MY HANDMADE HOME: Changing a room’s colour palette with minimum effort
Cape Breton flea market re-opens this Sunday
Health and pharmaceutical company with Cape Breton location acquired ...
Provincial pilot program to help export businesses attract investment
Idea Mentoring bringing new entrepreneurs forward in Cape Breton
Halifax man charged with first-degree murder in Triston Reece's death
Used 2016+ Honda Pilot big on space, safety, feature content
Think of the planet when prepping rides for winter
Churches by the Sea helps out local Bridgetown and Area Food Bank
The Digby Courier
LETTER: Original prayer decision indicates more communication needed
LETTER: ‘Common sense solutions’ needed to improve health care, says Cape Breton MLA
TOM URBANIAK: A tribute to former Tory MLA and municipal politician Cora Etter on her 95th birthday
DAVID JOHNSON: A hung parliament, advantage Trudeau
LETTER: Pulp mill should be closed
LETTER: Disarm the f-bomb
STEVE BARTLETT: Election post-mortem: I’d like to ask you something
What’s the question? How'd we, as a network of Atlantic Canadian journalists and newsrooms, do with our federal election coverage? That's last week's news. Why do you want to know that? Because we ...
LETTER: Damaged Victoria Road home has historic connection
On a recent visit to Sydney I was devasted to learn of a fire that partially destroyed the Gallivan house on Victoria Rd. This is the house that raised a large family who were very successful, including Danny Gallivan. For over 30 years, Danny was ...
COMMENTARY: Confusion at the fish counter: How to eat fish responsibly
Jenny Weitzman, Dalhousie University It now seems absurd that anyone once believed the ocean was inexhaustable: fish stocks are in dismal shape and scientists say overfishing is a global problem with potentially irreversible consequences to ...
JIM GUY: Why I like minority government and coalitions
As a political scientist, there are many reasons for liking many minority and coalition governments. But the best one for me is the insecurity that alters their behaviour. Insecure governments think and behave differently than do ...
LETTER: Hold that burger
Re: “Red meat, science and buffets” (Oct. 5 column by Sylvain Charlebois). Charlebois makes much of the Annals of Internal Medicine study which claims to have evidence that red and processed meats aren’t as unhealthy as most ...
COMMENTARY: We need to understand the culture of whales so we can save them
Felicia Vachon, Dalhousie University We often think of culture as solely human. We think of our music, our clothes, our food, our languages. However, culture stretches far beyond Homo sapiens. As evidence of the existence of culture in other ...
OP-ED: Are we prepared for what is coming?
‘The better you are prepared, the better chance you will have of staying on top of everything that is coming your way’ has been advice that most parents have tried to pass on to their children from time immemorial. Another well-worn ...
STEVE BARTLETT: To those on the fence about voting today
Me: “Hi, can you do me a favour?” You: “Errr … I don’t know you that well, so maybe. What do you need?” Me: “I need you to vote.” You: “Oh, I don’t know. I’ve got a lot on ...
OP-ED: ‘Destroyed’ highway another reason to save Cape Breton rail line
One key underpinning for economic development is infrastructure, plain and simple. There has to be an affordable, environmentally-acceptable way to move goods to and from Cape Breton to the mainland. Jane MacNeill The open letter, by ...
LETTER: Is it time for term limits on all politicians?
In the wake of the upcoming federal election it appears separation sentiments are at an all-time high in both the western provinces; and of course in Quebec. Quebec is always threatening separation. They use it as a bargaining ...