L’ARDOISE: A new way to share knowledge and services is taking shape in Richmond County. Launched on August 2, 2018, the Community Skill Exchange-Richmond County TimeBank is an organized, not-for-profit, web-based way to share skills or energy to help others. Tara...
ARICHAT: The community of Isle Madame recently lost a staunch advocate of the local healthcare facility. Lorna George passed away on December 18 at St. Martha’s Regional Hospital at the age of 91. Isle Madame physician, Dr. Robert Martel said St....
PORT HAWKESBURY: Like a public utility, some things are expected to remain in place, and the presence of Bob and Brenda MacEachern as the driving force behind 101.5 The Hawk was one of those. That might be why, on January...
STRAIT AREA: In the midst of a federal cabinet shuffle, two parliamentary secretaries took a tour of the region and one of them announced funding for a major piece of tourism infrastructure. Sean Fraser, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of...
PAQTNKEK: Providing safe access and creating economic opportunities for the Paqtnkek First Nation in Antigonish County, Exit 36-B, a new interchange on Highway 104 was constructed - allowing access to the southern roads of the community for the first...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Six years after its re-opening, Port Hawkesbury Paper LP (PHP) continues to significantly contribute to the economy of Nova Scotia with total expenditures exceeding $1 billion since the mill was re-opened in 2012. In the fall of 2018,...
ANTIGONISH: Three StFX University professors’ research has the potential to improve diagnostic measures, develop effective rehabilitation programs, and provide valuable information in the development of medications following an official grand opening of the Applied Neuro-Cognitive Research (ANChoR) Laboratory. StFX psychology...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia’s roads, highways and bridges will see a $300 million investment in capital spending — a $15 million increase from last year. Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Lloyd Hines updated the public on the over 150 projects as...
OHIO: Antigonish County is now on the map within Canada’s newest industry. Highland Grow Inc., nestled in picturesque Ohio East, has been approved for a license to sell cannabis via an amendment to its existing license from Health Canada, under...
INVERNESS: The good folks at Mill Road Social Enterprises have entered into a program that, should all go well, will provide seniors with tools to help them stay in their homes a little bit longer. “We have three of our...
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