Crushers name Mike Danton head coach
"Volatility in the weather is nothing new, but I don’t want to be ...
Westville fire displaces one
Pictou County Helpers holds successful pancake fundraiser
Woman charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault has plea ...
Pictou County road named one of worst in Atlantic Canada: survey
LETTER: A lot of steps, not a lot of time to make a difference
LETTER: In the grand scheme, it's all preventable
LETTER: Pictou Landing First Nation should not pay the price for Northern Pulp
LETTER: Doctors are vital
MACRAE'S MUSINGS: Blessed be the ... who?
COMMENTARY: Engage Nova Scotia looking to understand province's quality of life with new survey
MACRAE'S MUSINGS: And a little child might lead us
Out of a far-off time and place there’s a continuing, haunting scenario. It emerges from a world in which a little girl comes a-boppin’ and a-groovin’ down the well-worn corridor of the campus dorm she and I were destined to share ...
LETTER: Rebuttal made to opinion piece on Northern Pulp
To the editor, I and many others are dismayed when we read letters from people that are obviously not well informed about the proposed effluent plan put forward recently by NPNS. pulp mill has been spewing air pollution for more than 50 years ...
LETTER: Extending a heartfelt thanks to our volunteers
To the editor, Last week we celebrated Volunteer Week which hopefully gave many of us lots to think about. Being a good volunteer means among other things being proactive and using your power to reach out to help fill a need. It means ...
LETTER: Thanks for the support from the business community
As the Fundy Highland Female Bantam AA team prepares to travel to Newfoundland to compete in the Atlantic championship, we want to acknowledge the support of our business community. Since winning the provincial championship the team has been ...
LETTER: All athletes deserve applause for their efforts
To the editor, Pictou County sports fans were treated to an excellent evening of action Saturday at Boxing Night in Canada at the Wellness Centre. This was the second event presented by local boxing favourite Brody Blair, and hopefully we’ll ...
LETTER: Help buy an accessible van
Dear corporations, business owners, friends and community, We have in our New Glasgow community a young lady who has spent her entire life in a wheel chair due to a mishap during her birth, resulting in cerebral palsy. This young lady is named ...
LETTER: Thanks for the support
Quite some time has passed since the busy holiday season, so our Pictou County Crohn’s and Colitis group would like to inform the public that our fall/winter fundraiser was a great success. With ticket sales and the big Prize Bingo night at ...
LETTER: Federal decision extremely disappointing
The federal government has decided not to ban gay conversion therapy. This is a disturbing development that follows a petition by advocates and other interested parties, including yours truly. I wrote a letter to the government last fall, to ask ...
VIBERT: Progress slow and steady in budget
If you take your progress slow and steady, Tuesday the Nova Scotia government produced another budget that should be to your liking. On the other hand, Nova Scotians hoping for bold action to relieve overcrowded hospital emergency rooms or to help ...
VIBERT: The messy side of realpolitik
When an irresistible force meets an immovable object, the old song goes, something’s gotta give. The irresistible force in this analogy is the new Liberal brand Justin Trudeau successfully sold Canadians in 2015. It was irresistible to Jody ...