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Dangers of genetically engineered foods highlights of Canadian Tour

Friday   Apr 25    7:00pm-9:00pm  -  Mahone Bay Centre

Bill LeBlanc coming to Sea Dog

Bill LeBlanc is a piano player and vocalist with 30 plus years experience in music in the Yarmouth area and Southwest Nova and he is bring his solo show to the Sea Dog for the Friday Night Hootenanny on April 25. 

Boston TV market "bull's eye" for Nova Star marketing

The ferry operator and the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency will focus on the city’s big television market, as well as its Red Sox fan base.

Harbourside tenants living the good life in Shelburne

It has been three weeks since tenants have begun moving into Harbourside Landing, the new seniors apartment complex overlooking Shelburne Harbour and folks who have chosen to live there could not be more pleased.

Keddy announces $91,000 federal funding for Shelburne County

Seniors in Shelburne County will soon have new opportunities to volunteer and take part in social activities in the community thanks federal funding announced by South Shore-St. Margarets MP Gerald Keddy in a news release Thursday.

The $91,000 in funding will benefit four communities along the South Shore:

Climate data project funded for phase two

Early investment interest from phase one

Churchill's pride - Ferry back in Yarmouth

After four years of pressing on every front imaginable for the return to Nova Scotia of the ferry service to and from New England, no one could have been more proud about the arrival in Yarmouth Tuesday of the Nova Star cruise ferry than Yarmouth MLA and Liberal minister Zack Churchill.

Doors Open at New Family Health Centre in Bridgewater

A new health centre in Bridgewater will make it easier for people in the area to get the care they need, according to a government news release Friday.

Opinion: Mapping Nova Scotia's future

A recent opinion piece by Iaian Archibald, “Let’s map our way to excellence,” has sparked much conversation surrounding the idea of using mapping as a method of distinguishing Nova Scotia and, in turn, move us toward economic sustainability.

Iaian makes a number of great points in his article, including that Nova Scotia is a special place and that Nova Scotia has many assets that it can leverage. But as Iaian also stresses, we have to understand our assets and allow that information to be used by our citizens, our visitors, and our private sector in order to make it truly useful.