Armchair Olympians Day 13
Nova Scotia Health Authority staff respond to local Digby health-care stories, rumours ...
Digby volleyball club growing by leaps and bounds
Electric City projects have potential to light up tourism industry for Weymouth
Digby doctors celebrating their collaborative practice in the community
Saved by the jam: Digby and Freeport Legions forced to repurpose to ...
Aboriginal musicians to perform in Church Point
The Digby Courier
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Health care system is complex
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 30th anniversary of Crime Stoppers
LETTER: Say a prayer for Westray Mine victims and survivors
LETTER: Do the math: School closures not the answer to demographic decline
LETTER: A bus trip to remember: From Digby to Wolfville through the storm of the century
LETTER: A little tragedy in Digby is a recurring tale
No doubt some people will say, "So what? Just another cat." But for members of the Society for the Friends of Ferals, who have been feeding Little Mama and several other feral cats on the Digby waterfront for years, this small tragedy was yet another ...
Public shut out again in Fisheries Act changes
The report, which supposedly was even supported by the marine-based fin-fish industry, acknowledged the many concerns of all the stakeholders and called for a complete overhaul of the regulatory system and a change of attitude in government whereby ...
LETTER: Digby dialysis centre needed
It is sad when we hear of a daughter trying to keep her job and care for her mom who now travels to Yarmouth twice a week for dialysis, more so when we learn the mom is a former nurse at DGH who must travel to undergo 3-4 hours on dialysis because ...
Poor choice for ferry name
Samuel ChamplainIn regards to naming the new ferry for the Digby-Saint John service and the recent proposal by a politician that it be named after Samuel Champlain, it must be noted that Champlain was an Indian killer. I don’t think the local ...
Secret police bill C-51 reckless, dangerous
The government’s secret police Bill C-51 is reckless, dangerous, and ineffective. The bill is reckless because it turns CSIS into a ‘secret police’ force with little oversight or accountability. The bill is dangerous because it opens the door for ...
LETTER: Nova Scotians can be leaders
Two clear impressions have stayed with me—that we Nova Scotians are ready to speak perceptively, even courageously about our shared challenges, and that one major key to meeting those challenges is the institution of some kind of carbon pricing ...
LETTER: Digby RCMP officer goes above and beyond helping Waterford resident
Upon my return home from Digby on Sunday, Feb. 8, the plow had blocked my driveway with what I thought was snow, but after getting stuck in it, I discovered it was large, heavy blocks of ice. An RCMP officer stopped and said, “It looks like you can ...
Digby legion auxiliary finished
We have closed our accounts and forwarded the money, totaling $8,810, to the Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command in Dartmouth. Hopefully, they will spend it wisely to a good Poppy Fund. It’s out of our hands now. The Ladies Auxiliary, as I have said ...
Streetlight repair responsibility
In reference to Valerie Hersey’s Dec. 19 letter to the editor, “Burning question in Digby County,” I would like to provide some clarification on streetlight maintenance in the Town and District of Digby. Both the Town and District of Digby now ...
Burning question in Digby County
How many NS Power people does it take to replace a burned out streetlight? Apparently more than we have in Digby County. The streetlight outside our home has been out now for almost a month. I have called several times about this, as has my ...