MABOU: The members of “100 Women Who Care Rural Cape Breton” came together last week to offer three local charitable groups the chance to receive a significant helping hand. The Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital Charitable Foundation ended up the big...
PORT HOOD: Nadine Bollig, the driving force behind Reaching Strides Equestrian Centre, is now certified to offer services intended to help people struggling with various issues ranging from eating disorders to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). “I’m now completely certificated...
ORT HAWKESBURY: Making newcomers feel welcome – be they refuges, immigrants, or just people from away – was the goal at the heart of the Nova Scotia Community College’s Welcoming Newcomers event held at the NSCC Strait Area Campus. “We...
MABOU: Those dealing with the loss of a child will find themselves among friends this Sunday as the ninth annual Compassionate Friends Service takes place at the Mabou Renewal Centre. “Many of us have been affected by such a loss,”...
LOUISDALE: Richmond County seniors had the opportunity last week to refresh their driving skills and learn from each other with the 55 Arrive Alive driving program. On June 2, the 55 Arrive Alive program – first offered in January -...
MARGAREE VALLEY: At 2:05 p.m. on August 11, Inverness District RCMP received a 911 call regarding an ATV collision on Highland Road in the Margaree Valley. A group of riders were travelling on Highland Road when one of the vehicles...
ARICHAT: The family of a young man who succumbed to cancer only a year ago has turned its grief into giving. The family of the late Jason Marryatt recently completed a toy drive in which they collected six large bins...
CANSO: Earlier this month, residents were given the opportunity to hear from panelists as they expressed their concerns about the proposed Canso Spaceport project – some even aired their own. On August 1, a public meeting was...
ANTIGONISH: “Our history is your history.” Celebrating the launch of African Heritage Month in Antigonish, a full house, which included Tony Ince, Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs, gathered in the Bloomfield Centre on January 31 at StFX. “We gather to...
ST. PETER’S: The village of St. Peter’s looks more colourful and more supportive than ever before, thanks to a grassroots initiative to show love and support to members of the LGBTQ+ community. Just a month old, the...
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