INVERNESS: The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and long-term care workers held a protest here last Friday. CUPE’s long-term care coordinator Kathy Macleod said the McNeil Liberal government cut $8 million from the long-term care budget but has only...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A contribution from the federal government has helped give students at the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) Nautical Institute the opportunity to train on new, realistic simulation equipment. On November 14, Cape Breton–Canso MP and Secretary to the...
HALIFAX: With emergency room closures happening in the area, health officials say more are on the way. Last week, Greg Boone, director of public affairs with the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), confirmed the ER at the Strait Richmond Hospital...
GUYSBOROUGH: The community continues to show support for a proposed launch site in eastern Guysborough County. Last month, Maritime Launch Services (MLS) hosted an open house at the Canso Fire Hall to discuss the possibility of selecting the Canso area...
ANTIGONISH: The RCMP is asking for public assistance in locating Jacob Spin, 24, of Monastery. Spin was last seen prior to 10 p.m. last evening when he left his home on the Old Mulgrave Road in Monastery. He is described as a...
ST. PETER’S: An official opening ceremony was held last week for a new piece of infrastructure in the community. On November 16 in St. Peter’s, residents, government officials and elected representatives officially re-opened the new two-lane swing bridge at the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A man is facing child pornography charges following a police raid of a Richmond County home. Following the execution of a search warrant at a home in Louisdale on October 30, Ryan Thomas Stone was charged with possessing...
BLUES MILLS: An Inverness County family is taking part in a long-standing gesture of friendship from the Province of Nova Scotia. Every year, Nova Scotia sends a Christmas tree to the City of Boston as a gesture of gratitude for...
ST. PETER’S: Today the Government of Canada, along with community members from St. Peter’s and Potlotek First Nation, officially re-opened the new two-lane swing bridge at St. Peters Canal National Historic Site. Rodger Cuzner, MP for Cape Breton-Canso and Parliamentary...
INVERNESS: The RCMP seized 160 grams of cocaine and charged a Cape Breton County man with trafficking after stopping a vehicle in Inverness County early this morning. At around 6:20 a.m., Inverness District RCMP conducted a vehicle stop on Highway...


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