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$9 shore price in southwestern Nova Scotia creates lobster season ‘bottleneck’
Lease expires between Bay Ferries and Portland as company makes move to Bar Harbor for Cat ferry service
Lifelong Shelburne boatbuilder retires: ‘I knew how to build a boat when I was 15 years old'
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Nova Scotia governments mull plastic bag ban, businesses take stock of what they use
Perfect Project - ‘Municipalities need to be actively seeking the good things their communities need in order to thrive and prosper’
'We're satisfied it's a delay only': Bay Ferries keeping eye on delayed purchase process of terminal property by town of Bar Harbor
Developer’s interest in vacant Annapolis County schools leads council to Scotland
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When the folks at the Municipality of Annapolis County asked Edward Farren what sort of project he was interested in developing in Annapolis County, Farren took them to Scotland to explain. Warden Timothy Habinski, his ...
Highly rated international private boarding school franchise coming to Annapolis County
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. — Gordonstoun, a highly rated private boarding school, has granted its first franchise and the new $62-million school and dormitories will be built somewhere between Bridgetown and Annapolis Royal. Annapolis ...
Bigger loans, faster turn-around time, by loan board to help N.S. fishing industry and younger fishermen
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The fishery industry in Nova Scotia is worth an estimated $2 billion annually and one important area that updated Fisheries and Aquaculture Loan Board regulations are putting a high value on is younger fishermen and new ...
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“What does your business do?” It is a question that strikes fear into the hearts of most entrepreneurs. Whether it is a social or business environment, you immediately begin to evaluate your interrogator … “What are they ...
Following weather delay lobster fishery will get underway on Saturday, Dec. 1
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The lobster fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia and along the province’s south shore will open on Saturday. Under ideal weather conditions the season would have begun on Monday, Nov. 26, but winds this week pushed the ...
Receivers seeking purchaser for P.E.I.-based Diversified Metal Engineering
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Charlottetown-based Diversified Metal Engineering (DME) could be saved. The receivers – Alvarez and Marsal Canada Inc. – told The Guardian Tuesday there is a “good chance’’ somebody will buy ...
Explore charitable giving options
Charitable giving comes in many forms. Some people donate annually to their favourite charities, while others may volunteer their time or professional services. One way many people choose to give to charity is to donate at the time of their death. ...
Mid-week decision will be made on a Friday or Saturday start to the lobster fishery in southwest Nova Scotia
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The start of the lobster season that had been delayed for Monday now won’t happen until Friday or Saturday in southwestern Nova Scotia and along the province’s south shore. During a Monday morning 8 a.m. ...
LOBSTER OUTLOOK: Study documents lobster fishermen’s concerns with finfish aquaculture
YARMOUTH, N.S. – While there were no real surprises in the findings, for the first time lobster fishermen’s concerns about the impact of finfish aquaculture on the lobster fishery have been documented in a scientific manner. Released ...
LOBSTER OUTLOOK: A.F. Theriault and Son Ltd. has diversified its products but lobster boats remain at the core of the business
METEGHAN RIVER, N.S. – As fishermen have been working in yards and on wharfs preparing gear for the upcoming lobster season, the region’s largest family-run private boat yard has been marking its 80th anniversary in ...