Website Information

Brunswick News Interactive strives to consistently provide a quality web site with as few technical limitations as is reasonable. Whenever specific software or standards are required to experience this site, we attempt to advise visitors how they may meet this standard free of charge, whenever possible.

Brunswick News Interactive reviews the design and features of this site in order to take advantage of new standards that may provide a superior experience for our visitors and advertisers. If at any time you have a question regarding the sites design, development, or requirements you may contact our IT support team and we would be pleased to help.

Feature Support Diagnosis

Visitors who are using incompatible or out of date technology may experience problems viewing this site. If your diagnostic results below do not pass, you may need to follow the presented recommendations to access this site properly.

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    AJAX
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  • Cookies
    Not Tested
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    Browser
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    Resolution
    Not Tested
  • Not Tested
    Flash
    Not Tested

NOTE: A green checkmark next to a feature indicates your current browser supports this.

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RECOMMENDATIONS

Your browser should be upgraded to ensure the best experience. See the information below to upgrade to a supported browser...

Enabled JavaScript is a minimum requirement for viewing content on this site and utilizing its features. To enable JavaScript:

Firefox (3.6) Users
  1. On the Tools menu, click Options
  2. Click Content in the Options list
  3. Under the Content section, check the box next to Enable JavaScript
  4. Click the Advanced button to open the Advanced JavaScript Options box
  5. Check the boxes under Allow scripts to section that you want to allow
  6. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Mozilla Firefox click here.

Chrome (5.0) Users
  1. Select Tools > Options
  2. Click on the Site Controls tab
  3. Check the Enable JavaScript box
  4. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Google Chrome click here.

Internet Explorer (7.0) Users
  1. Select Tools > Internet Options
  2. Click on the Security tab
  3. Click the Custom Level button
  4. Scroll down till you see section labeled Scripting
  5. Under Active Scripting, select Enable and click OK
  6. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Micrsoft Internet Explorer click here.

Safari (4.0) Users
  1. Select Edit (Windows) or Safari (MacIntosh) > Preferences
  2. Choose Security
  3. Select the checkbox next to Enable JavaScript
  4. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Apple Safari click here.

Opera (10.0) Users
  1. Select Tools > Preferences
  2. Click on the Advanced tab
  3. Click the Custom Level button
  4. Select Content from the options appearing on the left
  5. Check the Enable JavaScript box
  6. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Opera Browser click here.

Camino (2.0) Users
  1. Select Camino > Preferences
  2. Click on the Web Features tab
  3. Check the Enable JavaScript box
  4. Close the window and reload the page

For help with another version of Camino click here.

Supported Browsers

This web site is tested on a variety of browsers and operating systems. Testing is performed in an attempt to ensure maximum compatibility with as many visitor configurations as possible. If you are experiencing problems viewing the site, please make sure that you have an up to date version of any of the supported browsers below:

Mozilla Firefox
v3.6+
Google Chrome
v5.0+
Apple Safari
v4.0+
Opera Browser
v10.0+
Camino Browser
v1.6+

Supported Devices

  • Desktop (OS)

  • PC
    PC
  • Mac
    Mac
  • Linux
    Linux
  • RECOMMENDATION: Use the FULL Version of the newspaper's website online.

  • Tablets

    • iPad
      iPad
    • Galaxy
      Galaxy
    • e-Reader
      e-Reader
    • Kindle
      Kindle
    • Kobo
      Kodo
    • Nook
      Nook

    RECOMMENDATION: Use the E-EDITION of the newspaper, online or offline for your convenience.

  • Mobile Devices

    • iPhone
      iPhone
    • Android
      Android
    • Blackbery
      Blackberry
    • Windows
      Windows Phone
    • Mobile
      Mobile Phones

    RECOMMENDATION: Use the MOBILE Version of the newspaper's website online.

  • Print

    Prefer having a physical copy of the newspaper you can hold, pickup and look through at your own pace? Miss the good old simple way to read the news, before all this technology got in the way? Our delivery service is probably best for you.

Suggested Internet Connection

This site has been designed for broadband internet users. Users connecting to the site through a properly configured DSL or cable connection should find the site loads quickly. Dial up internet users may experience load delays, especially during peak traffic times.

Users utilizing a satellite or other remote internet connection method may wish to contact their service provider for help if they experience prolonged periods of unusually slow access.

You may test your speed below, using a free Upload/Download check from SpeedTest.net:

Speedtest.net Mini requires at least version 8 of Flash. Please update your client.

Standards Statement

This web site is committed to achieving compliance with web standards initiatives advocated by the World Wide Web Consortium. This site has been designed to adhere to the latest W3C standards and related recommendations, including HTML 5, XML 1.0, CSS 2.0 and the W3C Mobile Web Initiative.

This site attempts to adhere, whenever possible, to practices and recommendations which improve the accessibility of this site for the visually impaired.

If you have a question or comment regarding this site and Brunswick News Interactive's commitment to development standards you may contact our IT support team.

Development Credits

This site has been developed by Brunswick News Interactive, a division of Brunswick News Interactive. Some sections of the site have been developed by second and third party developers and are acknowledged on those sites.

Content appearing on the site has been provided by Brunswick News Interactive.'s media holdings, including daily and weekly newspapers throughout Atlantic Canada. In some cases the site also draws upon content provided by and credited to third parties.

Special thanks to jQuery and jQuery Mobile projects for their innovative approach to cross-browser Javascript coding, used throughout the full and mobile versions of the website.

Some icons appearing on this site were graciously provided by Mark James.

The sites overall design, logos, individual features and site content is protected by our Copyright Policy.

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