Nova Scotia startup cracks the shell of traditional seafood industry
Innovation at every level of operations key to Verafin’s success
East Coast climate change researchers shaking things up
What if work wasn’t crazy?
Change is inevitable. Here's how you navigate it
Disruptive innovation is much more difficult than we think
Innovating in the fight against climate change
Every home in Nova Scotia should be tested for radon, says expert, as province adds more test kits
Nova Scotia adoptee welcomes consultation on opening up records
Grey Cup seats slowly filling up as kickoff approaches
Proposed St. John's development like ‘knocking down Cabot Tower’: historian
Fix the whole system, fix the ambulance problem, says Paramedic Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
Dartmouth man, New Waterford boy to be reunited on the runway
A Dartmouth man will be reunited with a young New Waterford boy Friday to relive a life-changing experience. Dimitri Neonakis, a businessman and pilot, hopes — weather permitting — to be taking Brett Costigan, 7, for a free airplane ...
Decline in student enrolment slowing in Cape Breton
While student numbers are continuing to decline at Cape Breton English-language schools, the speed of the decrease appears to be slowing. Under the Strait Regional Centre for Education, enrolment for the 2019-20 school year stands at 5,952. ...
Reorganization means dedicated eyes will be overseeing ACOA file
The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) will have a dedicated parliamentary secretary in the 43rd Canadian Parliament. Who that will be remains a mystery. Canada has six regional development agencies including ACOA, Western Economic ...
Young girl injured after being hit by truck in Louisbourg
Cape Breton Regional Police are investigating after a young girl was hit by a truck on Main Street in Louisbourg. Officers responded at approximately 4 p.m. Wednesday where an eight-year-old girl was being treated by paramedics after being struck ...
Nova Scotia's Bernadette Jordan has big election promise to deliver as federal fisheries minister
Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan says conservation is going to be a key priority in her new role as fisheries minister. Jordan was sworn into cabinet on Wednesday. She moves from her previous role as rural economic development minister — a ...
Parole board denies release of offender in Port Hawkesbury case
The Parole Board of Canada has ordered the continued detention of a New Glasgow man sentenced to 12 years in federal custody for a brutal sexual assault after deeming him a high risk to reoffend violently. Justin Christopher Miller, now 35, had ...
Fire department bringing Santa to kids in Glace Bay
When there’s a will there’s a way. As the dust settles from November’s Santa Claus parade controversy, a problem from last year that nearly saw the end of another community tradition has also been resolved. “Last year we ...
Greta Thunberg look-alike in 1898 Yukon gold rush photo has sparked time-travel conspiracies
A 120-year-old photograph of a girl digging for gold in Yukon has sparked online theories that Greta Thunberg might be a time traveller. The photograph, dated 1898, was sourced from the University of Washington library archives and ...
Is the bubonic plague making a comeback?
The year is 1347 and people’s necks are swelling, they’re running high fevers, parts of them are turning black, some are even dropping like flies and — wait, what? It’s not 1347? It’s not the Black Death ? No, it’s 2019 and people are ...
Canada companies' watchdog to press Trudeau for expanded powers
By Jeff Lewis OTTAWA (Reuters) - The government agency set up to investigate claims of human rights abuses by Canadian companies abroad wants expanded powers, the head of the watchdog said, setting up a clash with the mining industry which has fought ...