Tuesday, December 11, 2018
PORT HASTINGS: Four weeks after the loss of a local Indigenous woman, family, friends and community members across Cape Breton Island marched together in solidarity across the Canso Causeway last Wednesday. More than 400 demonstrators gathered on the Cape Breton...
ANTIGONISH: A year after receiving federal funding through the Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS), a local project is aiming to ‘open any door’ in addressing homelessness throughout Antigonish and Guysborough counties. A Roof Over Your Head (AROYH), which currently operates as...
STRAIT AREA: A group of residents concerned about the state of health care in Cape Breton held a protest late last week. On November 16, Capers 4 Healthcare marched across the Canso Causeway just before noon. The group was scheduled...
ARICHAT: The family of a young man who succumbed to cancer only a year ago has turned its grief into giving. The family of the late Jason Marryatt recently completed a toy drive in which they collected six large bins...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A Port Hawkesbury resident who practiced law in the community for over four decades is being recognized this month. On November 23, the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society will present its 2018 Distinguished Service Award to recently retired Port...
ANTIGONISH: The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) welcomed residents to the first of two open houses for the twinning project of Highway 104. Held on November 6 at StFX, the open house provided information to the general public...
ANTIGONISH: A new 100-unit state-of-the-art retirement community has officially opened its doors in the established Mount Cameron neighbourhood of Antigonish, known for ocean vistas and easy access to the nearby network of nature trails. The Maples Retirement Living opened its...
ANTIGONISH: Representatives from the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) held a conversation in Antigonish last Wednesday to share information about collaborative family practice teams, hear participants’ thoughts, and learn what they need to know to make these teams a...
PORT HOOD: “Has anyone here seen the ghost ship? Or the burning ship?” That question was asked by Cathy Gillies, an expert on local history, as she stood before a crowd of visitors to the Chestico Museum. The discussion of the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A community think tank hosted a discussion last week and released recommendations on ways to bring more affordable housing to the Strait area. The Town of Port Hawkesbury and the Municipality of the County of Richmond partnered with...
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