L’ARDOISE: A Richmond County woman wants to give caregivers a helping hand with her new business. Last week, Jamie Morrison launched Out & About Respite, which operates the area’s first adult day program at the Dr. Kingston Memorial Community Health...
GUYSBOROUGH: Officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough unanimously agreed to withdraw $30,000 from a trust fund for the residents of a local nursing home. The Doyle Bequest Trust Fund is a bequest that was left to council...
HALIFAX: A recent Supreme Court ruling on the beneficiary of a life insurance policy has shed some light on the events of a tragic 2017 triple murder suicide. Cpl. Lionel Desmond, a former rifleman with the 2nd...
HALIFAX: A spokesperson for Irving Oil says the company will better serve its Cape Breton customers as the result of a purchase involving an inland storage facility in the Strait area. Irving officials confirmed earlier this month that they had...
OTTAWA: One of the four remaining Conservative leadership candidates with strong local ties has slammed the Trudeau government’s gun ban. In a video posted to his Twitter account on May 1, Peter MacKay, the former Central Nova...
ARICHAT: Council has a new interim Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and is looking for a full-timer. Last week, the Municipality of Richmond County announced the hiring of Louis Digout as interim CAO. Digout, who served as the county’s CAO before...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Last week, Celtic Air Services announced that the Port Hawkesbury Airport will host Air Show Cape Breton on May 30. The event will feature the Canadian Force’s Snowbirds 431 Air Demonstration Squadron. David Morgan, president of Celtic Air...
HALIFAX: The company behind a proposed natural gas project celebrated another milestone. On March 20, Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (LNGL) announced Transport Canada has completed its review of Bear Head LNG Corporation Inc.’s TERMPOL report. A release from LNGL described the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The winner of a recent entrepreneurship contest is moving ahead with plans to open her new business. After the Town of Port Hawkesbury’s January council meeting, Mayor Brenda Chisholm-Beaton gave an update on the winner of the Start-Up...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two developments that could impact the future operation of mobile food vendors and similar developments within the town boundaries are set to reach the town council table within the coming days. Deputy Mayor Trevor Boudreau confirmed this week...


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