Innovation focus of Shelburne Entrepreneurs Expo being held Nov. 15
The 10-per-cent solution
Cooke Aquaculture looking to expand sea farming in Liverpool Bay
Tourism on the rise in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores
The end is near: year-end
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY: Family, community and 80 years of boat building and repair celebrated at A.F. Theriault and Son Ltd.
Business and community leaders from across the province gathering in Yarmouth to celebrate and showcase innovation
Unanimous vote: Bar Harbor council grants authorization to sign five-year lease agreement for Bay Ferries' Cat service
BAR HARBOR – Bar Harbor town council has voted unanimously to authorize its town manager to sign a five-year lease that would allow Bay Ferries to sail The Cat ferry to and from Bar Harbor as opposed to Portland. The vote took place Oct. ...
First-time Island buyers rejoice
First-time home buyers in Prince Edward Island now have another option when it comes to saving for a down payment on a home which, in some cases, can take years. On Oct. 9, the Island province joined Nova Scotia to offer a home down payment ...
At a recent finance industry press conference, one of the guest speakers remarked that one thing universally true of money is that it’s very hard to have too much of it. And he was right. Making big returns takes a lot of work. Making ...
Bay Ferries sees 21 per cent increase over last year during Cat ferry's 2018 season with 50,185 passengers
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A total of 50,185 passengers were carried back and forth between Portland and Yarmouth on The Cat ferry this year, which Bay Ferries says is an increase of 21 per cent from the year before. The last sailing of the season was ...
THEN AND NOW: Richard LeBlanc hits home run with triplets in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH, N.S. - The goal that local businessman Richard LeBlanc set out to achieve has been reached after he purchased and revitalized the third building in a triplet set across from his office on Main Street in Yarmouth. All three of ...
THEN AND NOW: Rural internet efforts continue as we travel the information highway in southwestern Nova Scotia
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Few issues have dominated the news in southwestern Nova Scotia over the past half-century more than transportation. Whether it was ferry service, bus service, the Yarmouth airport or maybe the train (while we still had one), ...
YASTA charting new course in niche port cruise market with return visit to Yarmouth by MS Fram
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A small cruise ship that visited Yarmouth in the spring is coming back for a return visit on Oct. 9. Norway based Hurtigruten Group plans the second visit in six months to Yarmouth & Acadian Shores with their expedition ...
Preparing for homeownership
The affordability of rental units and new homes can be a challenge for many in Atlantic Canada, especially in areas where the costs of both is on the rise. Even so, there comes a point where renters leave that market and move into ...
The lowdown on down payments
The time it could take millennials today to raise the minimum down payment required, on average, for a home in some major markets is downright scary. That’s according to a recent nationwide survey by real estate website Point2Homes, ...
Hope for Wildlife founder excited for solar energy project
Hope for Wildlife director Hope Swinimer is excited that the wildlife rehab centre can begin work on a solar power project. ...