ARICHAT: Volunteers with the Catholic church here are confident they can undertake the repairs and raise the money needed to keep the historic building operating. Odilon Boudreau, with the Friends of Our Lady of Assomption, said volunteers Gerry Samson and...
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....
PORT ROYAL: An aging bridge serving three communities on Isle Madame is under a weight restriction as the province continues to monitor its condition. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal’s Eastern District bridge engineer, Chasta Boudreau explained that a...
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...
HALIFAX: Authorities are satisfied that the humpback whales spotted recently near the Canso Causeway are not in distress. The Marine Animal Response Society (MARS) and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) responded this week to reports of whales swimming...
DARTMOUTH: At the recent Assembly of First Nations (AFN) regional monthly meeting attended by all Mi’kmaq Chiefs in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, Morley Googoo’s appointment as AFN Regional Chief was renewed to 2020. The appointment came as a result of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Organizers of a wide-ranging initiative to develop toddler-friendly spaces throughout Inverness and Victoria Counties and the Town of Port Hawkesbury are enlisting the Strait regional school board (SRSB) to help local children get off on the right...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Some pretty clever minds are now under one roof. “What we have here is a one-stop shop for businesses, whether they’re looking to start up, to grow, whether they need advise in facing challenges,” said Amanda Mombourquette, the...
PORT HOOD: Those with a taste for local history would be well advised to take advantage of the Chestico Museum and Historical Society’s Yesteryear Tours this summer. Dressed in period clothes, John and Cathy Gillies will lead...
ANTIGONISH: A former Prime Minister is praising StFX University’s commitment to aboriginal development while insisting that the federal government, and Canadians in general, must take the concerns and communities of indigenous Canadians seriously. Paul Martin, who held the country’s top...
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