Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Feeling the handmade love

If you’ve only heard about spinning wheels in the context of Sleeping Beauty - when Princess Aurora pricks her finger and falls into a...
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Riverrun puts a fresh spin on golf

A round of golf can be a stress reliever if you’re familiar with the game, but it can have the opposite effect if you’re...

Awaiting final approval

TRURO - The Truro Herbal Company (THC) is one step closer to being the first facility in the province licensed to grow medicinal marijuana. Evan...
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A priority on tourism

Tourism continues to be a priority for the Truro and Colchester Chamber of Commerce. Once again this year, the chamber is supporting nine local Visitor...
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Value and the customer experience

In March, I wrote an article about traits successful businesses share. The focus was on innovation and efficiency. This time I’ll focus on value and...

TouchStart creating homes that run themselves

John Kennedy says the best moment of any job is handing his homeowners a slim remote - or their smartphone - and seeing their...

Poo Wizard cleaning up

When Todd Williams goes on duty, his job is to make sure his clients don’t need to pick up dooty. The lifelong animal lover saw...

A tough decision

DEBERT - A small community store owned for 96 years by three generations of the same family is set to close. Randy Barnhill made the bittersweet...
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A common goal

There was a true sense of unity on display at the Marigold Cultural Centre on June 23 as local municipalities, Millbrook First Nation, and...
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Focusing on mental health is good for business

In June, the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce heard from Stuart MacLean, CEO of the Worker’s Compensation Board of Nova Scotia, and Michael...

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