Help is available for those dealing with grief
Titan Bantam basketball girls win Sackville tournament
Sackville poet launches new book
Mount Allison professor renewed as Canada Research Chair
Mount Allison University’s unique bilingual theatre company set to ...
New Brunswick withdrawing from 2021 Jeux de la Francophonie due to ...
Tantramar women helping promote peace in our homes
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Russia planning solo mission in cyberspace
VIBERT: More long term care beds in Nova Scotia would open bottleneck
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Coast guard urges boat owners to register emergency beacons
Trying to stay in Vogue
Molson Coors launching new masterbrand in Canada
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. business of the month: The Black Duck Café
Renaissance Sackville helps community projects, business ideas get off the ground
Dorchester’s Coastal Cranberries finally finishes fall cranberry harvest
DORCHESTER, N.B. – The hot, dry summer this year that helped boost cranberry yields in Southeastern New Brunswick gave way to a cold, wet fall, creating challenges to get them all harvested. Mel Goodland, with his wife, Georgina, and son, ...
The financial stress factor
It isn’t uncommon to be stressed out and worried about your finances. But when that stress and worry affects your life and mental health, it’s time to get help. And, as Laurie Campbell, CEO of Credit Canada says, worrying ...
The 10-per-cent solution
It’s often referred to as the 10-per-cent rule. In other words, how much someone should be setting aside and saving each pay. Recently, the Canadian Payroll Association released its annual survey that found 71 per cent of employed people ...
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. business of the month: Rob Lyon Graphics
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following, which is part of an ongoing monthly feature, was submitted by Gwen Zwicker. SACKVILLE, N.B. – Twenty-five years ago, Rob Lyon made the decision to call Sackville his home. “At the time, I was a ...
The end is near: year-end
It’s never too early to plan for the company Christmas party in December, especially if you’re a small- to medium-sized business owner and are trying to get a head start on your taxes for the year. “Usually meals and ...
First-time Island buyers rejoice
First-time home buyers in Prince Edward Island now have another option when it comes to saving for a down payment on a home which, in some cases, can take years. On Oct. 9, the Island province joined Nova Scotia to offer a home down payment ...
At a recent finance industry press conference, one of the guest speakers remarked that one thing universally true of money is that it’s very hard to have too much of it. And he was right. Making big returns takes a lot of work. Making ...
Shemogue's Timber River Eco-Farms Marks 25 years
SHEMOGUE, N.B. – A large crowd turned out last Sunday afternoon to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Timber River Eco Farms potato production facility in Shemogue, near Port Elgin. In 1993 Pirmin Kummer brought his wife Katrine and their ...
Preparing for homeownership
The affordability of rental units and new homes can be a challenge for many in Atlantic Canada, especially in areas where the costs of both is on the rise. Even so, there comes a point where renters leave that market and move into ...
The lowdown on down payments
The time it could take millennials today to raise the minimum down payment required, on average, for a home in some major markets is downright scary. That’s according to a recent nationwide survey by real estate website Point2Homes, ...