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Port Rexton Brewing teams up with Saint-Pierre and Miquelon brewery
Membertou receives conditional approval for bus licence changes
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Heading to the farm, Ray Bear sells his Halifax restaurant
You didn’t have to be that astute an observer of the restaurant scene to figure out that being both full-time farmers and full-time restaurateurs in locations two hours apart wasn’t going to last. For the last year and a half, Ray Bear ...
Interveners set in Port Hawkesbury Power rate case
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has set the list of participants for an upcoming hearing into a proposed new power rate for Port Hawkesbury Paper. The deadline to file for intervener status in the hearing recently closed. Among those who ...
Salmon River's Johnson family drilling wells for more than a century
Special occasions? Not so much. But if he’s ever drilled a well for you, chances are, he remembers. “I do retain that stuff,” says Greg Johnson. “I have a hard time with grandkids’ birthdays but… I can tell you ...
NSLC reports solid second-quarter revenue growth
Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. reported its earnings grew 5.2 per cent in the second quarter of the 2019-20 fiscal year, which ended on Sept. 29. The provincial Crown corporation says its revenue figures were affected by the addition of cannabis sales, ...
Downtown Berwick candy shop is already a local hit
Candy lines the shelves in colourful boxes and jars, from gobstoppers to gummy worms. Every sweet morsel at Sweeties Candy and Gifts just begs to be sampled. Suffice to say, there’s something for all ages at the new candy shop in Berwick, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro releases plan to make it through winter
With the Labrador-Island Link likely years away from being a reliable energy resource to help power the province, Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has outlined ways to ensure there's a stable supply to get through this winter. The primary ...
North Atlantic Refining Limited CEO retiring
North Atlantic Refining Limited Partnership (NARL) is on the hunt for a new Chief Executive Officer with news that Thomas Jenke is retiring effective Nov. 15 after just a few months on the job. Jenke joined NARL as its Chief Operations ...
Mount Pearl craft brewery co-owner Jennifer Defreyne dies
Jennifer Defreyne was the type of person who instantly made friends, and her loss has devastated those who loved her. “That was the thing about Jen, she made friends everywhere and quickly,” said Christina Coady, who with Chris Conway ...
Possible closure of Charlottetown call centre may mean loss of 222 jobs
More than 200 employees at a Charlottetown call centre have been given layoff notices after being told the local office of TTEC Canada could close before the end of the year. The Charlottetown office of TTEC Canada, located on Watts Avenue, ...
Nova Scotia regulator to hear bus and shuttle applications in Sydney area
The provincial regulator will host a joint hearing into three separate applications to amend motor carrier permits in the Sydney area. Blackwood Tours Inc., Eskasoni band council and Pengbo’s Shuttle all applied to the Nova Scotia Utility ...