Voice, creative writing workshops to be featured at Women’s Arts Festival in ...
CINDY DAY: UFO sighting in Atlantic Canada?
Province announces additional funding for emerging New Brunswick artists
New Brunswick municipalities, local service districts to conduct emergency exercise in June
Russell Wangersky: Trudeau’s government on the wrong track with this one
CINDY DAY: The low down on high tide
Cam Tran welcomed to Sackville
New pumper tanker truck arrives at Sackville fire station
Aging with poverty
The Sackville Tribune Post
Keeping up with the Donats: Nova Scotia family finds secret to being debt-free
InsurTech Man: The coming evolution of the insurance industry
Financial security? Act your wage
Cam Tran welcomed to Sackville
Sackville invention seeing success after first year on market
High rise development - U.S. studies indicate states with legalized pot have seen a boost in property values but this trend isn’t expected to hit Canada
Moms and dads need a (tax) break, too
While becoming a parent or growing your family is a rewarding personal experience, it can be just as beneficially financially. And it’s not just limited to the cost savings of eventually having a live-in snow removal specialist or ...
Becoming an entrepreneur has its rewards, but it isn’t for everyone
Two years after moving to Prince Edward Island, software programmer Abraham Roy lost his job in a corporate restructuring and suddenly had to scramble to find work. He and his wife have two children and had then just bought a house. There were ...
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. business of the month: The Corner Drug Store
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following was submitted by Gwen Zwicker. SACKVILLE, N.B. – In 1857, Amasa Dixon acquired the building on the corner of Main and York Streets and established a pharmacy there. The building continued to operate as a ...
Opportunities NB funding policy to support export-oriented small businesses
MONCTON, N.B. – Opportunities NB is launching a new capital investment policy designed to support the growth of small businesses throughout the province. The Capital Investment Enhancement Policy will be available this year and will target ...
Destination: Renovation - Think ahead to determine what you want back from what you put in
Even with low interest rates on financing, not all renovations are good deals for homeowners looking to up the market value of their houses ahead of a sale. Digging to put a swimming pool in the backyard, installing a heat pump, upping the ...
Solving insolvency: steps towards a better credit score
Four years after launching Sandman Video in the late ’90s, Michael Sanderson went bankrupt. He was then a single dad, living in an apartment with his young son, and he still remembers how it felt when the ugly truth finally sank ...
Searching for a specific tax credit? It may no longer exist
Like every tax year, there are changes that both the federal and provincial governments implement that make people really happy, such as increasing the basic personal amount, and other times upset taxpayers by cutting or making it more difficult to ...
Tax time tips and tools
This year, I’ve received one T4 tax form from my employer, another from our corporate benefits provider, and one from my bank. As such, my tax situation isn’t very complex. Yet, because I don’t have an intimate knowledge of ...
DIY home selling gaining popularity
When Craig Thibault and Michelle Blinn moved in together, his three-bedroom home with grey siding in Plympton Station in southwestern Nova Scotia suddenly seemed a tad, well, crowded. “We needed a little more space,” said Thibault. ...
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. business of the month: Leela Yoga
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following was submitted by Gwen Zwicker. SACKVILLE, N.B – Leela Yoga was born from a dream and has grown like a firstborn, ever larger and sometimes a lot of work. In its present location, it is relaxing and welcoming ...