Pandemic allowing War Amps to reach students in smaller communities

VALLEY – Local Grade 5 students had a lot of questions for Bob Maguire, a public awareness officer with War Amps.
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More than dozen Colchester schools to receive AEDs through provincial funding

TRURO – A total of 14 local schools will soon have an automated external defibrillator (AED) on site. The...

Municipality of Colchester seeking input for climate plan

TRURO – Community input will be integral to the success of the municipality’s new climate plan. The Municipality of...

Living the Natural Way: Lip balms: do you need them?

Even though we’ve had a few glimpses of spring, winter is not gone yet, and these sudden changes in temperature can affect...

Truro brothers curl with the best of the best at Briers

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Two Truro brothers had their curling dreams come true with a trip to the Canadian men's curling championship...
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Knowledge is power in Tick Awareness Month

To the Editor: March is Tick Awareness Month and this awareness program is in its sixth year.

SPCA receives proceeds from Truro poet’s book sales

TRURO - The Colchester SPCA received a special donation. Chad Norman, an author and poet living in Truro, stopped...

Mobile COVID-19 testing units in Stewiacke

STEWIACKE - Residents in the Stewiacke area have the opportunity this week to be tested for COVID-19. Public Health's...

Everyday Safety: Your car survival kit

I’ve been thinking about how to prepare for winter survival. While I was snowblowing my extra-long driveway recently, I...
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Snowmobiler seriously injured in Londonderry crash; airlifted to hospital

LONDONDERRY - A seriously-injured snowmobiler was airlifted to hospital on March 8 after a collision in Londonderry the night before.
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