RECYCLED LOVE: Jane Smith – more than just a dog trainer
Generous donation leads to new van for Queens Manor
Deeds don’t match Liberals’ words
Personal memories of Swissair
Yellow Ribbon campaign revived in Bridgewater
Yarmouth County athlete and fitness instructor Cindy Robicheau making great ...
Active library, bookshops highlight Lunenburg’s history, vibrant literary ...
Lunenburg Harbour needs new solution
OICKLE: Have a bit of patience
South Shore Breaker
Cat ferry’s August numbers up 5,051 over July numbers
Small Business Essentials: How to quickly create a small business website
Is your debt freaking you out?
Arrears in your ear
Lawrencetown couple opening axe-throwing bar in Greenwood
Many topics on the agenda for South West Lobster Forum taking place in Yarmouth on Sept. 19
Teaching kids to save, share and spend
The supposedly relaxing summer season is coming to an end and with it is a return to structured routines and school schedules. With that comes change and one of those may include possibly upping the weekly allowance for your ...
Tales of the unexpected - Plan a financial course to deal with injury or illness
Ted Pahl It’s an issue that Ted Pahl is seeing all too often – a client that has sustained a serious injury or health issue and is looking for financial advice. “No one wakes up that morning and says, ...
2018 year-to-date season sales on The Cat ferry has exceeded last year’s season total, says Bay Ferries
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The president and CEO of Bay Ferries says that year-to-date sales for The Cat’s overall 2018 season have already exceeded last year’s 2017 season total. “We’re cautiously optimistic on the ...
Acadian Day celebrations to be held Aug. 15
YARMOUTH/CLARE, N.S. – This is a special time of year for Acadians as they mark National Acadian Day Wednesday, Aug. 15, with various activities planned for that date, including events in West Pubnico, Clare, Yarmouth and Quinan. In West ...
UARB rules more consultation by province with First Nations groups is needed on Tusket dam refurbishment project
YARMOUTH COUNTY, N.S. – Work on a $18.2-million refurbishment of the Tusket dam in Yarmouth County by Nova Scotia Power remains at a standstill, following a UARB decision that the Crown – a.k.a. the province – hasn’t consulted ...
Shifting gears - Losing your job can be the catalyst for positive career change
Scott Ferris didn’t see it coming. After two-and-a-half years, he was let go in January from his provincial government job as director of global trade services with Innovation P.E.I. Ferris was originally hired to run Sales P.E.I., ...
OLIVER: Seek savings on scholastic spending
Whilst perusing the aisles at Staples recently, I observed a most curious sight: a child excitedly shopping for back-to-school supplies with her mother. I don’t ever recall being excited about shopping for items that are emblematic of ...
SUMMER SUDS High hopes for hops: Hamiltons Hop Yard growing the flavours that make craft beers interesting
If Joel Riley has anything to do with it, Nova Scotia craft beer is going to have great flavour. ...
SUMMER SUDS Not just taste: Unique label art, logos a big part of the Annapolis Valley craft beer industry
“We’ve had a lot of comments saying ‘it’s kind of cool that we’re learning a little bit about your area from your label'." ...
Discussions and information gathering continues on Bay Ferries' proposal to sail to and from Bar Harbor instead of Portland
BAR HARBOR – Bay Ferries will be meeting with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) representatives to discuss requirements and costs associated with potentially starting up ferry service in Bar Harbor. At Bar Harbor town ...