Empowering Beyond Barriers providing comfort for cold hands and heads
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Pushed to adulthood
The joys of being a foster family are shown in loving care of a child
Our universities play a major immigration role.
Poetry at Large event returning to Oxford in April
Casey, Rankin visit Fort Lawrence site of ship railway
Cumberland County skaters get up close experience at Canadian Skating ...
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
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Feds commit $35 million to $93-million Amherst Smartgrid Project
Springhill company receiving business development incentive from NSBI
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel rebranded as Quality Hotel
Clarenville mother and daughter recognized for social enterprise
Former Valley Ex manager Rachel Taylor dusts off law degree, joins Middleton firm
Hart Stores Inc. coming to Amherst
AMHERST, N.S. – A Quebec-based retailer is making its first foray into Nova Scotia with a store in the Amherst Town Square Mall. Hart Stores Inc. is expected to move into the space formerly occupied by Rossy and later Liquidation World in the ...
Molson Coors launching new masterbrand in Canada
Your bottle of Molson Canadian is getting a makeover. Molson Coors launched a new masterbrand today, uniting some of the company’s most iconic beers under one new design. The brands included in the redesign are Molson Canadian, Molson ...
B.M.C. Seafood Ltd. of Meteghan forging ahead with ambitious expansion plan
METEGHAN, N.S. – Everyone has to start somewhere. Cedric Robicheau remembers the days when B.M.C. Seafoods Ltd. in Meteghan started out. It was 1995 and they were buying lobster from one boat. “I had an old ’78 U-Haul truck. ...
$9 shore price in southwestern Nova Scotia creates lobster season ‘bottleneck’
SHELBURNE, NS – An unprecedented shore price of $9 in December for lobsters has created a bottleneck in the supply chain, says a Shelburne County buyer. “We created a bottleneck,” said owner of Cotter’s Ocean Products in ...
Sharp job in Bridgetown - Philip Agombar knows all about putting a good edge on a pair of skates
BRIDGETOWN, NS - When Philip Agombar put a post up on Facebook saying he was sharpening skates, things got busy in a hurry. “I was tired of driving to Greenwood to get my skates done, so I bought a machine,” he said in the post late on ...
Lease expires between Bay Ferries and Portland as company makes move to Bar Harbor for Cat ferry service
YARMOUTH, N.S. – While there is still much to do and sort out before ferry service between Bar Harbor, Maine and Yarmouth, N.S. is finalized, the lease agreement between Bay Ferries and the City of Portland has now expired. “Our ...
Lifelong Shelburne boatbuilder retires: ‘I knew how to build a boat when I was 15 years old'
SHELBURNE, NS – He was only a kid when he knew boatbuilding was what he wanted to do for his life’s work, getting his early learning in the trade from the pages of boatbuilding books read while skipping school in the late 1940s. For ...
Get your refunds here - Carleton Road Industries Association opening bottle exchange in Middleton, Lawrencetown
LAWRENCETOWN, N.S. - By the time local residents get their New Year’s Eve empties bagged up, Carleton Road Bottle Exchange in Lawrencetown will be ready to accept them, sort them, and pay cash. The latest social enterprise, offered by the ...
Nova Scotia governments mull plastic bag ban, businesses take stock of what they use
Municipalities across the province are taking notice of the potential single-use bag ban in HRM, and might be following suit. ...
Perfect Project - ‘Municipalities need to be actively seeking the good things their communities need in order to thrive and prosper’
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Gordonstoun, an international not-for-profit boarding school is coming to Annapolis County thanks to a lot of people, but in the end, council took the initiative in an outside-the-box sort of way. There will be 600 students ...