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Updated downtown Wolfville building to offer luxury rental suites
Cape Breton's Mercer family 'take one for the team' with station closure
From North Alton to Brazil, Valley man using map-making skills to create board games
Budding Truro Cannabis Company approved for distribution
Grand Pré fireworks company on deck for 500th anniversary of Cuban city
Proposed Cape Breton container terminal logistics park has first ‘green’ tenant
SCOTT HANNAH: How to approach family to create a more affordable holiday season
Q: We will have a big family gathering over the Thanksgiving weekend, with both of my kids and my sister’s three kids home from their respective colleges and universities. My brother has a grown son and daughter-in-law with two little ones and ...
SCOTT HANNAH: Is using a credit line to buy a car better than dealer financing?
Q: My truck is currently in the shop for repairs but they’ve told me it’s not worth fixing. I’ve got some money for a down payment on a used one but instead of going through the whole application process for dealer financing, ...
It’s a Shore Thing
For Tessa Adams, opening her own arts and crafts store in Liverpool, was the “shore thing” to do. Adams has always been artistic and creative. Even while she was a Grade 1 and 2 classroom teacher in the Halifax region, she still found ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Even McDonald's can't ignore the data behind plant-based burgers
When McDonald’s makes a move, everyone pays attention. That’s just the way things are in the food service industry. For months, rumors were swirling around McDonald’s and when they would launch a plant-based product. We now know ...
A later ‘vibe’ on Sydney's Charlotte Street
Nagy Abdou is looking to be part of the change to get a new “vibe” happening in downtown Sydney. The entrepreneur is the managing partner of the newly opened 7 by 7 restaurant and The Parlour Sweet House on Charlotte Street. Housed ...
ECO-TOURISM: Running off the grid in Cape Breton
It’s part practicality mixed with a measure of self-sufficiency. Off-grid camping and glamping is becoming more popular as people look to get back to basics as much as they can during a holiday or weekend getaway. The dream of opening ...
National Coffee Day - stories worth sipping on
Just Us!, just helping out! “VictoriUS!” a title in tribute to William Hall VC, is the first release in a series of specialty coffees launched this passed year by Just Us! Coffee Co-op ...
North Atlantic Refinery in Come By Chance nominated for global energy award
North Atlantic Refining Limited Partnership (NARL) has been nominated for a 2019 S&P Global Platts energy award. The Newfoundland-based company is one of eight companies shortlisted for the award of excellence, which recognizes ...
Selling Cape Breton to the world one click at a time
The Cape Breton Partnership will be looking to piggyback on the worldwide attention afforded to the Farmer’s Daughter in 2016 as the organization launches a website marketing Cape Breton as a place to live, work and study. The Farmer’s ...
COMMENTARY: When talking about affordability, don’t forget people need to eat
One of the main issues shaping Canada’s 43rd federal election is affordability. It has repeatedly been a top issue of concern for Canadians across opinion polls and it is said to be one of the defining issues that will determine who wins. It ...