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
One for the record book - Middleton athlete Danny Frame gets caber toss kudos from people at Guinness
Valley husband and wife become an iron couple
UPDATE: Rock Diamonds N wins The Guardian Gold Cup and Saucer in 1:51.4
Gettin Messi sets new Atlantic standard at Charlottetown Driving Park
Truro’s Dylan Blenkhorn finishes fourth in latest race
WALTER BUCHIGNANI: The Italian Grand Prix and Ferrari's future
The Italian Grand Prix is always special for Ferrari, but this weekend’s homecoming could prove to be a defining moment in the history of the storied squad. At least, Charles Leclerc hopes to make it so. The 21-year-old Formula One ...
Eric Lamaze not thrilled with Olympic show jumping changes
He is admittedly not at his best physically, but Eric Lamaze was in fighting form on Wednesday after a mere mention of the changes to the Olympic equestrian rules. “It’s horrible,” fumed Lamaze, Canada’s finest show jumping ...
Bianca Andreescu first Canadian to win at home in 50 years, as Serena Williams retires from Rogers Cup final
It took mere minutes for Bianca Andreescu to win a history-making title at the Rogers Cup in what will go down as an anti-climactic celebration. The 19-year-old became the first Canadian to win on home soil in 50 years, but it wasn’t how ...
Row N.S. president calls coastal rowing a ‘game changer’ for province
Katie Edwards, the president of Row Nova Scotia, says the province has a chance to lead the country in an exciting new facet of the sport. “Coastal (rowing) is absolutely something that I think is going to expand the base of rowing,” ...
Report: Raptors sign Dartmouth's Lindell Wigginton to play in summer league
Lindell Wigginton wasn’t among the record six Canadians to be selected at the NBA Draft Thursday night but his pro dream is still alive after reportedly signing a contract with the Toronto Raptors. Wigginton of Dartmouth signed with the NBA ...
Body camera backs up assault allegations against Raptors' Ujiri: Sheriff
The altercation between Raptors president Masai Ujiri and an Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy during the NBA finals last week shows no sign of going away quietly. Speaking to the Toronto Sun Tuesday, Sgt. Ray Kelly, sheriff’s office ...
Ellie Black named to Canadian Pan Am team
Ellie Black will compete in yet another Pan American Games next month. The Halifax gymnast was named to the Canadian team that will compete at the upcoming event in Lima, Peru. “I am so excited to be part of this team and to represent ...
RAPTORS PARADE DAY: Jump for joy for the NBA champs
They jumped through hoops to bring Toronto, and Canada, home the NBA championship, and this morning the Raptors’ historic win will be celebrated with a giant victory parade and rally. Upwards of one million people are ...
Perfect day for 1400 runners in 44th annual Johnny Miles Running Events Weekend
“Get a plan, stick to it, and don’t overtrain.” That’s the word from Jeff Ratushny who finished first in the 44th annual Johnny Miles Marathon. “I did the half marathon last year, and I loved it. Loved the ...
True team effort by Raptors defeats Golden State's dynasty
OAKLAND — When the North remembers, it will no longer have to be the horrors of dreadful seasons and stars fleeing South. The Toronto Raptors will return to Canada as NBA Champions, after denying the Golden State Warriors a third straight title ...