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
AMONG FRIENDS: New farm owners find satisfaction growing crops
AMONG FRIENDS: A walk with Pictou's ghost hunter
STEVE BARTLETT: What we’re doing about the federal election
JIM VIBERT: Climate voters face Hobson’s choice
STEVE BARTLETT: Gord Downie, and the gift that lasts
COMMENTARY: Please hear Hong Kong’s cry for help
HANTS HISTORY: Early July 2019 edition
Here's a look at what was making the news 25 and 50 years ago in the Hants Journal. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Mary-Jo visits her old stomping ground
Perhaps a hometown audience is the hardest to play to. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Health Canada should be protecting us
Last month, filmmaker Aube Giroux’s ‘Modified’ won the James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Award for best documentary film. ...
Being his true self — Corner Brook's Jordan Stringer to speak to students about growing up gay
A much younger Jordan Stringer took a chance once. The boy from Little Heart's Ease, the small town 40 minutes east of Clarenville, made the decision to confide in someone he considered a friend something he had known about himself since he ...
Letter to the editor: With thanks from Sibley-White Family
Dear editor, My name is Maryanne Sibley and on Dec. 14, 2018, myself and my family were struck with immense tragedy. At around 6 pm. that evening, our home caught fire and burned completely to the ground taking all of our possessions, pictures ...
EDITORIAL: Electoral homework
As of yesterday, it’s a maximum of seven months away. Sorry to say it, but now’s the time to start thinking about your homework. October 21st is the latest day that the next federal election can fall on, and given the mess the ...
EDITORIAL: Battle for the bottom
It may not be the best example, but it is the most jarring: internet sales powerhouse Amazon.com made US$11.2 billion in profits last year, but won’t be paying federal income tax in the United States. Instead, it’s actually getting a $129 ...
EDITORIAL: Liberal sleight of hand
In the last federal election, the Conservatives tried to knock Liberal leader Justin Trudeau as being “just not ready.” It didn’t wind up being a winning slogan, because, as it turned out, Trudeau was ready to win. ...
EDITORIAL: Probing the interference allegations
Right now, it’s about answers. Ever since last Thursday’s story in the Globe and Mail raising questions about whether the Prime Minister’s Office interfered in some way with the prosecution of Quebec engineering giant ...
EDITORIAL: Hope it doesn’t spread
So, what’s the worst kind of airplane seatmate? Is it the one with armrest-spread, who overwhelms the armrest between you and settles an elbow in spots where you don’t regularly expect contact from strangers? Is it the person ...