Monday, August 21, 2017

A dream come true

Turning off onto a dirt road, the vibrant colours catch the eye. It’ll soon be even brighter, with the addition of Mabel Murple’s Book Shoppe and Dreamery. Sheree Fitch is opening the book store in...

The tap is ready

A warm weekend at the end of February was a welcome one for most people, but especially for those in the maple syrup business. Scott Whitelaw and Christopher Howse were busy on a Saturday night...

Changing times

Isabel Bonnyman looks out her window at Willow Lodge and can see a building where she spent many a day. Behind the North Colchester High School, she can also see the new Tatamagouche Regional Academy...

Taylor to represent PC Party in Colchester North

Rebecca Taylor will represent the Progressive Conservatives in Colchester North come the next provincial election. Taylor was the winner in a nomination meeting held April 22. Her competitors included Eric Boutilier, Tyler Fraser and Michele...
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Seven red flags you need to fire your client immediately

I thought I’d open this article with a truly scary story: I nearly quit my business because of my first big client. Things were that bad. To make it worse, after our big split, I...

From the North Shore to Maudie

No matter where he is working in the world, Guy Godfree always feels an attachment to his home. Godfree, originally from Pugwash, knew as soon as he read the script for the feature film Maudie,...

Election called for end of May

Residents in Nova Scotia are going to the polls on May 30. Premier Stephen McNeil met with Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant on April 30, asking him to dissolve the government and call a general election. In Colchester...

Classes cancelled Friday as teachers hit picket line

It's a five-day weekend for students in the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board. With winter weather cancelling school on Thursday, the students will continue with their weekend on Friday. The Nova Scotia Teachers Union announced a...
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Opening of new school pushed to 2018

The opening of the new Tatamagouche Regional Academy has been pushed back a few months. The school was originally slated to open in September, however Brian Taylor, media relations advisor for the province’s Department of...

Taylor seeking PC nomination for Colchester North

A Colchester County business woman has thrown her name into the ring for the PC party nomination for Colchester North. Rebecca Taylor hopes her experience – in business, community service, and government – will help...