Updated on May 04, 2015 - DIGBY – The family of a Digby County man who died while on a first aid course in Cape Breton will be meeting with representatives of the Nova Scotia Community College to discuss the man’s death.
Updated at 06:02 - YARMOUTH – An effort has been underway for some time to bring back a Yarmouth-Digby-Shelburne chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). Things will become official when an annual general meeting is held in Yarmouth on Wednesday, May 6....
Updated at 11:00 - TC MEDIA - Krista Mader wants to see some changes in the province that will make inbreeding dogs illegal..
Updated on May 04, 2015 - COMEAUVILLE - Several golfers ignored wet and windy conditions April 27 to play a round on opening day at Clare Golf and Country Club..
Updated on April 23, 2015 - HALIFAX – Associations representing small businesses in Nova Scotia are giving the 2015 federal budget a big thumbs-up. .
Updated on April 24, 2015 - The Events column is for non-profit listings of events in Digby County. Items may run twice for free before the event’s date. Email items to email@example.com, fax to 245-6136, post online at www.digbycourier.ca or mail to the Digby Courier at 124....
Updated on May 04, 2015 - TC MEDIA - A little leather went a long way in the heat on Saturday evening, but the morning was a different story..
Updated at 08:46 - Last week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper stepped on a flight to the Netherlands for a Second World War memorial ceremony — the press announcement looked like this: “9:30 a.m. Prime Minister Stephen Harper will depart for the Netherlands to participate....
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