Tuesday, October 16, 2018
ANTIGONISH: Since it was announced last August the landmark business wouldn’t re-open, the place of enjoyment for nearly half-a-century vanished in plain sight from Antigonish. The former owner, Don MacPherson, decided that 2017 would be his final season of operation...
WEST BAY ROAD: Local residents are paying tribute to a long-time teacher, musician, historian, and photographer who used his many talents to shine the spotlight on the music, culture and geography of Cape Breton over his eight-plus decades of...
CANSO: Nova Scotia fishing communities know the challenges and dangers facing fishermen and women who are engaged in the fishery. Fishing and the challenges of the sea are not strangers to Canso and the surrounding fishing communities in eastern Nova...
HALIFAX: The appointment of a new Crown attorney in Antigonish was announced August 3, by the Public Prosecution Service. Jonathan Gavel will be the new Crown attorney in Antigonish and Sara Wilson will work out of Shelburne. “Both Ms. Wilson and...
GUYSBOROUGH: Right about the time winter kicks-in, the Cyril Ward Memorial Library will stop locking their door. Seriously. Don’t worry – it isn’t being converted into anything, but they are making access to the library more attainable and personal. The Eastern...
INVERNESS: Due to the efforts of the Inverness Development Agency (IDA) and the Inverness County Accessibility Committee, those with mobility issues now have the opportunity to put beach days to good use.     On July 23, several hundred people visited...
ANTIGONISH: The father of a seven-year-old Antigonish boy who was awarded a $6 million settlement, after suffering preventable brain injuries during his birth, says his family is relieved to finally be able to look to the future. “Relief is a...
GRAND MANAN ISLAND, NB: The Canadian Independent Fish Harvester’s Federation (CIFHF) has turned their attention to the Canadian Senate after the successful passage of Bill C-68 through the House of Commons. Bill C-68 amends the Fisheries Act and has many...
SUTHERLAND’S RIVER: The provincial and federal governments agree with the banner in front of the Barneys River Volunteer Fire Department that reads “Twinned Highways Save Lives.” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a major federal government investment of $90 million to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: There is widespread agreement that the upcoming legalization of cannabis in October will provide challenges for law enforcement. Nova Scotia Justice Minister Mark Furey, a former RCMP officer, said law enforcement has been responding to a product that...
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