Sunday, October 20, 2019

Port Hawkesbury woman charged following drug search

PORT HAWKESURY: The RCMP has laid charges after the search of a home and subsequent seizure of hydromorphone and dextroamphetamine. On July...

Big third period for Strait Pirates

PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a Thanksgiving Day trip to Sackville that was lean on points but, given a mighty third period, Pirate coach Taylor...

Tough schedule doing no favours for Cape Breton West

PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders spent their second consecutive weekend without a win last Saturday and Sunday when hosting the Cole Harbour...

No arrests, no ID one year after Cassidy Bernard’s murder

WE’KOQMA’Q: Cassidy Jean Bernard was killed inside her We’koqma’q First Nation home almost a year ago, but the person responsible is still at large...

Nova Scotia Power and Port Hawkesbury Paper make ‘unique’ proposal

POINT TUPPER: Two of the region’s largest employers want regulators to approve a “very unique” tarriff agreement. Nova Scotia Power...

‘Ashley Plays Favourites’

Photos by Mary Hankey -- Deemed the newest powerhouse of Route 19 by Ashley MacIsaac himself, Joe MacMaster took command of the stage with his fiddle playing. It...

‘Community Ceilidh at the Causeway’

Photos by Mary Hankey -- Stepdancer Walter Koenig from Carmel Valley, California took to the floor for a few steps at the “Community Ceilidh at the Causeway” on...

‘This is Howie Do It’

Photos by Mary Hankey -- The audience were treated to a square set on stage at the Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou during the “This is Howie...

‘A Good D’Escousse for a Party’

Photos by Dana MacPhail-Touesnard -- Fiddle and harp duo Jenna Moynihan (fiddle) and Mairi Chaimbeul - from Boston, Massachusetts - made their Celtic Colours debut in D’Escousse on...

Strait area students receive energy scholarships and innovation grants

HALIFAX: Twenty Nova Scotia students have earned the Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Scholarship, or the Energy Innovation Grant, which support their pursuit of energy-related studies at post-secondary institutions. Eight...

Adults and youth talk about staying safe on-line

ANTIGONISH: Both youth and adults in the community are concerned about the on-line world. Young people try to find ways to engage in on-line spaces safely, creatively, and...

Cadet Day recognized by Town of Antigonish

Photos by Drake Lowthers -- Antigonish Mayor Laurie Boucher (left) chats wth members of the local cadet corps during the Cadet Day flag raising last week.

Strait area students honoured during Treaty Day celebrations

HALIFAX: Treaty Day celebrations were held on October 1 to honour the historic relationship and the important contribution of the Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia. Haley Paul of Paq’tnkek...

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