Sunday, April 30, 2017


ANTIGONISH: A local banquet featured one of the country’s most well known advocates for mental health. The Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) Antigonish hosted the third annual Antigonish Business Ability Banquet on November 10. The guest speaker for the...
ANTIGONISH: Reconciliation and aboriginal studies were topics for two recent events at StFX. Senator Murray Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, made an address to staff students and residents. Sinclair focused mainly on what universities can...
AINSLIE GLEN: For the first time ever, Nova Scotia's Christmas gift to Boston is coming from Cape Breton – Inverness County, specifically. Part of the nice thing about that, said Bobby Morris, executive assistant to Natural Resources Minister Lloyd Hines,...
FOX LANE: With fall temperatures setting in, members of James Poirier’s family and loved ones gathered roadside to remember the 19-year-old SAERC graduate at the site of the single-vehicle crash that claimed his life. “It’s poignant to see exactly where...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Community leaders put their heads together on Wednesday of last week as the Heart and Stroke Foundation, along with its partners, hosted a Walkable Communities Workshop at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. “The Heart and Stroke Foundation has...
ARISAIG: A local spirit maker continues to receive recognition. Thomas Steinhart, owner of Arisaig’s Steinhart Distillery, said his habanero vodka and maple vodka each won a gold medal in at the New York Wine and Spirits Competition in late August....
MONTREAL, QC: An Isle Madame native who has cultivated an innovative medical practice in Lunenburg over the past 12 years is “humbled” to receive an award from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). Dr. David Martell was named...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Just over a month after launching its regular Sunday services, the Strait area’s new Pentecostal church is launching a full slate of activities for children, young adults and other local residents. Twice-monthly free suppers for community college students,...
ST. PETER’S: Music, food, friends, and memories were plentiful on October 19, as a weekly gathering of adults with various mental health conditions and related issues celebra ted a decade of operation. The Adult Drop In Group held a 10th-anniversary celebration...
MABOU: A celebratory feeling was in the air last Thursday as the Alexander Doyle Public Library was officially opened. “Our goal is that the library fosters the cultural life of the area that it serves, and in this part of...
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