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
Bonavista Biennale returns for second time
Potential Bonavista hotel entrepreneur frustrated with council ...
Calgary couple moves to Sackville to re-open local restaurant
Preventing nighttime accidents is easy, fun
The Sackville Tribune Post
Popular Airbnb in Dorchester shut down temporarily
New stormwater retention pond quickly proving itself as recreational asset
Sappyfest fans headed to Sackville this weekend
Former area resident continues effort to have son's memorial reinstated at Sackville school
Search continues for missing in Labrador plane crash
Missaquash Marsh one of four Treasured Wetlands for 2019
Live Bait Theatre bringing Esther Cox back to Amherst
Amherst’s most famous ghost girl, Esther Cox, is returning to Amherst this summer. Live Bait Theatre is presenting Possessed by Esther Cox, a musical dinner theatre which offers a comedic take on The Great Amherst Mystery, from July 22 to ...
ATVs can now travel on certain Sackville streets
Don’t be surprised if you start noticing more ATV traffic traveling through Sackville’s highway commercial area. As of July 13, ATVers can now legally drive along Wright Street and Mallard Drive, providing them access to the various ...
Several Sackville streets will get paving jobs earlier than expected
Sackville will be able to do some additional road upgrades this year thanks to a one-time top up from the federal government the town did not anticipate. Several smaller streets or sections of streets throughout the community will be paved in ...
Rally to support Murray Beach Provincial Park set for this Saturday
MURRAY CORNER, N.B. - Support for blocking the privatization of Murray Beach Provincial Park is ramping up, with an information session, barbecue and rally planned for this Saturday afternoon from 1-3 p.m. at a location adjacent the park ...
Recall warning issued for kale salad kit sold in Atlantic Canada
Health Canada has issued a recall warning on a brand of bagged kale salad sold in Atlantic Canada. The recall of the 794-gram (28 ounce) Eat Smart Sweet Kale Vegetable Salad Bag Kit made by Fresh Taste Produce Ltd. was prompted by a Canadian Food ...
Still standing strong after 150 years
A special upcoming anniversary weekend celebration will mark the fascinating legacy of Cape Jourimain’s heritage lighthouse. “This event will mark the 150th anniversary of the building and serve as a jubilant celebration of its legacy ...
Young environmental activists at Marshview win national award
A group of student environmental activists at Marshview Middle School have earned national honours for their work in trying to bring positive change to their school and their community. The students, members of the school’s environment club ...
Provinces must act on species protection: report
Provincial governments are failing to protect species at risk, according to a new federal report. As part of the federal government’s 2018 commitment to track and report on critical habitat protection for terrestrial species at risk, the ...
Adding another military vehicle to Memorial Park has become polarizing, divisive issue in Sackville
It’s an issue that has sparked arguments, been the topic of some heated debates and has stirred up emotions in the community over the past several weeks. The controversy over the proposed placement of the Cougar AVGP in Memorial Park has ...
Reactions mixed over Cougar controversy
Scott Timpa is no stranger to military vehicles. Having served over a decade in the Canadian Army, Timpa said he spent five years in the back of a Light Armoured Vehicle Three (LAV 3) during his years as an infantry soldier. And while these types ...