Healthy eating made easy

Do your eating habits need a makeover? Despite our good intentions, there are times we all get off track. At Sobeys, we’re proud to offer our customers the healthy groceries options needed to help make a diet refresh easy and enjoyable. To refresh your diet, simply start with the three E’s: Early Eat early. Breakfast...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Crew downs aging poplar

PICTOU – It’s time for a giant poplar tree on Prince Street to come down. Jay Fulton and a colleague arrived on Wednesday morning to begin the process of surgically removing the tree, which has showed signs that it should be removed. “We’ll take it down in pieces,” said Fulton, who has been doing this...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Tiaras and Ties to mark BIG 40th celebration

For Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pictou County, 40 years does not seem that long. This year, they are celebrating their 40th anniversary of serving children and youth through mentoring programs and are kicking off the year of celebration with their signature event, Bowl for Kids Sake. Margie Grant-Walsh, executive director says, “For an event...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Y’s child care work continues

NEW GLASGOW — Work has gone inside in an effort to complete construction of the Pictou County YMCA’s new child care centre. It is expected to open later this winter on the site of the original Brown School on the corner of Mountain Road and High Street. Samantha MacDonald, the Y’s director of child care,...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

PLFN chief “frustrated” with mill’s winterization process

PICTOU LANDING FIRST NATION — Chief Andrea Paul says that Pictou Landing First Nation has not agreed to allow Northern Pulp to keep using the Boat Harbour treatment facility after January 31, 2020 and she is not sure what is happening with Northern Pulp’s plans to winterize the mill. Last week, Northern Pulp announced it...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Learning abroad

PICTOU — A Pictou Academy student is taking a special trip to Mexico in March. Katrina Bate, who is in Grade 11, is among 21 students travelling to the state of Campeche from March 6 to 21 as part of the Nova Scotia-Campeche International Learning Camp and service learning project for 2020. She is among...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Police remind drivers they can be fined not clearing vehicle of snow

As snow continues to fall across the province, New Glasgow Regional Police are reminding motorists to clear your vehicle from ice and snow.  NGR Police officers on patrol Monday, after the Sunday snowstorm, noticed a vehicle with a driver who had failed to remove ice and snow from his vehicle.  Const. Ken MacDonald said, “Ice...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading
RCMP police

Man stabbed in Priestville

PRIESTVILLE – Police are investigating an assault with a weapon that occurred early Saturday morning. At approximately 5:45 a.m., officers from Pictou District RCMP responded to a report of a stabbing at a residence on Priestville Loop, in Priestville. A preliminary investigation has determined that an altercation occurred between two men known to each other...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading
community news

Community meeting at NNEC to decide skilled trades

It has recently been announced that North Nova Education Centre will become a Skilled Trades site in the next year or two.    North Nova is thrilled by this news, as it will increase the opportunities we are able to offer our students.    “There is a lot of excitement here at North Nova as...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading

Car crash at roundabout

PICTOU – Traffic at the new roundabout in Pictou was briefly stalled after a car suffered damage as it ran up onto the curb and struck a sign as its driver lost control while attempting to leave town. The small sedan sustained damage to its front left corner after sliding in slippery snow along the...

A subscription is required to access this section of the website

To become a print subscriber, phone our office at 902-485-8014

To subscribe to the web version click here

Thank you for supporting democracy, journalism and jobs in our community

Log In Register

Continue Reading