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UPDATED: Cape Breton doggy daycare given approval to operate overnight kennel service
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NSCC piloting Women’s Fishing Master Class 4 Program at Burridge Campus in Yarmouth
A pilot program is being launched at the NSCC Burridge Campus in Yarmouth this winter that will give women the foundation to start a career on the water in the commercial fisheries. Applications are now being accepted for the Women’s Fishing ...
FedEx Ground building new distribution centre in Cape Breton
A 28,000-square-foot FedEx Ground distribution centre is expected to open in Cape Breton during the summer of 2020. The facility is now under construction at 325 Vulcan Avenue, which was once the home of the local Schwartz Furniture location. In ...
2019 Vital Cape Breton Award winners announced
The NextGen Leadership Society, in collaboration with the Cape Breton Partnership, hosted the 2019 Vital Cape Breton Awards on Nov. 8 at Centre 200. In the employer category, winners were Parks Canada, Eskasoni Corporate, United Way Cape Breton, ...
Grieg NL hatchery under construction in Marystown
Perry Power, human resources manager/communications with Grieg NL, said their thoughts go out to Northern Harvest Sea Farms, which had a mass salmon die-off in September that killed 2.6 million fish. "Clearly our hearts go out to our ...
Bent Ridge Winery taps into unique harvesting partnership with Windsor hockey team
When it comes to finding labourers to help harvest grapes, Bent Ridge Winery has tapped into an unexpected source. ...
Reasons for food security optimism in Newfoundland and Labrador
Decades of decline has reduced farming in Newfoundland and Labrador to a relatively small industry, yet there remains some optimism the province can find a way to improve food security. The latest edition of the annual Vital Signs report was ...
Port Rexton Brewing teams up with Saint-Pierre and Miquelon brewery
Unlike the rum-running days of yesteryear, a new brewing collaboration between Newfoundland and Saint-Pierre-Miquelon is completely on the up-and-up. Port Rexton Brewing Company and the Brasserie Artisanale de l’Anse in ...
Membertou receives conditional approval for bus licence changes
The provincial regulator has approved an application by Membertou First Nation to amend its motor carrier licence, but with conditions. The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board released its decision Friday. The conditions it placed on the approval ...
Nova Scotia praised as a unique destination on Travel Lemming's top 30 list for 2020
The appeal of visiting Nova Scotia is highlighted by the annual Travel Lemming Emerging Destination Awards, as number two on the list of the top 30 emerging travel destinations for 2020, and the number one North American destination. The vacation ...
Kentucky Fried Chicken testing bamboo poutine buckets in Canada
In the latest move by a fast-food giant to do its part towards environmental sustainability, Kentucky Fried Chicken Canada is exploring eco-friendly buckets made out of bamboo. The plant fibre, which will first be tested as poutine ...