PORT HAWKESBURY: Clients and supporters of the Strait Area Women’s Place gathered on March 7 to celebrate International Women’s Day. With the 2019 theme of “Balance for Better” groups around the world celebrated the achievements of women and sought to...
KEMPT ROAD: Those behind a state-of-the art, multi-purpose facility in the heart of Richmond County are trying to get the word out. Rolf Bouman, founder/president of Canadian Pioneer Estates Ltd, who manages the Friends United Centre in Kempt Road, is...
ANTIGONISH: The work done by the Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre and Sexual Assault Services Association in the community will now expand across the province thanks to a contribution of $1 million from the federal government. On behalf of Ginette Petitpas...
ARICHAT: St. Anne Community and Nursing Care Centre in Arichat received a Canadian Forces Liaison Council Employer Recognition Award. Nova Scotia Lieutenant Governor and Isle Madame native Arthur LeBlanc made the presentation at Government House in Halifax on March 6....
ANTIGONISH: After two days of meetings late last month, the president of StFX announced that the Board of Governors approved the 2019-20 balanced budget and gave authority to proceed immediately with a $6 million renovation to the Oland Centre. On...
ANTIGONISH: The date has officially been set for the opening of St. Francis Xavier University’s new $50 million, 95,000 square foot institute celebrating former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. Mulroney, who was a graduate of the class of 1959 and went...
ANTIGONISH: Renowned educator, researcher and writer Dr. George Sefa Dei said affirming Blackness is a celebration of people and by extension, a response to anti-Blackness, during a recent lecture which wrapped up African Heritage Month. Considered by many as one...
RED ISLANDS: The members of a beginner Gaelic class in Richmond County are sharing lots of laughs as they reconnect with their culture. The class has been gathering since October on Tuesday mornings at the Red Islands fire hall, under...
ANTIGONISH: The chocolate company founded by the Hadhad family, who were fighting for their survival just a few years ago in Syria, has announced they will hire 50 refugees and provide mentorship and guidance to 10 Canadian refugee startups...
HALIFAX: Have an opinion on the potential for energy crop farming and renewable energy generation in Cape Breton and northern Nova Scotia? If the answer is yes, then Elizabeth Jessome, a researcher at Dalhousie University’s School for Resource and...
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