ANTIGONISH: County council is stepping up to the plate to help fund a pair of residents to attend a conference focused on women in politics. A pair of Antigonish County residents will receive funding to attend the...
PORT HOOD: Carla Arsenault, the president and CEO of the Cape Breton Partnership, visited Inverness Municipal Council earlier this month to spread the word about all the latest happenings with her group. She began her presentation...
ARICHAT: The two councillors representing Isle Madame were not satisfied with a response they received from the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR). District 1 councillor James Goyetche and Richmond Deputy Warden Alvin Martell responded to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Gary Burns, president of the Port Hawkesbury Legion Branch 43, says he and his fellow Legion members are going to be busy in the lead-up to Remembrance Day. “We’re doing the schools this year...
ARICHAT: Following an in-camera session, councillors approved a lease with the owners of the building housing the library in St. Peter’s. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on October 28 in Arichat, district 4...
ARICHAT: All municipal councillors in Richmond County will be part of a new emergency measures committee. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council in Arichat on October 28, all councillors voted unanimously to sit on a...
ANTIGONISH: A delay at the under-construction skatepark pushed back the opening for the facility. Antigonish Town, Antigonish County, StFX, and the Antigonish Skate Park Collective unveiled the site of a skate park for the area in August...
ANTIGONISH: With a busy homecoming weekend behind them, Antigonish Town Council is planning to meet with university and RCMP for a debrief. Antigonish Mayor Laurie Boucher said council and the university acknowledge there is still work to...
PAQTNKEK MI’KMAW NATION: Education on consent continues to be an important sexual violence prevention activity in schools, universities, and colleges. Up to now, consent education methods have been developed for the general population in those educational institutions. Considering...
HALIFAX: Lands and Forestry Minister, Iain Rankin, appointed a new advisory committee with 14 members from environmental non-government organizations, industry, the Mi’kmaq and academia. Advisory committee members include Angie Gillis, with Mi’kmaw Conservation Group and Confederacy of...


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