Thursday, June 29, 2017


PORT HOOD: As president of Galloping Cows Fine Foods, Joanne Schmidt knows a thing or two about success in the business world, and that entrepreneurial spirit was complimented recently as she was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the...
HAVRE BOUCHER: Local fishermen had the chance to bone up on some safety rules last week.  On March 21, the North of Smokey Fishermen’s Association hosted a town hall meeting at the Havre Boucher Community Centre. The fishermen’s group invited...
ANTIGONISH: The town is looking to change its water rates. On April 19, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board hosted a public hearing regarding a request from the Town of Antigonish to amend the water rates and charges for...
ANTIGONISH: On May 18, the federal government announced over $162,000 in funding for the Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre and Sexual Assault Services Association (AWRCSASA) to aid in funding the association’s bystander intervention project. Central Nova MP Sean Fraser made the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A long-desired transfer of land from the provincial government to town ownership and a federal-provincial contribution to a major overhaul of water and sewer systems along two town streets were among a series of announcements made Friday...
IRON MINES: An announcement by the provincial government last Friday means that L’Arche Cape Breton is one step closer to having its members enjoy a community centre of their own.   “The Gathering Space has been a dream of L’Arche Cape...
STRAIT AREA: Three municipal units and two First Nations communities joined forces last week for an initiative designed to provide local children with a solid start. Joined by representatives from Waycobah and Wagmatcook First Nations, Port Hawkesbury Town Council, Victoria...
OTTAWA: A local man was part of a national ceremony over the weekend. Port Hawkesbury native Sergeant Stewart MacDonald, 91, was in Ottawa last weekend as part of an official Government of Canada delegation participating in events commemorating the 100th...
ANTIGONISH: The town is looking at mixing it up when it comes to its commercial fringe areas. Brynn Nheiley, planning and development officer with the Town of Antigonish, took the lead on a public input session looking at options to...
INVERNESS: What is happening to the forests in Nova Scotia? That was the question posed at the panel discussion taking place on April 2 at the Inverness Fire Hall. The event was hosted by the Inverness County Chapter of the...
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