Saturday, December 15, 2018
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...
DUNDEE: The Municipality of the County of Richmond showed off new roadside signage and unveiled other items of good news during its annual business dinner. Held at the Dundee Resort on October 22, the event was hosted by the Cape...
IRON MINES: L’Arche Cape Breton proudly announced the grand opening of their long-awaited and fully accessible Gathering Place during a ceremony in front of a full-house of 200 people on October 23. Josie MacEachern, L’Arche Cape Breton development coordinator, said...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Marking the beginning of the Destination Reeves Street plan for active transportation, a new bridge has been installed to create a complete street, which will see Reeves Street transformed to a street for people and all the...
Raissa Tetanish Editor Tatamagouche Light, Hub Now HALIFAX: With almost 150 vacancies for family physicians and specialists in the province, the senior director in charge at the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) is concerned. But Grayson Fulmer said recruitment efforts are coming together...
PORT HAWKESBURY: As part of Nova Scotia’s commitment to recognize accessibility as a human right, reachAbility hosted an information session helping local businesses develop their disability standards. Amanda Grinter, program coordinator with reachAbility, said society needs to start replacing the...
ANTIGONISH: Colleen Cameron becomes emotional talking about finally reaching this extraordinary day. The Chair of the Antigonish Affordable Housing Society (AAHS) said it’s absolutely phenomenal and unbelievable to be officially opening Phase 2 of Riverside Estates, a multi-family complex on...
MABOU: The Inverness Hospital Auxiliary received more than $14,000 from the 100 Women Who Care Rural Cape Breton Chapter last week. On October 18, the local chapterhosted its second annual meeting at the Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou. Despite...
STRAIT AREA: A long anticipated milestone has arrived. Today, Canada becomes the first G7 nation to legalize the use of cannabis for recreational purposes, and in Nova Scotia 12 Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) outlets, including Antigonish, will provide cannabis. The...
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