Wednesday, September 20, 2017


PETIT DE GRAT: Government is supporting an active transportation project in Petit de Grat that will make it easier and safer for residents to walk or bike along Route 206. Energy Minister Michel Samson announced funding of $50,000 on October...
PORT HASTINGS: Each October, school communities focus on the history, culture and achievements of the Mi’kmaq community. This is also an opportune time to reflect on the contributions and traditions of the Mi’kmaq community. The theme of Mi’kmaq History Month...
ANTIGONISH: A new chapter in the storied history of Mount Saint Bernard Residence (MSB) opened on campus on September 29 when a large crowd gathered in the MSB courtyard for the official reopening ceremony. “It’s an absolute joy that these historic...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia will soon be hiring 22 nurse practitioners and family practice nurses, with seven of those positions going to Cape Breton. Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Michel Samson MLA is pleased that over 4,300 Cape Bretoners will be able to...
L’ARDOISE: The team at the Dr. Kingston Memorial Community Health Centre is pleased to welcome Denise Martell as coordinator for prevention of senior abuse and victimization. A native of Richmond County, Martell returns as a seasoned public relations practitioner of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Ninety local service providers gathered in Port Hawkesbury on October 3 to learn more about how to support victims and survivors of sexual violence. Seeking Safety is a counselling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or...
Photo by Grant McDaniel Lori Castle, representing the Naomi Society, chats with NSCC faculty member Francis Coady last Wednesday at the health fair. The Naomi Society is a broad-based community organization that preserves and promotes the safety, dignity and human...
Photo by Adam Cooke Students from Grades 4-6 at East Antigonish Education Centre and Academy in Monastery gave a demonstration of Mi’kmaq drumming, dancing and singing, as the Strait regional school board celebrated Mi’kmaq History Month at the beginning of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: How communities are planned and designed directly impacts local environments and health. Walking is the most accessible form of active transportation for the average person of any age, yet Nova Scotia’s communities have a considerable need for improving...
Photo by Adam Cooke (From the left): Strait regional school board (SRSB) superintendent of schools Ford Rice, board chair Francine Boudreau, board vice-chair Jamie Samson and West Guysborough representative Mallori Nickerson were among those who participated in a smudging ceremony...
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