Promoting four seasons of flavours in Nova Scotia

From apples to wild blueberries, dairy to wine, and beef to seafood, Atlantic Canada’s food and beverage sector is an important contributor to the economy, generating more than $6.6 billion in revenues each year while feeding people worldwide. It is also a growing segment of Canada’s tourism sector, which creates good jobs for middle class...

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Trudeaumania – again

NEW GLASGOW – More than 2,000 people experienced the renaissance of Trudeaumania on Tuesday at Glasgow Square. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wowed the crowd as it crushed around him and Central Nova MP Sean Fraser for greetings and the ever-growing phenomenon of cellphone selfies that Trudeau has always welcomed since he entered politics. Trudeau arrived...

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Business coming to town and bringing jobs

NEW GLASGOW – Web.com Canada, Inc., New Glasgow has arrived. The company announced on Monday it would be locating in the former Convergys facility at the Aberdeen Business Centre. It will begin a three-day job fair on Tuesday 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday at Nova...

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Councillors did their jobs of bringing vote forward

To the Editor: On May 28 the people of Pictou County spoke loud and clear when they voted NO to amalgamation. Notwithstanding the outcome,  councils’ members worked tirelessly for two years to bring an option forward upon which we could debate and eventually cast our vote. The professional study results suggested that amalgamating could impact...

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