2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
CINDY DAY: Debunking a meteorological myth
Mount Allison researchers hoping to get insiders’ view into cannabis ...
NB Agricultural Alliance launches Why local? Why not? campaign
Front licence plates to be eliminated in New Brunswick
Wave Hotel being rebuilt in Clarenville, NL
Province wants to limit Flying Start Learning Lessons in Bonavista ...
2020 Porsche 911 Carrera an instant classic
2020 Telluride, the 'this can't be a Kia' Kia
The Sackville Tribune Post
Mahone Bay tick spray inventor earns national award
ENTREVESTOR: ReelData enters prestigious accelerator program
UPDATED: Cape Breton Ski Hill ordered to pay $30,000 for trying to block golf course sale
FEDERAL ELECTION: Parties asked to stop Canada Post from expanding flyer distribution plans
Dorchester, New Brunswick woman starts ‘purrfect’ business after a stressful four-legged experience
Production cut, temporary layoffs at GM Oshawa as U.S. strike continues
General Motors Co. temporarily laid off about 1,200 employees and cut production in half at its plant in Oshawa, Ont. in response to the auto workers strike in the United States, a labour action that has disrupted North American supply chains and ...
Imperial Oil appoints new president as current CEO transitions toward retirement
Imperial Oil Ltd. has named Brad Corson its new president as the current chief executive officer heads toward retirement at the end of the year. Rich Kruger, who heads the Calgary-based petroleum company, will retire at the end of December, ...
Ford recalls 665,000 vehicles for safety issues, includes Atlantic Canadian vehicles
The Ford Motor Company issued four recalls Friday affecting over 665,000 vehicles in North America. The recalls cover braking seal leaks, corrosion of battery juntions, loss of power steering and seat belt restraint issues. The company said ...
Canadian cannabis investors still waiting for a breakout company to emerge
Canadian cannabis stocks are still mostly trading in lockstep as the sector continues to evolve, increasingly frustrating investors who are waiting for a leader to emerge from the group. Even early signs of profitability at some producers ...
The road to better health, naturally
Darlene Teahen is passionate about what she does. She is a naturopathic consultant, specializing in helping anyone prevent disease through alternative healing and nutrition Darlene first came to Sackville from Ontario as a Mount Allison student in ...
Clarenville NL dockyard back in business under new ownership
The dockyard in Clarenville may soon be up and running again. The Packet has learned that Canadian Maritime Engineering Ltd. has bought the facility. The dockyard has been idle since last year when the previous owners, Burry Group, declared ...
The Fed's rate cut may be the spark oilsands investors have been waiting for
There may be positive economic news coming out of Ottawa — such as record-low unemployment levels and the recent better-then-expected GDP report — but in Alberta, you would hardly know it. The mood here is downright terrible. Besides ...
Molson presents cheque to NL Salt Company
At the Ragged Rocks gastropub in Bonavista, Molson celebrated a partner with which they hope to create a further legacy, as they presented Newfoundland Salt Company with the Molson Partnership. The award comes with a $50,000 cheque. Having won ...
VIDEO: How Sobeys plans to replace plastic bags using paper and recycled water bottles
The Kleenex of shopping bags is being kicked to the curb. In this part of the world, whether toting groceries or garbage, any plastic shopping bag is likely to be referred to as a Sobeys bag, whether it’s from that store or ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Trudeau Liberals block another attempt to hold them to account
In what could best be described as part of a pattern, the Trudeau Liberals shut down an attempt to investigate wrongdoing by the federal government on Tuesday. The Liberal majority on the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International ...