LETTER: Paying the price for our lavish lifestyles
LETTER: Hold that burger
Liberal minority reveals a country divided; experts say Atlantic ...
Jack Harris unseats Liberal Nick Whalen in St. John’s East
O’Regan reclaims St. John’s South-Mount Pearl
Nick Whalen gracious in loss of St. John’s East seat
Gudie Hutchings keeps Long Range Mountains for Federal Liberals
Yvonne Jones threepeats in Labrador
Scott Simms has central Newfoundland seeing red
Excellence in business awards presented by Cape Breton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Botwood hosting oil and gas seminar next week
Crémaillère Harbour marine port development awaits Crown land access
Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show 2020 event postponed
C-NLOPB monitoring Suncor investigation into FPSO incident
Cape Breton's Mercer family 'take one for the team' with station closure
It’s a Shore Thing
For Tessa Adams, opening her own arts and crafts store in Liverpool, was the “shore thing” to do. Adams has always been artistic and creative. Even while she was a Grade 1 and 2 classroom teacher in the Halifax region, she still found ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Even McDonald's can't ignore the data behind plant-based burgers
When McDonald’s makes a move, everyone pays attention. That’s just the way things are in the food service industry. For months, rumors were swirling around McDonald’s and when they would launch a plant-based product. We now know ...
A later ‘vibe’ on Sydney's Charlotte Street
Nagy Abdou is looking to be part of the change to get a new “vibe” happening in downtown Sydney. The entrepreneur is the managing partner of the newly opened 7 by 7 restaurant and The Parlour Sweet House on Charlotte Street. Housed ...
ECO-TOURISM: Running off the grid in Cape Breton
It’s part practicality mixed with a measure of self-sufficiency. Off-grid camping and glamping is becoming more popular as people look to get back to basics as much as they can during a holiday or weekend getaway. The dream of opening ...
Two St. John's restaurants among Canadian top 50 for vegetarians
St. John's restaurants Piatto Pizzeria Midtown and EVOO in the Courtyard were two of 50 restaurants named to OpenTable's list of Best Restaurants for Vegetarians in Canada for 2019 released today, World Vegetarian Day. According to ...
Selling Cape Breton to the world one click at a time
The Cape Breton Partnership will be looking to piggyback on the worldwide attention afforded to the Farmer’s Daughter in 2016 as the organization launches a website marketing Cape Breton as a place to live, work and study. The Farmer’s ...
COMMENTARY: When talking about affordability, don’t forget people need to eat
One of the main issues shaping Canada’s 43rd federal election is affordability. It has repeatedly been a top issue of concern for Canadians across opinion polls and it is said to be one of the defining issues that will determine who wins. It ...
Growing turnips to pot, it’s all just plants
Edwin Jewell knows how to grow. The Prince Edward Island agriculturist was raised on a vegetable farm on the outskirts of Charlottetown. After graduating from Charlottetown Rural High School, he worked alongside his father and two brothers ...
COMMENTARY: Keeping kosher and trusting that it stays that way
Canada’s largest kosher meat plants have had their licenses suspended, as we have recently learned from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). Ryding-Regency Meat Packers, a Toronto-based company, has been in operation since 1983. This, of ...
Sydney business landmark comes down
The former Schwartz Furniture store building at 325 Vulcan Ave. in Sydney is being torn down this week. In recent years it was also the home of a women's gym, a call centre and the Sydney flea market. Westco Sydney Inc., owned by U.S.-based ...