Maritime NHL'ers for Kids returning to Digby
Ages of Springhill house fire victims released
Cider with a splash of history: Bear River couple launching hard apple ...
Burger News: Digby, Bear River restaurants enter Burger War last minute
'It's been continuously surprising what everyone's done for me' : Digby dad ...
UPDATE: Cheers sound as trapped dolphins freed from Heart's Delight harbour
Kiack sluice to Goose Flats off Pembroke cove reclaimed
The Digby Courier
Middleton CAO Rachel Turner hired to fill Town of Oxford’s top job
Health authority conducting public survey as part of review of cancer services in western Nova Scotia
TCRSB and CSAP schools closed March 22 due to weather
'I just remember thinking how do you get a cat off a telephone pole' Digby family cat returned safely
Our Changing Arctic
UPDATED: Thin body of beached whale carcass near Harbourville concerns marine animal society
A humpback whale carcass has washed up along the shoreline of a small community near Harbourville. ...
Cider with a splash of history: Bear River couple launching hard apple cider
BEAR RIVER, NS- Brendan and Karen Enright opened a winery in Bear River in 2009 and after years of working in the business they’re ready to add some new products. For the last five years the pair has been practicing making hard cider and ...
Annapolis Valley makes Expedia.ca ‘Best Places to Experience Spring in Canada’ list
When the mayor of Kentville first heard that the Annapolis Valley had made Expedia.ca’s list, her reaction was “It’s about time!” ...
Digby veterinarian weighs in on cat declawing ban
Dr. Neil Pothier has been a veterinarian for 33 years and he’s never enjoyed declawing cats. In the last five years the procedure became very infrequent, he said. “I definitely saw this coming. We never really recommended the ...
On your mark, get set, go: Digby women run every day for over a year
For most people Feb. 5 was just a normal day but for two Digby runners, Megan Moore and Jana Amirault, it was a milestone. Rain was smashing against the pavement and the winds were blowing hard. But both women couldn’t have been ...
Research scientist’s maps show how sea level rise will affect Nova Scotia communities
MIDDLETON, NS - A student moves a large three-dimensional map of Nova Scotia from a lab to the boardroom at the NSCC in Middleton. It’s a unique model of a coastal province. Sea level in many communities is scant metres from roads, back ...
Annapolis Royal taking action on sea level rise, other environmental issues
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - When it comes to rising sea levels, Annapolis Royal has a lot to lose. But the mayor and council aren’t sitting idly by waiting to be rescued. They’re about to establish a committee to tackle environmental issues ...
Trapped in ice
Editor’s Note: This is part five of a five-part SaltWire series Our Changing Arctic, looking into the ever-changing world of the Canadian North. ST. ANTHONY BIGHT, NL — The memory of 23 long, cold and uncertain days trapped in the ...
'It's been continuously surprising what everyone's done for me' : Digby dad with cancer thanks the public for all the support he's received
DIGBY, NS- Jordan Morgan is overwhelmed by the support he’s received from around the province. “It’s been continuously surprising what everyone’s done for me,” he said. The Digby Dad has been battling an ...
All in the family – members of the MacIntyre clan have built a company in Port Hawkesbury, N.S. to chart the Arctic
A few years ago, Grace MacIntyre skipped her graduation ceremony from Dalhousie University to hop on a Finnish icebreaker. An oil and gas company needed to meet a deadline on background environmental baseline data before it could begin exploration ...