NSCC Strait Area Campus approved for provincial solar program
LOOKING BACK: R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home launches golden anniversary celebration
'An incredible experience': Antigonish native Rebecca Lambke off to strong start ...
New St. F.X. Homecoming event hopes to alleviate excessive partying problem
'St. F.X. is a special place': What you need to know about St. F.X. Homecoming
Antigonish’s Declan Smith named captain of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
Club sports an important part of the St. F.X. experience
$150,000 boost: Antigonish kicking in cash for new farmers’ market building
ESREN, Antigonish County work to improve service
Teaching kids to save, share and spend
Breaking up with your debt good for your relationship
‘Huge implications for everyone’: Fishermen urged to take notice, action on offshore petroleum exploration issues
RESERVATIONS: Airbnb regulations a patchwork that’s missing some patches
Barely getting by
Want a good cuppa joe? Bistro 300 is opening soon in Middleton
MIDDLETON, NS - When a well-known Middleton restaurant came up for sale, John Bartlett started thinking about coffee. Good coffee. Before most people knew that Pasta Jax was for sale this past spring, Bartlett bought it. Ever since then he’s ...
VIDEO: Windsor mansion catches worldwide attention after property listing goes viral
A historic home on King Street in Windsor is close to being sold, after hundreds of thousands of people have checked out the listing from all over. ...
Cat ferry’s August numbers up 5,051 over July numbers
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The City of Portland has released August numbers for The Cat ferry that show the boat carried 18,366 passengers. This was an increase of 5,051 passengers from the month of July when The Cat carried 13,315 passengers. Bay ...
Is your debt freaking you out?
Whether you approach debt repayment as an avalanche or a snowball depends on the type of personality you have. “Of course, any method of repaying is good,” said Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada. The non-profit ...
Arrears in your ear
Back in my early 20s, I lived with a couple of friends in a basement apartment. None of us were making much money at the time, but we made enough to keep a roof over our head, food in our bellies and beer in our hands. One of these guys, however, ...
Lawrencetown couple opening axe-throwing bar in Greenwood
GREENWOOD, NS - If you want to learn how to throw an axe, ask Althea Gillespie. She’ll show you. She can do the one-handed throw, the two-handed throw. With the big axe she encourages you to use both hands. It’s not a skill she ever ...
Reality cheques: pay and play
When Jerry Heartz started working at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, he thought he’d only be there for one summer. But like other Islanders who worked at the centre, that one summer turned into a decades-long ...
Frustration for businesses in region with internet, cell phone service
Running a successful business in rural parts of Nova Scotia certainly has its unique challenges. Amongst the biggest, and growing daily as people become more and more dependent on communication technology like smartphones, are problems around ...
Tales of the unexpected - Plan a financial course to deal with injury or illness
Ted Pahl It’s an issue that Ted Pahl is seeing all too often – a client that has sustained a serious injury or health issue and is looking for financial advice. “No one wakes up that morning and says, ...
2018 year-to-date season sales on The Cat ferry has exceeded last year’s season total, says Bay Ferries
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The president and CEO of Bay Ferries says that year-to-date sales for The Cat’s overall 2018 season have already exceeded last year’s 2017 season total. “We’re cautiously optimistic on the ...