Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Atlantica Party wants NSLC sold to private sector

EAST HANTS: The leader of Nova Scotia’s Atlantica Party has announced his intention to sell all Nova Scotia Liquor Commissions (NSLC) to the private...

Baking up a storm

ENFIELD: Finding employment as a young adult these days is difficult, but for 19-year-old Kaiya Lavoie finding employment is still even just a little...

Province reaches decision on two Nova Learning Schools

MILFORD: The province advised Nova Learning on July 28, that it will purchase two of their nine schools in July 2018 after the leases...

NSBI report shows growth in Nova Scotia

HANTS EAST: Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) released its 14th annual report covering the fiscal period from April 1, 2015, to March 31, 2016. “NSBI...

Trading Post celebrates grand opening

SHUBENACADIE: At a time when the words now or never are regularly heard or read in the media and the province’s Ivany report is...

Feds invest in Shubie Canal

Announcement of federal money makes for a great day for non-profit organization

July policing stats reveal 71 impaired drivers

HRM: Halifax District RCMP and Halifax Regional Police – Partners in Policing – charged 125 drivers with impaired related offences during the month of...

Progress report given on “A Path We Share”

HANTS EAST: Atlantic Canada’s first community forest and a new Mineral Resources Act are just two of the achievements outlined in a progress report...

3D Printer turns Elmsdale Library into Makerspace

ELMSDALE: The Elmsdale library is slowly evolving from the more traditional library to a “makerspace”, with the help of introducing new technologies, like a...

Dads to the rescue

ELMSDALE: The dads of the kids at Tots Academy are always on double duty, filling the roles of both professional dads and the academy’s...
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