NB lab, Daybreak centre getting back on feet after fire

SACKVILLE, N.B. – As the ashes settle from a devastating fire that destroyed a commercial building on Queens Road last month, the tenants are picking up the pieces and working to restore their operations...
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Caesars Windsor seeks resolution

Caesars Windsor is a casino in Ontario, Canada. It is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the area attracting over six million visitors per year. More than two thousand of its employees went...

Nova Scotia stokes industry frustration with e-cigarette legislation

John Haste of the Electronic Cigarette Trade Association, a national organization representing retailers and manufacturers of liquid e-cigarettes, called Health Minister Leo Glavine's crackdown a 'knee-jerk' reaction based on incomplete science. - Concerns over potential...

Controversy not behind launch delay, says East Coast Airways

— East Coast Airways is reporting that the scheduled takeoff of its new regional airline service has been delayed over a paperwork issue, not because of the recent controversy surrounding the company’s president. Planes...

Halifax youth group competeting to win 3D printer

HALIFAX - A group of Halifax-area youth is hoping to win a 3D printer to make their technology dreams come to life. Cat Adalay of St. Margarets Bay began The Creator Program this May in...

CNN In Cape Breton

SYDNEY — The international spotlight continues to shine on Cape Breton with one of America's most renowned news networks the latest to turn its attention here. CNN correspondent Paula Newton, accompanied by a camera crew,...

Hygge or Nesting – The Satisfaction Of Staying In Has Gained Premium Membership In...

In an apparent backlash to the business of modern life, 'staying in' has become the new 'going out' in many ways. But it’s more than just a reverse phenomenon - according to the American...
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