Thursday, October 17, 2019

Town councillors air issues with Exit 40 intersection

MULGRAVE: Town officials believe the near misses will eventually become a significant problem at Exit 40 along Highway 104, if something isn’t done soon.

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...

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...

MacMaster tables road petition

HALIFAX: The MLA for Inverness said he’s done his best to send a message from the people of Margaree to the provincial government.

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...

Richmond County ‘Walk to Remember’ October 19 in Arichat

ARICHAT: Parents and families can support pregnancy and infant loss through the annual Richmond County Walk to Remember. Every day, a family in Nova Scotia experiences the...

Ridings to Watch: Cape Breton-Canso | CPAC

As part of CPAC’s Vote 2019 election coverage, it has several teams on the road, travelling the country to gather information on over 40 key strategic ridings. They are speaking to candidates, examining issues, and finding out what is preoccupying voters.

Labour for land ad leads to marketing campaign

SYDNEY: It started out as a unique way to recruit employees to work at a general store in Whycocomagh. Today, it’s led to an inbound marketing campaign and launch of to...

The Reporter’s annual Seniors Expo

Photos by Mary Hankey -- Cheryl and Norma from the East Coast Credit Union informed seniors on the different options available to them at the Seniors Expo at...


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Are we prepared for what’s coming?

The better you are prepared, the better chance you will have of staying on top of everything that is coming your way, has...




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