‘Our family is finally complete,’ says Pictou-born woman reunited with ...
Pictou County RCMP make impaired driving arrests
Boxer Brody Blair wins again in front of Pictou County fans
House fire in Sylvester
Meeka the dog has found her 'forever home'
Fundraiser, blood drive to support Pictou County United Way Executive ...
Truro carpet plant moving operations to U.S., 240 jobs to be lost
Hair today, re-used tomorrow: Clarenville salon joins the ‘Green Circle’ club
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
Making food ‘a hell of a lot more accessible’: Small farms getting a boost from FarmWorks
Zenabis approved for production and manufacture of cannabis oil products at Stellarton site
There’s oil in them thar plants. Cannabis oil that is. And Zenabis has recently been approved to produce and sell it here in Stellarton. The announcement of the latest license from Health Canada is a good sign, says company CEO Andrew ...
Houston introduces legislation aimed at securing a future for forestry
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston introduced legislation last week, that he said aims to ensure the forest industry continues to thrive in Nova Scotia. The Forestry Industry Sustainability Act calls on the Liberal government to strike a ...
Sarah MacIntosh-Wiseman named CEO of Pictou County Regional Enterprise Network
Sarah MacIntosh-Wiseman will be CEO of the newly formed Pictou County Regional Enterprise Network. The board of directors for the network announced the decision on March 5. “Sarah is a perfect fit for this new role. Through her ...
A really big plant: Stellarton cannabis facility approved to begin cultivation
It’s been three days since licenced medical and recreational cannabis producer Zenabis received health Canada approval to start cultivation at its newest facility in Stellarton, and they already have plants growing – 3,325 to be ...
Ottawa re-ups with PAL Aerospace on aerial surveillance contract
PAL Aerospace will continue to provide aerial surveillance for Canada’s inland, coastal and offshore waters on behalf of the Government of Canada after having its contract extended by five years on Monday. The company has been under contract ...
Ferry tone and concern causes investor to back away from Yarmouth
While they may revisit Yarmouth in the future, an investor says the ongoing tone surrounding the Nova Scotia-to-Maine ferry is creating a climate of uncertainty and, as a result, they are stepping away from a development they had planned for the ...
Sobeys expands its kinder, gentler shopping program to Pictou County
William O’Dwyer believes the decision by Sobeys to offer a sensor-friendly shopping time every two weeks is a positive step. The support coordinator for Autism Nova Scotia – Pictou County Chapter says for people who suffer from sensory ...
Seal oil capsule production facility looking to come to Shoal Harbour
The seal industry goes back hundreds of years in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador, however, it is a new, local business which is looking at further developing the production of seal oil capsules — and they’re setting up in Shoal ...
Bay Ferries starts selling tickets for Cat’s 2019 season as work to Bar Harbor switchover continues
Bay Ferries’ Cat ferry service between Yarmouth and Bar Harbor is targeted to begin June 21. The later start to the season this year compared to last year – when the season started June 8 – is due to a substantial rebuilding of ...
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 ...