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
2019 Valley Ex light horse show results from Lawrencetown
Pictou County woman wins over $500K from Trenton Chase the Ace
Letter to the editor: Compassion by Clarenville vet and staff was appreciated
Letter to the editor: Unfortunate accident leads to kindness and generosity
Letter to the editor: With thanks from Sibley-White Family
LOBSTER OUTLOOK OP-ED: Fishing safety must always be at the forefront
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We U.S. residents value your friendship
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Consultation and collaboration with fishermen needed on whale situation
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Minister addresses Shelburne policing conversations
SHELBURNE, N.S. I have spent a lot of time in Shelburne county, both personally and professionally as a former law enforcement officer. I have been following the discussions around policing and felt it was important to correct some of the public ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Aquaculture disaster
The force of the January 4, 2018 winter hurricane created death and destruction at aquaculture site 1358 in Jordan Bay, NS contrary to statements from the company and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell. The Cooke owned Kelly Cove Salmon site ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Fish loss story fluctuates like the weather
JORDAN BAY, N.S. – Regarding the story: Cooke reaffirms no fish escapes in Jordan Bay (Jan. 31, 2018). Undoubtedly this winter will be remembered for its wild extremes. Weather events from winter hurricanes to temperature fluctuations ranging ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 30th anniversary of Crime Stoppers
On behalf of Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers, I would like to remind everyone that January is Crime Stoppers Month and this marks the 30th Anniversary of Crime Stoppers in Nova Scotia. It is an opportunity for the various Crime Stoppers programs around ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Do the right thing on electoral boundaries
To date, the government has committed only to "talks" with the Fédération acadienne de la Nouvelle-Écosse (FANE), but it must do more. The present government should follow the twice-offered recommendation of the 2012 Electoral Boundaries Commission ...
LETTER: The LGBTQ2 community needs to be visible to protect rights, itself
“Why don’t we have a straight parade?" In response to Beverely Riggs of Stratford, and all others who may have the same questions that Beverely does, this letter is for you. I am gay. I am very proud of myself. Not just because I’m gay, but also ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thoughts on the Capped Assessment Program, changes needed
He is absolutely correct as demonstrated by his example of two identical neighboring properties in which one pays substantially more than the other. The provincial government must change this tax program. The current capped property assessment ...
LETTER: The social side of fishing
Have you ever thought of the social aspect of fish? No, well nor have I until this evening. I heard that trout were being caught at Islands Park, so I rode to the park to see for myself. When I rounded the corner, the road was lined on both sides, ...
Letter: Towns could annex municipal areas to grow in Shelburne County
I'm concerned as I expect many other residents are about the amalgamation process. There seems to be opportunities for progress being set aside as elected representatives guard their territories. We need a group of positive representatives whether ...
Letter: Municipal leader says Town of Shelburne should consider dissolution
Further to Mayor Mattatall’s quote in the Nov. 24 edition of the Coast Guard when speaking about the amalgamation of the Municipality and Town she stated, “We went into this process in good faith and we want to know if they are willing to do this or ...