Looming Northern Pulp decision could chip away at forestry business
Looming Northern Pulp decision churns up worries on the water
Sydney rugby player to represent Canada at the Can-Am tour in ...
Final decision on Northern Pulp waste treatment plant imminent
Host clubs for Scotties and Brier playdowns announced
Ring 73 holds boxing card in Glace Bay
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Entertainers bringing holiday songs and stories to the stage
Nova Scotia Talent Trust grants over $35,000 in awards
Telegram photographer Joe Gibbons receives another international award
Annual Christmas community dinner brings St. John’s Centre together for a hot meal, music and conversation
A steady flow of turkey dinner was walked out of the kitchen at the Knights of Columbus on St. Clare Avenue in St. John’s on Monday as volunteers and members of the community gathered for the 12th annual Rogers Rogers Moyse Christmas community ...
Northwood Bentwood Rings founders creating popular handmade products
What grew out of necessity for Lauren Hill has turned into a successful business for her and her husband, Allan. Hill has an allergy to wearing metals, and therefore couldn’t wear her wedding ring. This began her interest in wooden rings. In ...
Matthew Good kicks off 2020 Moving Walls Canadian tour in Pictou, Halifax
Canadian rock songwriter Matthew Good brings his band to Halifax for two nights at the Marquee Ballroom on Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7, with special guest Villages. He also performs a tour kick-off show at Pictou's deCoste Centre on ...
Mahone Bay woman draws inspiration from locally sourced greeneries for Christmas décor
Every year, Barb Haley’s home in Mahone Bay is filled with the sights and smells of Christmas in the form of evergreens. “I tend to go overboard on them,” she laughs. “Lots and lots of boughs, decorations on the bannister, ...
ASK ELLIE: Jilted husband ready to move on?
Q — We've been married for two years but are now apart. She always told me that she'll one day leave me forever and sue me to support her bringing up the children. She said that her Option B was ready. We have one young ...
Latest Louisbourg production looks at unwelcome guests
It’s a scenario repeated in many homes over the holidays and the Foggy View Players will stage their take on it when “In-Laws, Outlaws, and Other People (That Should Be Shot)” hits the Louisbourg Playhouse today until ...
St. George’s Church in Sydney hosting concert
Glad Tidings for St. George’s will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at Sydney’s oldest church. The concert will feature Coro Cantabile, a women’s mixed voice ensemble based in Glace Bay as well as wind player Barb Stetter and ...
Town Heroes to perform at Fortress of Louisbourg
ECMA-nominated band The Town Heroes will be performing an acoustic, unplugged and candlelit concert at the Fortress of Louisbourg on Saturday, 4-6:15 p.m. The band will perform holiday, traditional Cape Breton and original songs. There will also ...
Ducks cause minor traffic tie-up at Sydney's Wentworth Park Thursday
The ducks at Sydney’s Wentworth Park created a bit of a traffic jam Thursday morning in deciding to forage across George Street. Their slow waddle was accented by the honking of car horns from impatient drivers trying to get to work on time. ...
Christmas telethon longstanding holiday tradition in Eskasoni
A Cape Breton tradition of gathering around the television to watch local performers sing songs of the holiday is upheld in the island’s largest Mi’kmaw community. Eskasoni First Nation residents are not solely glued to a ...