Why ride Gran Fondo in Clare? Organizers offer 10 reasons
Project at Yarmouth hospital will enhance support for patients and ...
From bombs to graduation: Three Syrian brothers cross the stage in ...
Shelburne Regional High School celebrates its Class of 2019
PHOTO GALLERY: Barrington high school celebrated its prom
Dartmouth dethrones Western Halifax in thrilling men’s soccer final
UDFC ends Dunbrack's reign
Against the grain: Port Rexton brewer deals and adapts to gluten-free lifestyle
Clarenville NL dockyard back in business under new ownership
Molson presents cheque to NL Salt Company
Annapolis Royals Founders House all about the best food, supporting local
Worth its salt: Newfoundland Salt Company winners of national Molson Partnership
Wine bar Sanford’s new wheelhouse - Lifelong fisherman opens unique Mad Hatter Wine Bar at water's edge in Annapolis Royal
Bay Ferries not taking any more reservations until "definitive" answer known about 2019 Cat ferry service
Yarmouth Cleaning Ladies clean The Cat
About five years ago Jana Jeffery launched the Yarmouth Cleaning Ladies. Recognizing a need for boat-cleaning services, she and her crew hopped aboard. Her team has cleaned hundreds of boats between Port Mouton and Digby. Although their ...
A dream with flavour - Annapolis County ex-pat creates sea salt business so he can return home to the place he loves
While some people watch their dreams evaporate, evaporation is a key part of Alex Dyas’ dreams. Literally. He just wants to come home to the Valley and the Annapolis Basin that he loves so much. “I’ve always wanted to have ...
Extraordinary auto exec Lee Iacocca, rescuer of Chrysler, promoter of minivan, dead at 94
Multiple news organizations are reporting the death of legendary auto executive Lee A. Iacocca on Tuesday at the age of 94. Iacocca was an “ambitious immigrant’s son and salesman extraordinaire whose blunt and swaggering persona ...
All about the food - Lawrencetown’s Winemakers Tavern a labour of love for Paulette and Leslie Wade
Cars lined both sides of the street opening day in late May. And the next, and the next. People have been loving Winemakers Tavern ever since. And it was a labour of love. Almost two years of planning and hard work. You’ll notice the ...
Bonavista’s Newfoundland Salt Company in the running for national grant
A small business in Bonavista is one of three nation-wide in the running for a grant from beer company Molson. Newfoundland Salt Company, which harvests salt from seawater near Bonavista and converts it to a finishing salt, shipped to homes and ...
Clarenville business offers environmentally friendly options for daily living
With a federal ban on single-use plastics coming in the near future, one Clarenville business is already providing options for consumers who want to help the environment. The Health Hut offers acupuncture and medical aesthetics, like laser ...
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 ...
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. ...
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 ...