DARTMOUTH: A group of eight coworkers from Dartmouth, including a former Isle Madame resident, has lots to celebrate this holiday season. The group came up winners in the November 29 Lotto 6/49 draw, matching the Guaranteed Prize draw numbers and...
HALIFAX: As the environmental assessment phase for the proposed Spaceport development near Canso approaches its completion, the integrated project team - for the design and construction of the Spaceport - will convene for an initial meeting. At this meeting, the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Celtic Air Services wishes to announce that “Airshow Cape Breton” will take place at the Port Hawkesbury Airport in a one-night only twilight airshow on Wednesday, May 30. The show, which will feature the world renowned Canadian Force’s...
ST. PETER’S: Volunteers at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 47 have put their money down to assist veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) by supporting a unique program that matches service dogs with soldiers. “We had a little...
ARICHAT: Two grant requests from community groups in Richmond County received different reactions from councillors. During the November 27 meeting of Richmond Municipal Council, Deputy Warden Jason MacLean brought forward a request from the L’Ardoise Men’s Club for a $5,000...
ARICHAT: Officials with programs to encourage more newcomers to settle in Cape Breton told council that immigration will help turn-around the island’s economy. The Cape Breton Partnership’s Omar Tag El Din, program lead for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, told council...
ARICHAT: Council was unable to amend a municipal travel expense policy which is a source of confusion for municipal officials. During its regular monthly meeting on November 27, councillors defeated a motion from district 4 councillor Gilbert Boucher to remove...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University is taking steps to prepare the community for legalized cannabis. On November 28, StFX hosted a President’s Colloquium on “Understanding the Legalization of Cannabis: A University Community Conversation.” The information session occurred on the same day that...
HALIFAX: Gary Burrill, the leader of Nova Scotia’s NDP party, doesn’t like what he’s hearing in terms on Nova Scotia’s doctor shortage and the wait list for patients looking for a family doctor. Burrill spoke about the matter last week...
PORT HAWKESBURY: An important talk regarding children’s on-line safety took place last Thursday night at the SAERC auditorium. “I know of over 800 people right now who have child pornography on their computer in Nova Scotia,” said RMCP Cst. Lindsey...


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