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South Shore Breaker
Province says cost to renovate Bar Harbor terminal for Nova Scotia-to-Maine ferry service will be $8.5 million
Gold in them hills?: Company exploring potential in Piedmont Valley
Request for proposals issued for consultants for Phase 1 of Yarmouth ferry terminal redevelopment project
Ottawa re-ups with PAL Aerospace on aerial surveillance contract
Ferry tone and concern causes investor to back away from Yarmouth
Seal oil capsule production facility looking to come to Shoal Harbour
Clarenville mother and daughter recognized for social enterprise
Clarenville teen Monica Snow and her mother Carolyn Burton have been recognized at International Development Week in Ottawa this month for their fair trade endeavor, Sol Company. Snow and Burton’s story is part of International Development ...
Former Valley Ex manager Rachel Taylor dusts off law degree, joins Middleton firm
When Rachel Taylor moved to Canada in 2008, she and her husband bought a fixer-upper in Bridgetown with plans to take a year off to renovate. It didn’t work out quite like that. “After a few months I was going crazy,” she said. ...
Coast guard urges boat owners to register emergency beacons
Fishing boat owners and operators who haven’t yet registered their EPIRBs - emergency position-indicating radio beacons – are being asked to do so. It could save lives. A big issue for the Canadian Coast Guard is that vessels with ...
Price of gas likely to rise about 2 cents a litre under UARB plan
The price of gasoline in Nova Scotia is likely to increase by about two cents a litre due to a change in how the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board calculates the price. In a notice released on Monday, the UARB is proposing a change in the ...
Rita’s Tea Room in Big Pond to close
After over 30 years in business in Big Pond, Rita’s Tea Room will be closing its doors. Cape Breton songstress, the late Rita MacNeil, opened the tea room in 1986. In a post on its official Facebook page, it was announced that the ...
South Shore entrepreneur soaring to new heights
For the lofty heights he has taken his South Shore metal roofing company during the past six years, Johnny Wall deserves a good measure of respect, maybe even an award for successful entrepreneurs. In 2012, Wall helped his future father-in-law ...
SMALL BUSINESS ESSENTIALS: The benefits of video marketing
Since 65 per cent of people are visual learners, according to the Social Science Research Network, one of the best ways for companies to connect with consumers is through visual content. Our brains are programmed to retain more information when ...
Fundy Rose Digby ferry off its run until late February due to maintenance
DIGBY, NS – The Fundy Rose ferry is off its Digby-to-Saint John ferry run due to scheduled maintenance that will be carried out in Halifax. Service is expected to resume on or about Monday, Feb. 25. For a while now, the schedule on Bay ...
Yarmouth ferry’s move to Bar Harbor slowed by U.S. shutdown
YARMOUTH, NS – Things haven’t been moving as quickly as hoped as Bay Ferries looks to make the switch to Bar Harbor as its U.S. port for the next season of The Cat ferry. But the ferry operator is still carrying out work to be as ready ...
Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition at Mariner’s Centre in Yarmouth Jan. 25 and 26
YARMOUTH, NS – The annual Eastern Canadian Fisheries Exposition is back at the Mariner’s Centre in Yarmouth on Jan 25 and 26 with a full line up of seminars, exhibitors and events on tap. The show opens at 10 a.m. both days, running ...