Milking automation technology drives Afton Hills Farm development
Antigonish International Film Festival ready to entertain and inform ...
Antigonish author Graham-Pole takes a different path with cancer story
Safety at the forefront for R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home
MacIsaac to take center stage at deCoste
Wellspring Centre marks milestone on St. F.X. campus
St. F.X. Sports Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2019
Royals cross country competes in Maine
‘Very thin’ X-Men roster focused on playoff run
Building a new life in Antigonish thanks to C.A.R.E.
N.O.P.E. activity opposing gold mine aplenty
Climate walk-out fills Antigonish streets
Funding support for off-road connector trail in Port Hawkesbury
Town wants to be part of charging stations initiative
Partnering to deal with waste disposal and IT issues in Antigonish
Transport truck driver lost control in fatal Highway 104 collision after mattress blew off car roof, RCMP say
A 19-year-old Trenton man has been charged with two counts of criminal negligence causing death in a Barneys River car crash that killed two women. According to the RCMP, Devon Michael Dewtie was driving through Barneys River when the ...
High winds, rain coming to Nova Scotia Thursday
It will be a wet and windy day for Nova Scotians on Thursday. It will particularly windy along the Atlantic Coast, meteorologist Cindy Day says, who says the system isn't a weather bomb or nor' easter. "There's wind and ...
George Canyon criticized for claiming Indigenous heritage
Central Nova Conservative candidate George Canyon is stepping back from his earlier association with the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation. The group was founded in 1973, and currently has 30,000 members. In a Facebook post dated Aug. 23, 2018, ...
Charges laid in break and enter at Port Hawkesbury pub
Two men have been charged in connection with a break and enter at a Port Hawkesbury pub on Monday. Matthew Charles Dorton, 21, of Chapel Island is changed with break, enter and theft, and two counts of fail to comply with an undertaking. He was ...
World News Day 2019 - Remembering those 15-minutes of fame
Kidney for likes SYDNEY, N.S. - Stephen Gillis, originally from Sydney, will be the lucky recipient of a new kidney thanks to his Vancouver Spirit peewee hockey team. After learning he needed a transplant, ...
BLOG REPLAY: Thousands in Atlantic Canada rally for action on climate crisis
SaltWire reporters from southwest Nova Scotia to St. John's, N.L. are covering today's climate crisis protests, as thousands of Atlantic Canadians join with millions of other protesters worldwide to call for government action. Join us for our ...
Randsland brand Super Salad Kit and Kale recalled due to possible contamination
Randsland brand Super Salad Kit and Randsland brand Kale have been recalled from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Products involved are the 454g super salad kit, with codes 2919071 and 100119 and 340g packages ...
Scheer commits to ‘collaborative’ approach on Muskrat Falls
Federal Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer didn’t specify any amount but says if he’s elected he intends to work with Newfoundland and Labrador on rate mitigation. Scheer was in St. John’s on Sunday afternoon for a brief ...
St. F.X. celebrates grand opening of Mulroney Hall in Antigonish
The seeds for what has been described as a ‘transformative’ milestone for St. F.X. were planted more than 64 years ago. That’s when Brian Mulroney arrived, in the late summer of 1955, for his freshman year on the Antigonish ...
‘Inspiring’ place: Mulroney Hall opening energizes St. F.X. students
Cecil van Buskirk described the official opening of the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government and Mulroney Hall as “transformational.” “We are part of something huge,” the St. F.X. Students’ Union president said in a ...