Editorial: Planting the seed of opportunism
New Brunswick post-secondary education minister touts Free Tuition Program's success in first ...
EDITORIAL: Pavlov’s smartphone
Men’s high school basketball Titans team starts season strong
Colin Robertson named Mount Allison University’s 54th Rhodes Scholar
Rural Rides expanding its pilot program in Tantramar into full-time service
Editorial: Football fever
Russell Wangersky: Guns on the job
Threat to dikes is real, says Cumberland County's EMO co-ordinator
Cape Breton Post
Look it up in the ‘Cape Breton dictionary’
Calendar of N.L. mermen gets international attention
New Brunswick Youth Choir accepting applications for four-day choral residency
Entering the Spirits’ world
Sackville choirs presenting Common Vision Concert at Mount Allison University Chapel to raise funds for Foodgrains Bank
Presentations of community play Sackville Stories to take place Nov. 4-5
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 ...
Change of Pace - Doctors walk 110-kilometre Harvest Moon Trail for health and scenery reasons
The Halifax emergency physician took a few days off to make the 110-kilometre trek from Grand Pré to Annapolis Royal via the recently completed Harvest Moon Trail. Cajee and his walking partners -- spouse Fatima Cajee and colleague Dr. Suha ...
Yarmouth County cancer survivor completes cross-country trip, raises $15,700
Almost ready to roll for the wheel dip at Point Pleasant Park.Before cyclists began each day they gathered to dedicate the ride to a child who either had cancer or who had died from the disease.National Kids Cancer Ride team photo. Along the way, the ...
Th’YARC’s fall farce play opens Oct. 5 in Yarmouth
The Sensuous Senator opens Oct. 5 at Th’YARC and features the entertaining antics of the Fall Farce Family.Senator Douglas is running for president on a "morality" platform, but when his wife Lois leaves to attend a conference in Chicago he doesn’t ...
Record attendance for UFO festival
The festival saw a stellar lineup of speakers and panelists taking the stage at the Woods Harbour Community Centre during the three-day event. The festival attracted an estimated 400 people from as far away as B.C.Captain Ralph Loewinger (retired), ...
Salt Box Talks - Lecture series focuses on history in Annapolis Royal area
Each session will include a power point presentation on a selected theme, a guided tour of the collection where applicable and delicious baked treats and refreshments. Each lecture is $10 per person. A great way to spend fall Tuesdays! Registration ...
Windsor's pumpkin weigh-off, regatta expected to draw thousands to region
Having the events a week before and after the long weekend may have something to do with that, he added. The 33rd annual Windsor-West Hants Pumpkin Weigh-Off will be held on Sept. 30 at the Dill Family Farm and the 19th annual Windsor-West Hants ...
Clarenville man legally adopts stepdaughter after almost 39 years
From left to right, Vance Pike, Dallas Quinton, Renee Pike, and Austin Chatman."At 63 years old, it makes me happy to become a legal dad," he said at Clarenville provincial court Thursday morning, Sept. 21, just moments after Judge Paul Noble signed ...