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Mar 15, 1950: Town bus crashes into Wilson’s window
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Ladies night at Advocate fire hall on Nov. 23
Stop complaining and provide a fair minimum wage to workers
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Health and pharmaceutical company with Cape Breton location acquired by American group
Nova Scotia pilot program to help export businesses attract investment
Idea Mentoring bringing new entrepreneurs forward in Cape Breton
Seafarers union sues Ottawa over use of foreign crew on P.E.I. to Magdalen Islands ferry
NSCC piloting Women’s Fishing Master Class 4 Program at Burridge Campus in Yarmouth
FedEx Ground building new distribution centre in Cape Breton
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 ...
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 ...
North Atlantic Refinery CEO talks future pipeline to Whiffen Head
If everything goes according to plan, North Atlantic Refining Ltd. (NARL) could be rolling out two major construction projects at its refinery in Come By Chance in the next two years. The refinery, located near the Town of Come By Chance in ...
Sydney woman pours love into new business
Megan MacKenzie has spent a good portion of her adult life living and working overseas. And among the things she learned is that friendly people can be found anywhere, and secondly, she has a real fondness for tea. “From the very first ...
Heading to the farm, Ray Bear sells his Halifax restaurant
You didn’t have to be that astute an observer of the restaurant scene to figure out that being both full-time farmers and full-time restaurateurs in locations two hours apart wasn’t going to last. For the last year and a half, Ray Bear ...
Interveners set in Port Hawkesbury Power rate case
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has set the list of participants for an upcoming hearing into a proposed new power rate for Port Hawkesbury Paper. The deadline to file for intervener status in the hearing recently closed. Among those who ...
Salmon River's Johnson family drilling wells for more than a century
Special occasions? Not so much. But if he’s ever drilled a well for you, chances are, he remembers. “I do retain that stuff,” says Greg Johnson. “I have a hard time with grandkids’ birthdays but… I can tell you ...
NSLC reports solid second-quarter revenue growth
Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. reported its earnings grew 5.2 per cent in the second quarter of the 2019-20 fiscal year, which ended on Sept. 29. The provincial Crown corporation says its revenue figures were affected by the addition of cannabis sales, ...