Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Photos by Drake Lowthers -- Port Hastings Fire Chief Jim Cavanugh participated in Port Hawkesbury’s McHappy Day on May 8, and was stationed at the restaurant’s second-window handing out meals to hungry individuals.
Contributed photos -- It was also the fourth year for RCSCC 355 Cape Breton to take part in the Cape Breton West Zone Marksmanship competition, this time in North Sydney involving Sea, Army and Air Cadets...
Photos by Grant McDaniel -- Carter Wilson was one of the students who put their best foot forward for the 19th annual Strait Regional Heritage Fair on April 3. Wilson researched the Second World War for...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University bestowed more than 900 degrees to students from all corners of the globe. StFX President Dr. Kent MacDonald extended his warmest welcome to all guests. Dr. MacDonald recalled meeting graduates the first day they...
DARTMOUTH: The Nova Scotia Nature Trust is pleased to announce its 2019 Connecting with Nature event series, sponsored by East Coast Credit Union, Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline, and Stewart McKelvey. This year offers eight different opportunities...
ANTIGONISH: The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society (AAHS) has received $40,400 from the Building Vibrant Communities Fund to support its efforts to create socially sustainable housing for people living on low incomes. The funding comes from the Department...
SYDNEY: The judges have made their choice, and the Seaside Communications/Seaside Wireless winners of the $1,000 donation to charity go to Kaitlin Burke and Ashleigh Rose Hanna. Burke chose the Cape Breton Cancer Patient Care Fund...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia’s Christmas tree growers will benefit from funding to strengthen their industry and help explore new export markets. Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell joined the Christmas Tree Council of Nova Scotia for the announcement on April...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Congratulations to the 10 students from Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre/Academy, Dr. J.H. Gillis Regional High School and SAERC who participated in the Nova Scotia Skills Competitions held at various campuses of the Nova Scotia Community College from...
HALIFAX: Twenty-four community organizations and groups are receiving grants to prevent domestic violence. “Domestic violence is a complex issue that affects too many Nova Scotians,” said Kelly Regan, Minister responsible for the Advisory Council on the Status...
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