Sackville's gold medal grappler
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
Sackville’s Stephen Puddle motivated by desire to serve his community
Continuing a sense of achievement in our senior years
TRHS men's hockey Titans claim third straight conference championship
ATVers have a blast at weekend event
Tantramar Memory Café set to celebrate anniversary
The Sackville Tribune Post
Transcontinental says SaltWire Network in breach of contract after 2017 sale of media assets
SaltWire Network sues Transcontinental over sale of newspapers
Environmental assessment registered for Port Union microbrewery
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. Business of the Month: Knuckles Truffles Chocolates
New owners treasure their own teenage memories of Mel’s
A HEALING TOUCH: Sackville naturopath opens clinic offering reiki, hypnosis, reflexology
New Sackville business puts spotlight on local produce from local farms
Local farms. Local produce. Local ready-to-go meals. This is the concept behind a new business in downtown Sackville that opened up its doors this month, intent on serving up delicious, healthy and affordable foods made from locally-sourced ...
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel rebranded as Quality Hotel
Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel has been officially rebranded as a Quality Hotel. The change came earlier this month after a $2 million renovation. In a press release issued on Tuesday, Feb. 19, director of franchise development for Choice ...
Clarenville mother and daughter recognized for social enterprise
Clarenville teen Monica Snow and her mother Carolyn Burton have been recognized at International Development Week in Ottawa this month for their fair trade endeavor, Sol Company. Snow and Burton’s story is part of International Development ...
Coast guard urges boat owners to register emergency beacons
Fishing boat owners and operators who haven’t yet registered their EPIRBs - emergency position-indicating radio beacons – are being asked to do so. It could save lives. A big issue for the Canadian Coast Guard is that vessels with ...
Trying to stay in Vogue
He would be heartbroken if he had to close the doors of Sackville’s beloved movie theatre. So Jeff Coates continues to fight tooth and nail every day to keep the place open. The owner of the Vogue Theatre since 2006, Coates said the ...
Molson Coors launching new masterbrand in Canada
Your bottle of Molson Canadian is getting a makeover. Molson Coors launched a new masterbrand today, uniting some of the company’s most iconic beers under one new design. The brands included in the redesign are Molson Canadian, Molson ...
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc. business of the month: The Black Duck Café
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following, which is part of an ongoing monthly feature, was submitted by Gwen Zwicker. SACKVILLE, N.B. – In the heart of downtown Sackville, Alan Barbour and Sarah Evans are the owners of The Black Duck ...
Sharp job in Bridgetown - Philip Agombar knows all about putting a good edge on a pair of skates
BRIDGETOWN, NS - When Philip Agombar put a post up on Facebook saying he was sharpening skates, things got busy in a hurry. “I was tired of driving to Greenwood to get my skates done, so I bought a machine,” he said in the post late on ...
Renaissance Sackville helps community projects, business ideas get off the ground
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Many community and economic development initiatives have gotten off the ground in Sackville thanks to an organization that helps budding entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality. Renaissance Sackville, established nearly ...
Developer’s interest in vacant Annapolis County schools leads council to Scotland
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When the folks at the Municipality of Annapolis County asked Edward Farren what sort of project he was interested in developing in Annapolis County, Farren took them to Scotland to explain. Warden Timothy Habinski, his ...