May 22nd 2013
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Fisheries and Oceans opens new facility in Digby
The new office is at 24 Industrial Drive in Seabrook. It replaces the former office on Hwy. 217 that DFO had shared with the Canadian Food ...
Cruise ships could dock in Digby next year
“We’re working with two separate cruise ship lines and the best case scenario would be two lines adding Digby to their itinerary in 2012,” said ...
Admiral Digby Museum launches new interactive codes
QR codes are those barcode arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information encoded can be text, URL or other data, and are ...
Diamonds in gold medal performance
The competition March 5 saw the team of nine girls, all under the age of 13, compete in the elementary level.“We’re very excited because when we ...
Moving Day set for Tideview residents, staff
The new facility is 86,000 square feet and will house 90 residents in the new south end Digby location. Each room of the $20million facility will ...
Digby man’s health worsens in Spanish prison
In an interview last Friday, Halifax West MP Geoff Regan said he felt the Canadian government has not been taking Halliday’s case seriously, so ...
Canadian curling championships just days away
The national event is a first for Digby and is co-hosted by Digby Area Recreation Commission and the Digby Curling Club.“It’s a big deal for the ...
Volunteers sweep in to help curling championships
The championships are hosted by the Digby Area Recreation Commission (DARC) and the Digby Curling Club which have gathered 150 volunteers, ...
Council wants Pines to stay in province’s hands
The three resorts—Digby Pines, Liscombe Lodge and Keltic Lodge—are important assets to the province’s tourism industry, Economic and Rural ...
Registry moving to Digby despite concerns
The registry office has been in Weymouth for 225 years and the decision to move the office was announced in November.In January, the province met ...
Judge had broad interests in art, politics
Woolaver died Feb. 8 at the age of 85 and a small service and reception took place Monday, Feb. 14, in the Digby branch of the Royal ...
Mayor wants help for struggling towns
Municipality of Digby deputy warden Jimmy MacAlpine, who is vice-president of the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities, says the organization of ...
Shedding light on lighthouse protection
Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society president Barry MacDonald and Heritage Lighthouse Program manager Norman Shields called the meeting ...
Sno’ shortage of snow for Winter Carnival
Bear River welcomes crowds to snow sculptures, snowshoeing, snow suckers and fireworks
Conway's middle lane a learning process for some
Staff -Sgt. Phil Barrett of the Digby RCMP says some drivers are not properly using the middle lane for turning.“People are just getting used to ...
Downtown bus service possible
After Convergys announced in December it will close in March, representatives of the Municipality and Town of Digby met Jan. 18 with Kings ...
National curling championships to showcase region
Digby Area Recreation Commission and the Digby Curling Club are co-hosting the championships that will see 24 teams competing—with 11 provincial ...
Grandparents go back to school
The grandparent program started about three years ago. A fourth year nursing student at Dalhousie University sent out flyers to start a ...
Yoga fitness dances its way into Bear River
Yoga dance instructor Julie Palmer is offering the class to all ages and the first one took place Jan. 8 in the Oakdene Centre’s gymnasium. ...
Claw tells an ancient tale
“It’s quite a unique find,” he said last week while displaying the claw. “It could be hundreds of thousands or millions of years old.”Deborah ...
Storm derails Steele visit to Digby
The provincial minister was scheduled to meet Jan. 27 with members of Digby Area Board of Trade, but board cancelled the meeting due to bad ...
ATV use to continue on trails
The Trans-Canada Trail organization will instate new guidelines April 1 to promote ‘greenways’—trails designed for non-motorized use such as ...
Checkpoints act as reminder for drivers
Police were looking for obvious vehicle defects, overdue inspection stickers, lack of seatbelt use, and impaired drivers. Corp. Andy Hamilton of ...
Focus on region’s transportation needs
ADEDA interim managing director Dan Harvey said the agency aims to focus on regional transportation infrastructure such as the Digby and ...
Small-scale tidal turbine tested off Islands
The five-kW turbine was tested while tied to the back of a fishing vessel to conduct tests on the processes of working in strong tidal currents ...
Renovated rec facility officially re-opens
The improvements come in time for the Canadian senior curling championships being held here March 19-26, and which will use ice surfaces in ...
ABCC project receives close to $1 million
The announcement was made Friday at the conference centre’s Cornwallis Park headquarters. Cornwallis Park Development Association, which operates ...
Shotgun fired in Freeport
Thomas Carson Ogden, 65, of St. Bernard, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder, dangerous use of a firearm, carrying a firearm for ...
New Year, new possibilities for Digby
The year brought a three-year government commitment for the Digby-Saint John ferry service, a new library in Weymouth, sewer expansion, ...
Hazelton skates his way onto Team Nova Scotia
Digby figure skater James Hazelton was selected to be on the team for the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax, Feb. 11-27.“I have to say it ...
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