling theatre to Truro
Truro man takes aim at $70,000 fundraising target for cancer research
Truro entrepreneur thrilled with Marvel Comics partnership
Truro council approves Prince St. development
Shortts Lake couple recount attempt to save man
Mental health in the workplace to be focus of upcoming event in Truro
Not enough beds for homeless people in Truro
Truro woman loves the beauty of her wearable collection
UPDATED: Dorian cancels Bearcats-Crushers MHL exhibition game
Brookfield goaltender to play for Canada at Winter Deaflympics in Italy
Eastlink to broadcast three junior A Bearcats games this season
SPORTS SCENE: The man for the job – Phil Lynds
Bearcats trim training camp roster to 24
Jr. A Bearcats cut roster to 28
Why the future of women’s hockey is at risk
Lake Placid, N.Y. – It was high-stakes time in yet another chapter of the storied Canada-United States hockey rivalry. The top talent of the women’s under-18 class were deadlocked 1-1 throughout the third period of a spirited ...
I Got Mind ups arsenal to battle mental health issues in sports
One year is in the books. Sure, it had its challenges. But long days, arduous travel and logistical hurdles aside, the I Got Mind tour is hailing its 10-stop trip throughout Western Canada a success — or at least a solid first step ...
Anderson says the Senators' leaders have to be role models for the future stars
Craig Anderson joked about being the last man standing. After the summer trade of Zack Smith to Chicago for Artem Anisimov, the Ottawa Senators goaltender became the club’s longest serving member. As he heads into his 19 th season of ...
Amherst hockey product signs pro contract in New Jersey
Mallory Rushton is trading her college hockey uniform for a professional one. The 22-year-old Brookdale native has signed a contract with the Metropolitan Riveters of the National Women’s Hockey League. The team is based in Monmouth ...
Gainey happy to see former Canadiens teammate Carbonneau in Hall of Fame
Bob Gainey once fired Guy Carbonneau as head coach of the Canadiens, but he’s happy to see that his former teammate will be joining him in the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. “I played with Guy for a few years and then I watched him ...
Mooseheads defenceman Chainey stepping away from hockey
Halifax Mooseheads defenceman Jocktan Chainey is stepping away from hockey. The QMJHL team announced it on its Twitter feed Wednesday. “After receiving offers to play Pro in the ECHL or return to the QMJHL as an OA, Jocktan Chainey has ...
Labrador man goes viral with his Canadiens’ lawn
Dave Barnes had just got back from home from his summer vacation and was feeling the post-holidays blues. Mowing his lawn in Happy Valley-Goose Bay wasn’t quite the same as being a tourist in a city like Montreal. So, Barnes decided to lighten ...
Ben Higgins returning to play with Bearcats
Ben Higgins is returning to his roots. The Truro junior A Bearcats have announced the gritty forward who is from Bible Hill will suit up for the squad this season. Higgins grew up in the Truro minor hockey system. Most recently, Higgins was a ...
Yarmouth's Allie Munroe heading overseas to play pro hockey in Sweden
Yarmouth’s Allie Munroe is used to travelling for hockey. But the 22-year-old is about to embark on the biggest road trip of her hockey career. Munroe is heading to Stockholm, Sweden to play professional hockey. Munroe made the ...
Mooseheads hire former Canadiens assistant as new head coach
J.J. Daigneault has been named the new head coach of the Halifax Mooseheads. The 12th head coach in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League franchise’s history, the former Montreal Canadiens assistant takes over following the departure of Eric ...