Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
If Only the Walls Could Talk
PHOTOS: Pirates thump Bulldogs in NSJHL action
Troubling winds at Canso Causeway
Campaign for Our Lady of Grace Monastery underway
Year five of Antigonish Winter Market starts Jan. 26
Patients in Strait region sick over loss of surgeon
Canadians will go to the polls in 2019, St. F.X. prof says the race is ...
Antigonish-based company aims to make the wild blueberry even healthier
Mixed opinions from Antigonish business community on Canada Post strike
January library art exhibit will decode dress codes
Progress, but concerns over town’s approach to Homecoming 2018
Small Saturday cleanup beautifies the Landing
‘Statement of solidarity’: Nearly 2,500 sign online petition calling for changes to St. F.X.’s sexual violence policy
Jeff Perera discusses path to equality at Dr. John Hugh Gillis
Help available for first responders dealing with PTSD
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences It was Byron Butt's job to figure out what happened. Seven hundred and twenty-three times, the retired RCMP traffic reconstruction investigator living in the Annapolis ...
Not a victimless crime: First responders say speeding-related accidents affect many lives
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences Every day, people make decisions. Many choose to push harder on the gas pedal, watching as the needle on the speedometer rises. Or they click on cruise control, then keep ...
VIDEO: Speeding, distracted driving go hand-in-hand says RCMP officer
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences HOLYROOD, N.L. — As light snow fell, Const. David Bourden hoped drivers would slow down and drive for the conditions. Some did. Others took unnecessary risks on slippery ...
Canadians will go to the polls in 2019, St. F.X. prof says the race is already on
ANTIGONISH, N.S. - It may be almost one year away, but a St. F.X. political science professor said the race is on for the next federal election. “You can see already that the campaigning has begun,” Jim ...
Student with knife removed from St. Andrew Junior School
An incident at St. Andrew Junior School has left parents in Antigonish concerned. Deanna Gillis, co-ordinator of communications with the Strait Regional Centre for Education confirmed that on Jan. 8 an incident occurred, in which a student brought ...
Scott Brison quits federal cabinet, won’t run for re-election
Longtime Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison has resigned from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet and announced he won’t seek re-election this fall. After 22 years representing the Nova Scotia riding of Kings-Hants, the 51-year-old told ...
Atlantic Canada BBB warns of puppy shipping scams
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning the public about puppy selling scams that have surfaced in the last few months. The idea is that an online posting indicates that someone is re-homing a puppy on behalf of their ill family member who ...
Locking it in: your cruise could leave you bruised
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences MARYSTOWN, N.L. — Steve Breon isn’t a fan of cruise control. Breon, who operates Safety 1st Driving School on the Burin Peninsula, doesn’t use it himself while ...
Maxing out highway speeds: setting limits a provincial responsibility
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences ANTIGONISH, N.S. — Drivers behind the wheel of Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus aren't nervous as they cruise along at 110 kilometres per hour on Nova Scotia's 100-series ...
When you hit the highway, be ready when you meet your moose!
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences ST. ANTHONY, N.L. — When Canadian drivers hit the highways, there’s always a distinct possibility a moose is just around the corner. One can appear before your ...