Wednesday, December 13, 2017


ANTIGONISH: Justice was the theme but everyone had a different take. Last week, StFX University teamed with the McKenna Centre for Leadership and The Xaverian Weekly to present the John C. Friel X Talk on Justice as part of the...
ANTIGONISH: A show of solidarity and unity, along with elements of defiance, unfolded at StFX University on Friday evening, six nights after violence at a Quebec City mosque took six lives and left 19 others injured. The auditorium at the...
EAST LAKE AINSLIE: The community turned out in full force over the weekend to celebrate the official launch of a new trail system that brings the Trans-Canada Trail (TCT) project nearly 50 kilometers closer to completion. The Bealach Breagha Trail,...
GUYSBOROUGH: Traditional African drumming and voices lifted into the air gave way to the unveiling of a unique community project, as the Strait regional school board (SRSB) celebrated African Heritage Month prior to its regular monthly board meeting on...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A cargo ship moored at this town’s Strait of Canso Superport Corporation (SCSC) pier for the past 14 months is ready for its final inspection but may still be “several weeks” from its formal departure, according to...
ARICHAT: Following a year that saw Richmond County officials wrestle with the proper means of releasing information to the public, Nova Scotia’s Information and Privacy Commissioner met with the county’s municipal council to outline their options. Catherine Tully addressed last...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Community members and former town council colleagues are still “in shock,” a week after giving their official farewell to former councillor, local businessman and long-time community volunteer Ken Anderson. A funeral service for Anderson took place at St....
PORT HAWKESBURY: Surrounded by the glowing candles of over 70 friends and supporters on a chilly Saturday evening on Reeves Street, SAERC student Mackenzie Chisholm recalled her mother’s struggle with depression and the impact this reality has had on...
ARICHAT; It's not every teenager in Nova Scotia who can say they have sailed aboard a tall ship in France and England but for Tim Wypper, the cadet program made it possible. Wypper, a Grade 11 student at Richmond Academy,...
PORT HASTINGS: Local schools have seen “a substantial jump” in the number of international students attending classes in the area, leaving the Strait regional school board (SRSB) with the highest year-over-year increase in the entire Nova Scotia International Students...
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