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VIDEO: Lanes at Membertou reopen for the first time in almost a year
A year without bowling hurt more than consecutive gutter balls for members of the Bell Aliant All-stars who have been meeting for weekly games for several years now. Splits, spares and strikes highlighted their return to action on Wednesday as ...
Precipitation, not pandemic to determine success of Cape Breton winter tourism
On a snow-filled weekend, recreational snowmobilers will make Big Intervale Fishing Lodge one of many stops along their winter tour of the Cape Breton Highlands. A meal and conversation at the Margaree mainstay for winter tourism is often followed ...
Newfoundland offshore drilling projects get federal approval to proceed following environmental assessments
A trio of Newfoundland offshore drilling projects have moved a step closer to the exploration phase following the completion of federally-mandated environmental assessments. In a news release issued Tuesday, the federal government confirmed the ...
Construction of luxury villas underway in Inverness
The ground has been broken on eight luxury villas adjacent to the world-renowned Cabot Cliffs golf course overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence, each valued at more than $2 million. Five of eight luxury villas ranging in price from $2.085 ...
Equinor shifts focus to Newfoundland offshore projects, closes Calgary office to start off 2021
Equinor is starting off 2021 on a new foot compared to the previous year, having shifted its entire Canadian operation to the East Coast. The Norwegian company closed its Calgary office at the start of the new year, a move first announced last ...
Dartmouth's Fairley and Stevens Ford dealership sold
John Smith traded in his Mazda CX-9 for a Ford Expedition on Wednesday. Gotta support the team. On the heels of selling Mazda dealerships in New Glasgow and Moncton, Smith this week took possession of the Fairley and Stevens Ford ...
Behind the business: COVID challenges don’t affect passion for dentistry in Yarmouth office
COVID has been difficult for everyone and pandemic protocols that businesses have had to implement have been a challenge, although partners at a dentist office in Yarmouth say no active cases in this end of the province certainly has made it less ...
Lobster losses: Interruption in Digby ferry service worries seafood shippers
To say Port LaTour trucker Brian Reynolds was unimpressed when he received notice in early January that the Digby ferry would be out of service between Jan. 24 to Feb. 21 would be an understatement. “They come here in October, the Bay ...
Yarmouth’s Heritage Brewery surging forward into the future
Who would have known that a couple of friends getting together to brew beer would turn into an ever-growing business on Yarmouth’s Main Street? Such was the case with Jason Murphy, Albert Whittaker, Drew Jackson and Jeff ...
'Give your children a hug from me and tell them I’m sorry': Newfoundland amusement park owner announces closure
Axtion owner Ross Squires addressed children directly at one point in a Facebook video he shared Tuesday evening announcing the impending closure of the St. John's indoor amusement park. "To all the kids who have come to Axtion and have ...