Monday, June 24, 2019
ANTIGONISH: High school students across the province rose to the occasion and are now working together to build something greater than themselves. Learning what it takes to become a great leader was on the agenda as hundreds...
PORT HOOD: Inverness County’s municipal chamber served as a meeting of the minds on June 18, as Cape Breton University President and Vice-Chancellor David Dingwall asked local leaders how the university could foster a stronger relationship with the area. “We...
HALIFAX: For the first time ever, Nova Scotia's evergreen Christmas gift to Boston is coming from Cape Breton and the Mi'kmaw community will help celebrate its send-off. The large Christmas tree that is given as part of the annual thank...
OTTAWA: There was wide range of opinions on last week’s federal budget. Speaking to The Reporter on March 20, Central Nova Liberal MP Sean Fraser said the major themes of the budget centred around jobs, connectivity, health care, protecting the...
ANTIGONISH: The federal government’s plan to purchase the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline for $4.5 billion was the subject of a recent protest. A group of residents gathered at St. James Church Hall in Antigonish on July 19 to discuss...
HALIFAX: Government will invest about $2.7 million over two years to help residents in five communities get clear title to land on which they live. The support includes funds to assist with legal fees and costs related to estate administration...
ANTIGONISH:  St. Francis Xavier University President Dr. Kent MacDonald and the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, Canada’s 18th Prime Minister, will announce the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government and the construction of Mulroney Hall on Wednesday. The public launch will take...
HALIFAX: While more support for inclusive education was applauded, the manner in which it will be implemented was questioned. On May 2, the provincial government announced that students across the province will have access to 173...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission wants the provincial government to redraw the electoral map to restore the four previously protected electoral districts. Those districts include the Acadian ridings of Richmond, Clare and Argyle and the predominantly African Nova...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The local mayors and warden committee is not pleased with the expected closure of a local Property Valuation Services Corporation (PVSC) office. On October 3, PVSC representative Russ Adams told Port Hawkesbury Town Council the local office will...
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