Marc ‘SawMarcs’ Timmons carving out an impressive skill
Antigonish Art Fair returning this Friday to Chisholm Park
County’s concerns over Trunk 4-Beech Hill intersection increase as ...
SLIDESHOW: NHL draft pick Colten Ellis from River Denys, Cape Breton
Antigonish/Guysborough Mamas Facebook group embraced
Targeting in on disc golf at the Keppoch
Missing person UPDATE; individual located and is safe
400 km ride supports Duart Castle restoration
County Council seeks dialogue on dangerous rail crossings
Grand Opening for Midnite Automotive this Saturday
Rediscover Hearing celebrates opening with open house
Rose Paul named CEO of Bayside Development Corporation
Cameron receives Antigonish Chamber of Commerce's community builder award
Business brings family back together in Antigonish
Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation launches $10 million highway showcase
IN DEPTH: The Ultimate recycling project in Nova Scotia: Meteghan River house built with around 612,000 recycled plastic bottles
For three years they thought about it before finally taking the leap. Now the excitement and pride that Joel German and David Saulnier feel standing outside the home they’ve constructed in Meteghan River, Digby County, is almost impossible to ...
Boysenberry Boutique + Café opens in downtown Sydney after more than a year in the planning
The smell of freshly ground coffee will not only awaken the senses but possibly the wallets of shoppers at a new downtown Sydney women’s fashion retailer. One year out of university, Tori Horvath, 23, is opening a coffee-shopping boutique in ...
Cat ferry 2019 season start delayed: Bay Ferries
Bay Ferries Limited says "mid-summer" is anticipated as the earliest start-up time for The Cat ferry service between Nova Scotia and Maine, although so far it's only identified the need to cancel and refund reservations prior to ...
New sweet potato variety could help Lakeville farm family access lucrative market
A newly developed variety is presenting an opportunity for the biggest sweet potato farm east of Ontario to tap into the Thanksgiving market. ...
Creating that Cape Breton ‘wow’ moment for cruise ship passengers
Melanie Colpitts says it’s the small things like a welcoming smile that may brighten a tourist’s day. The director of Aquila Tours out of Saint John, N.B. said upwards of 40 per cent to as much as half of passengers on a visiting ...
Dal study finds support for reduced plastics in Atlantic Canada's food industry
People in the Atlantic provinces, British Columbia and Quebec are most concerned about the impacts of single-use plastics in the food industry, says a new study by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. More than 87 per cent of ...
Terra Nova FPSO life to be extended by a decade
Suncor Energy and its partners in the Terra Nova joint venture announced that the life of the floating, production, storage and offloading vessel will be extended by 10 years to 2031. Suncor, which has a 37.675 per cent working interest in ...
New web-series from Jonathan Torrens offers financial advice for 20-somethings
Television star Jonathan Torrens is returning to his roots in a web-series launched Friday called “Your Two Cents.” The show hearkens back to the popular ’90s consumer affairs show “Street Cents,” in which Torrens ...
Halifax-based energy conglomerate Emera promises better diversity on board
Executives at Halifax-based energy conglomerate Emera Inc. were touting the company’s efforts to reduce coal-powered generation, both in Nova Scotia and at its Florida subsidiary TECO Energy, at the company’s annual meeting on ...
Nova Scotia coffee co-op Just Us Coffee looks to the past to cut its carbon footprint
There is a saying that everything old is new again. On Tuesday, the German schooner Avontuur arrived at Pier 25 in Halifax, but unlike most tall ships that call on Halifax these days, this one was carrying cargo. Just Us Coffee found ...