Peaceful Places wins chamber’s Legacy Award

DEBERT - Cheryl Myers woke up one morning with an idea of what to when she retired. Last year, upon retirement, Myers created Peaceful Places...

Bible Hill’s GoodLeaf expanding to Ontario

GoodLeaf Community Farms may grow their leafy greens indoors, but the company is about to step outside — and halfway across the country —...
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Colchester, Cumberland businesses to benefit from marketing consultant

TRURO – The local economic network has received funding to create a regional tourism development and growth initiative. A...
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Entrepreneur mental health focus of recent study

It’s hard not to meet someone who has not been touched by mental illness. Among family, friends and co-workers, virtually everyone can share a...
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Make the extra effort to explore local offerings

My dad and stepmother recently visited some relatives in the community of River Hebert, Cumberland County. The recent closure of the local Co-op dominated...

Local chamber executive director receives national recognition

TRURO - The executive director of the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce has been honoured on the national stage. Sherry Martell was named the...
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Chamber addressing gap in tourism marketing and promotions

Tourism is one of the major economic drivers for this region accounting for more than 2,000 jobs directly related to the industry in accommodations,...

Chamber hosts discussion on cannabis in the workplace

TRURO - With recreational marijuana use legalized two months ago, businesses still have questions on usage in the workplace. The Truro and Colchester Chamber of...
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Business community to rally in support of economic development

TRURO: The Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce, supported by a group of business and community leaders, will be hosting an economic rally celebrating...
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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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