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WESTVILLE: Bailey MacKinnon is going to Kick it With Kissel. The 19-year-old Westville singer will be the opening act for Brett Kissel on his “Ice, Snow & 30 Below Tour” which will make its way to the Port Hawkesbury Civic...
By: Marjorie Simmins TORONTO: Sometimes people have to travel far from their place of origin, to know what they’ve been given. For award-winning journalist and author Linden MacIntrye, who has lived most of his adult in Ontario, Cape Breton Island remains...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Town of Port Hawkesbury is hoping to bring new life to an empty structure on Granville Street while providing new cultural opportunities within the community. The town has been working in partnership with the Cape Breton Centre...
HALIFAX: Two sisters are trying to help others though art. Patricia and Primrose Chareka are hoping to use some of the funds raised through selling prints to set up affordable housing for youth coming out of the foster system. The...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Congratulations to Strait regional school board (SRSB) Math Mentors Jennifer Dwyer and Amanda MacDougall who have now added published authors to their professional credentials! The two books, Hockey Homework written by Dwyer and Money Jar written by MacDougall,...
HALIFAX: The MLA for Cape Breton-Richmond was proud to accept two awards on behalf of her son during a ceremony last week in Halifax. Nova Scotia Lieutenant-Governor Arthur LeBlanc presented the Nova Scotia Talent Trust’s Shelagh MacKenzie Award and the...
ISLE MADAME: A new book offers insight into the history of a local community. Local author Gabriel LeBlanc launched his new book, Mon Isle Madame, at Centre La Picasse in Petit de Grat on January 17. LeBlanc, who describes himself as...
ARICHAT: Three years after entering Nova Scotia’s Country Music Hall of Fame and a dozen years after his last trip to the recording studio, Isle Madame native Robert Bouchard is criss-crossing Cape Breton and northeastern Nova Scotia to promote...
CHATEAUGUAY: A former resident and his two daughters made a bit of a splash on the airwaves last month. Clarence Digout, formerly of St. Peter’s and now living in Chateauguay, Quebec, recently appeared on Breakfast Television Montreal with daughters Eva...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local author gave fans a taste of his latest work last week. Duncan MacMaster offered a reading of his book, A Mint Condition Corpse, at the Port Hawkesbury Library on December 7. A Mint Condition Corpse is a...
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