Monday, October 15, 2018
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Rotary Club of Port Hawkesbury welcomed Food 4 Children Society representatives to its December 20 meeting. The Rotary Club presented the society with a $500 donation towards their ongoing work within Strait regional school board schools. This brought...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Richmond County Home Support Workers under the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU) partnered with Cape Breton Family Place Resource Centre in Inverness and Richmond counties with the "Sock it to Poverty" campaign. Employees collected and...
ANTIGONISH: St. Francis Xavier University announced a transformational $3 million endowment to establish a teaching and research chair in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility, named in honour of a longtime StFX professor and Antigonish resident. Dr. John T. Sears...
INVERNESS: The Inverness Hospital Foundation welcomed an early Christmas present to Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital (ICMH). Visiting specialist, Dr. Kate MacInnes, also the newest resident of East Lake Ainslie, just started her new Hematology practice in Cape Breton and will...
WAYCOBAH FIRST NATION: With Government of Canada support announced today by Rodger Cuzner, Member of Parliament for Cape Breton-Canso, the Waycobah First Nation is looking to up the ante on Cape Breton’s tourism draw by developing experiential tourism products...
ANTIGONISH: A group of health care volunteers that travels annually to Rwanda is making plans for their 2017 trip to the East African country. A Partnership in Caring Society (APICS) is pleased to announce nurse Lynn MacDonald and psychiatrist Dr....
ARICHAT: Pictured are graduates during a December 8 ceremony who completed the first ever 10-week Tourism Entrepreneurship/Business Preparedness course offered by the Isle Madame Tourism and Trade Association and the Department of and Labour and Advanced Education.
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