Russell Wangersky: Pre-budget placation
Editorial: Pay attention
New political financing model for municipal candidates to be created
Growth plans for New Brunswick cannabis industries discussed
Editorial: Balancing work-life
Applications available for New Brunswick's 2018 Home Energy Assistance Program
Russell Wangersky: Endings and beginnings
New Brunswick premier provides year-end progress report
New Brunswickers urged to enjoy province’s winter wonderland
Cape Breton Post
Sackville folk singer pens another song about Trump
Standing Room Only - Gunning, Keelaghan, and Bennett pack King’s Theatre
First Nations wading through gambling’s grey zone
Going grey: Online gamblers moving offshore to play
Offshore sites capturing growing interest of online gamblers
Disabled Amherst artist’s talents took three decades to be discovered
New Brunswick Youth Choir accepting applications for four-day choral residency
The New Brunswick Youth Choir (NBYC), a four-day choral residency for singers between the ages of 16 and 24, is now accepting applications. The residency is an intensive weekend of training and education and a unique opportunity for singers ...
Entering the Spirits’ world
Photos: Mark Goudge The temperature dropped. That was my first sign we weren’t alone. The second was a response to Margo Griffin’s question. “Are there any spirits in the basement with us?” A one-word typed reply came ...
Sackville choirs presenting Common Vision Concert at Mount Allison University Chapel to raise funds for Foodgrains Bank
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Choir members from four local congregations will join on Sunday, Nov. 5 to sing, celebrate, and raise funds to help put an end to global hunger. “We are thrilled to be hosting a fundraising concert for the Canadian ...
Presentations of community play Sackville Stories to take place Nov. 4-5
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The Town of Sackville will be presenting the play Sackville Stories Nov. 4 and 5 at the Sackville Legion. The play is made up of Sackville stories gathered over the past year through submissions and by interviewing ...
The Performers’ Theatre Co. set to stage new Canadian play penned by Sackville resident
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The Performers’ Theatre Company has been busy with a lot of firsts this year! Not only are they getting ready to premier their first new Canadian play but it will be in a totally new venue. On top of that the playwright ...
Jak’s back: Glace Bay family reunited with dog
GLACE BAY — There is one doggone popular dog in Cape Breton — and one happy family. ...
Clarenville clergyman memorializes Gord Downie on church sign
Rev. Bob Mercer of Memorial United Church in Clarenville says it was a lyric he never forgot. ...
AMHERST, N.S./SACKVILLE, N.B. – The temperature was 5°C at 8 a.m. this morning. For today, Environment Canada is calling for cloudy conditions with 60 percent chance of showers this morning and early this afternoon then a mix of sun and ...
Live Bait Theatre seeking participants for upcoming fundraiser
The “Adults Reading Things They Wrote Before They Were Adults” fundraising evening will take place on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Ducky’s Pub on Bridge Street in Sackville. The event is being hosted by Heather ...
Tantramar Heritage Trust to launch 32nd publication, unveil new exhibits
The book launch will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, 29 Queens Road in Sackville. This new publication is a 38-page booklet that records presentations by spokespersons from six of Sackville’s ...