From Barrington to Winnipeg: Sou'West 4-H Club participating in summer exchange program
Revving up for season: Clyde River Motocross Track and Trails holds first ...
Keep digging: Research project continues this summer
Barrington sea cadet gets top honours
‘Perfect place to learn Nova Scotia’s songbirds’
Keeping up with the Donats: Nova Scotia family finds secret to being debt-free
Digby VIC open for the season
Saltwire Exclusive: Australia-based marijuana company building 20,000 square foot production facility in West Hants
InsurTech Man: The coming evolution of the insurance industry
Dream Job in Bridgetown – Hillman Law opens doors May 4
BRIDGETOWN, NS - After a stretch without any local law offices following the recent retirements of David Cottenden QC and John Cameron QC, Bridgetown will see a new firm open its doors May 4. Hillman Law will be located at 10 Queen Street, ...
Successful Shelburne visit by cruise ship Marina
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Hundreds of passengers from the cruise ship Marina made Shelburne a port of call on May 2, disembarking the massive 238.9m (784’) Oceania Cruises liner moored in the harbour to spend the day in town, taking ...
May 2 cruise ship visits bringing business to Shelburne and Yarmouth
YARMOUTH & SHELBURNE, N.S. – The height of the tourism season is still a couple of months away but this week two ports in our region are welcoming visitors. Cruise ships will be mooring in Shelburne and Yarmouth harbours on Wednesday, ...
The cost of cutting carbon
Consumers are going to be hit with hundreds of dollars of extra costs in the first year alone when Canada’s federally mandated carbon pricing schemes come into effect, says an economic think-tank. “It will be about $250 in the first ...
Copper Creations: Digby woman makes penny art since 1987
In 1987 Nancy Mackin picked up a roll of pennies. On the side of the roll read 50 cents, copper. “Hmm..Copper?,” she thought. That’s when she began creating art out of pennies. At 11 years old Mackin learned how to make ...
Drilling starts in Scotian Basin; Petition presented in Ottawa
SHELBURNE, N.S. – It only took a day for BP Canada Energy Group ULC (BP Canada) to spud their first exploratory well in the Scotian Basin after being given the go-ahead to begin by the Canada Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) on ...
Say Cheese: New photography studio opens in Bear River
Michael Carty is celebrating the opening of his new photography studio in Bear River, but it won’t just be used for taking pictures. “I have a couple different ideas of what I’d like to do with this space.” He plans to ...
Yarmouth online business goes national with Canadian provinces but also stays true to its local roots
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Yarmouth area-based online retailer Saltwreck has gone national with maps evoking iconic East Coast and Canadian landmarks in the wake of its first big business deal. But it is still very much a local company. On its ...
Special Brew - Horton Ridge, Annapolis Brewing collaborate on special new all-Maritime pale ale
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Take Horton Ridge malt, hops from Berwick, a beer recipe collaboration, and what do you get? A brew day at Annapolis Brewing Company and fingers crossed for a great new pale ale that should be ready to sample in a week or so -- ...
Bent Ridge Winery and Bent Nail Brewery hoping to achieve something new in Valley vine scene
An Italian-inspired villa surrounded by grape vines, you’d swear you were in Tuscany. But then you see the Ski Martock slopes in the distance ...