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
OUTDOOR WORLD: On the hunt for Christmas presents
FAITH FOR TODAY: Living and loving starts here
KINGS COMMENTARY: The lifelong journey of discipleship
Entertainers bringing holiday songs and stories to the stage
Matthew Good kicks off 2020 Moving Walls Canadian tour in Pictou, Halifax
At the library: Tis’ the season for festive fun
GREEN FILES: Trees from seed – a miracle you can create
By Mark and Ben Cullen Of all nature’s miracles, trees seem most profound. Standing under a towering native silver maple in the park across from Ben’s house, it’s hard to imagine these mighty specimens starting from a tiny maple ...
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Have a healthy holiday season
‘Tis the season of family, celebration and lots of food! Temptation seems to be everywhere – chocolates at the office, your mom’s favourite pie on the counter, and so many holiday buffets!How do you stick to your diabetes meal plan ...
NOW HEAR THIS: Reeny Smith brings family Christmas show to St. Matt's, Marigold
One of the most powerful and moving musical events of 2018 came towards the end of the year, at the Christmas concert put together by North Preston’s multi-talented Reeny Smith with many members of her extended family taking the stage of the ...
Spotify reveals 2019’s most-streamed tracks in Nova Scotia
Global music streaming giant Spotify has crunched its 2019 numbers and determined that Nova Scotians can’t get enough of tattooed rapper Post Malone. The results come as the audio streaming service announces the conclusion of its ...
Pushing for inclusion on stage and on screen
Acting as the official ambassador for 2020’s combined National AccessAbility Week and the Bluenose Ability Arts & Film Festival, running May 31 to June 6 in Halifax and Dartmouth, is not a role April Hubbard takes lightly. As a person ...
TINA COMEAU: 'Easy? No. Easier? I'm not sure' – reflecting on another lobster season start
Tina Comeau is the lead editor of the Tri-County Vanguard. She writes a weekly column in the Tri-County Vanguard about family and the lighter side of life. Being a part of a lobster fishing family, it has also become tradition for her to write about ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Ageless adoptions
The average life expectancy, according to the 2014 World Health Statistics for males born in 2012 in Canada was 80, and for females 84. I am sharing these statistics with you because of an email I received from a reader. She stated, "I would ...
Slut: The Play addresses the topic of sexual violence at Glasgow Square
Less than 10 days away from their performance at Glasgow Square Theatre, 11 performers and dedicated crew are preparing to deliver some hard truths to their audience. “It takes what’s private and makes it public,” said Shelly ...
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Lobster season dumping day morning in Pinkney's Point, Yarmouth County
After a one-day delay caused by strong winds on Monday, Nov. 25, the lobster season in LFA 34 (southwestern Nova Scotia) and LFA 33 (south shore of the province) got underway the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 26. Boats were permitted to leave wharves ...
KINGS COMMENTARY: The perils of peer pressure
Galatians 2:1-13 Peer pressure is a terrible thing. So often though, we accept the stereotype of peer pressure as only being applicable to teenagers. Most everybody has an innate desire to be loved and accepted, it’s the way God wired us. This ...