Firefighters Union wants town to rescind termination of four dispatcher jobs
Yarmouth County photographer captures battle between ospreys
Digby Pet Valu celebrating one year anniversary with fundraiser for Church Point ...
Main takeaways from the Digby Area Tourism Association annual general meeting
2018 East Coast Music Awards
Timothy Wells still missing as RCMP continue search
12th annual ACT awards presented at Th'YARC in Yarmouth
The Digby Courier
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A response to 'My illness worked in my favour'
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let's support the Town of Yarmouth on the arts centre
OP-ED: Organ and tissue donation awareness
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
Seeking Shirley: Can anyone help this Alberta woman find her Digby friend?
I asked her to send me the details in an email and I received that email today and have typed it up at the bottom of this article. If you have any information that may help Mrs. McDonald, you can post that info on our Facebook page or email me ...
LETTER: Another soccer referee calling it quits
We lose many young first and second year officials, 14 to 16-year-olds, because they are intimidated by coaches or parents. You can hardly blame them; being yelled at by an adult for doing their job is not something they expected nor is it much ...
LETTER: Win win - an influx of refugees might be just what Digby needs
Nova Scotia's rural population is in decline and our demographics show that we have one of the oldest populations in Canada (median age in Syria 22, Nova Scotia 44). Time and again we here the theme from reliable sources, such as the Ivany report ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...