PORT HOOD: Inverness County now has a healthy bit of provincial funding to assist in the fight against climate change. “Nova Scotia is a national leader in fighting climate change and projects like this will build...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University has announced that their food services provider, Sodexo, will be bringing a full-service Starbucks to campus. Bob Hale, StFX’s director of ancillary services, said as part of the recent tendering process for...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Helping students is the most important thing this province can do for its future. As a way to make post-secondary education more accessible by giving students the tools they need to succeed, the Nova...
HALIFAX: Cassidy Bernard is a name a local MLA doesn’t want Nova Scotians to forget. Last Thursday, Inverness MLA Alan MacMaster invited the family of the late 22-year-old mother of two to Halifax as he introduced...
HALIFAX: The provincial government wants to protect wildlife habitat on two small islands off Isle Madame. The Crid Islands lie on the outer edge of Arichat harbour, between Jerseyman’s Island and the bottom of Babin’s Hill,...
LAWRENCETOWN: The construction of a new residence at the Strait Area Campus in Port Hawkesbury will help grow the college’s footprint, expand programming and better respond to the demands of growth. The $7 million, 51-bed, 20,000...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Councillor Laurie Cranton will sit at the head of the table when it comes to the Built Environment Standard Development Committee. “The big goal will be to review the building code and look...
OTTAWA, ONTARIO: A former Port Hawkesbury resident might become a big winner in the Norwegian Cruise Line 2019 “Giving Joy Contest,” but if her participation can get people talking about the treatment of the disabled, she’ll be...
By Grant McDaniel PORT HOOD: The future venue of an Inverness County child care facility was on display last Thursday as members of the Bayview Child Development Centre Association took locals on a tour of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A culinary showcase, which featured five-courses of Indigenous cuisine, was hosted by the culinary arts students at the Strait area campus of the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) on March 28. The...
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