Tuesday, September 18, 2018
ST. PETER’S: As two lanes of traffic flow over the St. Peter’s Canal for the first time, current and former residents of the village are experiencing mixed emotions about the replacement and dismantling of the 81-year-old one-lane bridge that...
SYDNEY: It’s a day to celebrate nature and have a little fun while doing so. Bras d’Or Lakes Watch Day is happening in three Cape Breton communities, including St. Peter’s on July 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. The...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Taking a page from reality television, organizers of a new contest are looking to draw new business to town. On July 1, the Eastern-Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) and the Town of Port Hawkesbury launched Start-Up Port Hawkesbury,...
AULD’S COVE: Participants in a series of Canada Day protests whose sits included the mainland side of the Canso Causeway are pleased with the response they received from passing motorists and vowing to continue their efforts. The national aboriginal organization...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After spending several days promoting the town and the entirety of Cape Breton Island to municipal leaders in Vietnam, Mayor Brenda Chisholm-Beaton now has a greater appreciation for her homeland as well as the Asian nation that...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A recent issue with the swing bridge left traffic backed up on both sides of the Canso Causeway.   Andrew MacPherson, project engineer with Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, said the swing bridge was stuck in the open-for-sea...
POTLOTEK: A local student is receiving praise for her quick thinking in helping keep a fellow student safe. On March 10, East Richmond Education Centre student Zophia Nicholas helped stop her friend Amaya Johnson from choking in the classroom. “I was...
STRAIT-RICHMOND: Last Thursday at the Richmond County Literacy Network office in St. Peter’s, a group of summer students met with members of the Seniors Take Action Coalition’s Housing Committee to work toward garnering important information from the public. “There are...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Liberal MP for Cape Breton-Canso is hoping a federal financial commitment to the clean-up of derelict and abandoned vessels will put an end to developments such as the mooring of a cargo ship at the town’s...
HALIFAX: The Honourable Arthur Joseph LeBlanc took the oath of office, on June 28 in Halifax as Nova Scotia’s 33rd lieutenant-governor since Confederation. Premier Stephen McNeil noted that Lt.-Gov. LeBlanc has made numerous contributions to the Acadian community and has...
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