Wednesday, June 20, 2018


PORT HOOD: A huge economic opportunity exists locally, and those leading the working group in charge of the Strait of Canso Development project have a plan to take advantage of it. “We recognize that is still undeveloped but there’s...
PORT HOOD: The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada and Nova Scotia’s labour department are investigating last weekend’s incident which claimed the lives of two fishermen. On Sunday, the TSB deployed a team of investigators to Colindale. The TSB said...
ISLE MADAME: A man facing sexual assault charges dating back to the 1960s, involving children as young as four, will be in court later this month to answer to 12 charges involving nine alleged victims. On May 9, Richmond District...
PORT HOOD: News of the tragedy didn’t take long to make its way through Port Hood early Saturday morning, not to mention the rest of the county. By noon, the heart-breaking truth was confirmed. “We lost two fisherman,” said Duncan...
WEST ARICHAT: The Richmond District RCMP has completed an eight-month investigation into allegations of sexual assault which has resulted in several charges. Delmore Boudreau, 90, of Petit de Grat, has been charged with 12 sexual offences. The charges stem from...
HALIFAX: The province is claiming that an uptake in a provincial incentive program is allowing more Nova Scotians to have a family doctor. According to the Department of Health and Wellness (DHW), in the first month of the Patient Attachment...
HALIFAX: Despite repeated flooding on a Richmond County road, the province is unable to provide a timeline for repairs. According to a press release issued by Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon, John and Marilyn Clements of New Victoria were left...
HALIFAX: A Strait area MLA is calling on the provincial government to repair the only bridge to Isle Madame. Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon said she is concerned about increasing safety issues and delays in major renovations at the Lennox...
HALIFAX: A school in Antigonish County is set to undergo significant renovations. Last week, the provincial government announced it will invest approximately $300 million through its school capital plan to construct new schools, as well as undertake renovations to a...
ANTIGONISH: Three more outlets will be selling cannabis in the province, including one locally. Last week, the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) and the Province of Nova Scotia announced three more NSLC outlets, including one in Antigonish, will sell cannabis....
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