Friday, April 20, 2018


PORT HAWKESBURY: Members of the Port Hastings Historical Society are planning to spend time at the Port Hawkesbury Shopping Centre during February on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons with a sample of a few of the many collections in their...
PORT HAWKESBURY: the Inverness South chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada is now conducting their annual Red Ribbon Campaign, an annual Christmas-season initiative which is designed to raise awareness of the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Along with...
IRON MINES: For the past 24 summers, L’Arche Cape Breton has had the privilege of organizing the Ride the Wave summer program, which is a day camp for school-aged youth with intellectual disabilities. For the month of July, participants from...
HALIFAX: Before the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities annual conference in Halifax from November 29-December 2, the board of Strait Area Transit (SAT) put out an invitation to neighbouring municipalities to take a charter to the conference. SAT explained the...
WE’KOQMA’Q: The seventh Annual Ceremonial Review for RCSCC 355 Cape Breton was held at We’koqma’q School LHQ on May 15. Representatives from the Royal Canadian Legion, Nancy Turnbull and Ann MacIntosh; Cape Breton Navy League Division President Ben Haighway; Whycocomagh...
CANSO: On a wet and foggy afternoon, wreaths and flowers were removed from the Seamen’s Memorial in Canso and transported to Whitman’s Wharf by Lions Ray and Judy White of the Canso Lions Club. Area fishing and pleasure boats picked...
PAQTNKEK: This Mi’kmaw Nation near Antigonish has been awarded a financial performance certificate that puts it in the top 10 per cent of the best managed First Nations in Canada. The First Nations Financial Management Board, based in Vancouver, reviewed...
ST. PETER’S: A variety concert featuring several talented local musicians was held at the St. Peter’s Lions Hall on Sunday, September 24. This is the 10th year that the St. Peter’s Lions Club has organized this concert in support of...
HALIFAX: A new approach to connecting people from underrepresented groups to jobs in their field is having great success. The New Opportunities for Work program was co-developed in 2017 by the Centre for Employment Innovation with StFX University and community...
ANTIGONISH: St. Francis Xavier University recently welcomed its newest students. StFX President Dr. Kent MacDonald personally greeted incoming students and their families before registering and moving into a Student Services Showcase that includes information booths from departments across campus, food...
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