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VIDEO ADVERTORIAL: Get your little one interested in music at Joyful Sounds Music Studio

The following is a paid-for video advertorial from Joyful Sounds Music Studio in Fall River. https://youtu.be/x-ID1dwhdFg Check out their Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/joyfulsoundsmusicstudio Their website can be found at: https://joyfulsounds.ca Video shot and edited by Dagley Media. Interviewer –...

Continuing to grow: Journey to Wellness celebrates 12 years in Fall River

FALL RIVER: What started out as personal training, boot camps and mom and baby fitness classes in 2009, has blossomed into a busy full-time business that Deborah Peddle-Hann continues to have a passion for—even...

PHOTOS: Lots of fun had at FRABA’s annual golf tournament

OAKFIELD: It was a fun day for all at the annual Fall River and Area Business Association golf tournament, held on Oct. 7 at Oakfield Golf and Country Club. Several members of FRABA took part...

Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook candidates forum: Call for questions

WINDSOR JUNCTION/PRESTON/CHEZZETCOOK: The Laker News is teaming with the Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) once again to bring you a Candidates Forum--this time for the upcoming federal election. The Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook federal candidates forum,...

Making the most of her opportunity: McNeil starts Golden Living to enrich lives of...

ADVERTORIAL: FALL RIVER: While COVID-19 brought sadness and stress for many business owners, it brought about an opportunity for Camryn McNeil to turn a little dream, into reality. McNeil started up Golden Living – Senior Lifestyle Support, with an aim to support seniors...

COLUMN: Six low cost ways to make your home or business more accessible

by Joni Snair, PT, Founder/Owner & Physiotherapist, Safe at Home Physiotherapy It’s National Accessibility Week and I want to challenge you to think outside the box. Accessibility means that your home, workplace, stores, parks, websites...

Province strengthens support for restaurant and bar industry

MAIN PHOTO: Premier Iain Rankin met representatives of the food and beverage sector during a video conference on May 26, (Communications N.S. Photo) EAST HANTS/FALL RIVER: The Nova Scotia government is amending the Liquor Licensing...

Gilby’s acquires two HRM-area septic service companies

ELMSDALE: Two companies that have more than 25 years in the septic services industry are joining to become one. In a post on its Facebook page, Gilby Construction and owner Ritchie Gilby have announced they...

COVID19: N.S. announce increase in support for small businesses

EAST HANTS/BEAVER BANK: The Nova Scotia government is investing $17.2 million more in the Small Business Impact Grant Part 3 program to support small businesses affected by the ongoing provincial COVID-19 restrictions. The province will...

Province announces business supports for those hit hard by COVID19 pandemic

HALIFAX: The Rankin government announced May 4, more than $12 million in additional support for Nova Scotia businesses hit hard by the pandemic and facing province-wide restrictions as a result of a third wave. Three...
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