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WE’KOQMAQ: Michele Sylliboy wants people to know Mi’kmaq people have always had the hieroglyphic language. Sylliboy, an Aboriginal woman who was raised on unceeded territory in We’koqmaq First Nation, is launching her first book that blends her modern poetry, photography...
ANTIGONISH: Craft beer fans in Antigonish have something exciting to celebrate. Three local organizations – CACL Antigonish, Legion (Branch 59), and Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre – are collaborating in a unique partnership to co-host the inaugural Antigonish Craft Beer Festival...
SYDNEY: The 2019 Celtic Colours International Festival has announced the list of venues for this fall’s concerts, including a local addition. The new venues include the Louisdale Lions Club, which will join the ranks of long-time Celtic Colours venues like...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Chedabucto Place Association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a concert on Saturday, September 29 at 7 p.m., featuring the multi-award winning group The Good Brothers. In 1970, twin brothers Bruce and Brian Good of...
ST. PETER’S: It’s that time of the year again. Swim the Canal 2017 is set for the St. Peter’s Canal on August 6. This is the fourth year for this event, which continues to grow and draw in more people. Organizer...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Figures compiled by the Celtic Colours International Festival suggest that the Cape Breton-wide event is still growing within the Town of Port Hawkesbury, nearly two decades after the festival’s 1997 launch. Celtic Colours executive director Mike MacSween and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Following on the heels of two successful open houses earlier this spring, Cape Breton’s newest community theatre program is getting ready for its first official production. The Strait Area Theatre Society will hold its...
ANTIGONISH: Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre will open its 32nd season on July 10 with Ben Hur, a comedy of epic proportions. The play is a comic homage to the blockbuster Hollywood film based on the novel by...
HALIFAX: Book lovers in the Strait area can look forward to an evening of storytelling to ring in the holiday season. Several local authors will take part in a “Cape Breton Christmas Reading and Book Sale Party” on November 25...
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