Chamber vision is a collaborative, connected and thriving business community

The Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to business growth in our communities, providing opportunities for its members to be collaborative, connected...

A memorable experience

On Sept. 23 I experienced my first truck convoy. I am sure your first reaction is to chuckle, I know mine was, visions of Smokey...

Election intrigue

In what was the worst kept secret, Nova Scotians are returning to the polls on May 30. For some, the election means nothing because they...

Civic square project will be redefining

In just a few short weeks, the activity around what is now the former Truro library will be hard to miss. Books, equipment and...

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...

The importance of emergency preparedness for business

Hurricanes, earthquakes, flooding, power outages, fires, I.T. security issues, crime, and terrorism have all been recent headline news. It may feel like these issues “don’t...

There’s news beyond the elbow

Apparently, the only thing of any meaningful and noteworthy nature that happened recently, is that one Canadian who should have known better did something...

A romantic farewell – 73 years ago

I was looking at a little black book the other day. It is my precious diary I kept during World War II. You weren’t...
Living Your Bliss with Sam Madore

Patting yourself on the back

I have a problem. It’s called self-doubt. On especially bad days, it’s partnered with ‘only dwelling on the negative when there is oh-so-much positive...
Living Your Bliss with Sam Madore

Taking it outside

When you take on a position with your town’s parks, recreation and culture department, there is a certain unwritten expectation that you should be...


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