COMMENT: Saying no to Northern Pulp
Mar. 30, 1950: Car badly damaged as brakes fail
Wallace Country Christmas on Dec. 12
Holiday Party at the Advocate Library on Dec. 19
Amherst has a full schedule of holiday recreation activities
COMMENT: 'We are more alike than we are unalike’
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COMMENT: Are minority-language education rights protected?
COMMENTARY: Team sports are the civilized embodiment of tribalism
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Looming Northern Pulp decision could chip away at forestry business
ManpowerGroup foresees pessimistic hiring climate for St. John's in early 2020
Union leader and mayor remain hopeful about Corner Brook Pulp and Paper's future
Extension granted to Bear Head natural gas plant, pipeline project
Quidi Vidi Brewery looking for second deck
DHX Media to voluntarily delist from Nasdaq exchange
Stephen Poloz's parting gift to Canada: A shot of confidence to thrive in the new economy
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz’s 1982 Ph.D thesis — “ The Demand for Money in a Multicurrency World ” — generated three separate journal articles, an uncommon achievement that helped him win a job at the central ...
Cape Breton networking event for adults with disabilities deemed a success
A networking event that brought the local business community together with persons with disabilities seeking jobs will now become an annual event after a successful inaugural gathering. NetworkIt! was a partnership between the Nova Scotia Works ...
Founder of Debert's Kohler Windows dies in Florida home
Peter Kohler, founder of Kohltech Windows and Entrance Systems, has died. Kohler passed away in his sleep Monday morning at his winter home in Florida. He was 77. Kohler founded Kohler Windows, now Kohltech Windows and Entrance Systems, almost ...
CBU’s In.Business program hosts ninth annual opening conference in Cape Breton
Cape Breton University’s In.Business mentorship program for Indigenous youth welcomed more than 50 students from across Atlantic Canada to its ninth annual opening conference in Cape Breton from Nov. 21-23. The program is facilitated by ...
Beware the 'bezzle': Three likely sources of illusory wealth in the markets today
I was reminded recently of the term “bezzle.” Economist John Kenneth Galbraith used it to describe a form of theft that comes with a time lag. In other words, you don’t know you’ve been robbed until much later. In his classic ...
UPDATED: Thousands up early to start their shopping in Cape Breton
Mavis Susin found herself in an advantageous spot as she took part in a growing phenomenon in the Cape Breton shopping community that began before the sun came up early Thursday morning. Susin was first in line for the Red Thursday sale at ...
Harvey's to close in Sydney and reopen in new location
Harvey’s Restaurant in Sydney is closing but not for good. Maureen Hart, the communications person for Recipe Unlimited, which owns the Harvey's brand, said they are closing this Harvey's location at the end of the year. In an email ...
Target Marketing and Communications of St. John's named Canada's small agency of the year
St. John's-based Target Marketing and Communications was named Canada's small agency of the year at the Agency of the Year (AOY) awards presented by Strategy, Canada’s national marketing industry journal of record. Target ...
UPDATED: Cape Breton doggy daycare given approval to operate overnight kennel service
A Sydney-area dog daycare has been given the go-ahead to offer an overnight kennel service. A couple of dozen people, both supporters and opponents of Crate Escape owner Nicole Campbell's Keltic Drive business, attended Tuesday’s Cape ...
‘Tis the season: Gearing up for the lobster season opening in western Nova Scotia
Another lobster season is set to get underway and along with the lobster traps and gear that fishermen will head out to sea with, they’ll also be bringing along high hopes. High hopes for good catches and for good prices. The ...