Tuesday, November 13, 2018
STRAIT AREA: A long anticipated milestone has arrived. Today, Canada becomes the first G7 nation to legalize the use of cannabis for recreational purposes, and in Nova Scotia 12 Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) outlets, including Antigonish, will provide cannabis. The...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It’s a pooch’s paradise. A new business catering to Strait area canines officially opened at 98 Reeves Street on October 5 with a ribbon cutting ceremony, and according to the dog-loving owner, opening That Dog Place Inc. has...
INVERNESS COUNTY: Celtic Air Services, a Port Hastings-based company that earlier this year hosted the first-ever air show at the Port Hawkesbury Airport, continued to offer something novel last weekend. The company offered helicopter tours out of the communities of...
WEST BAY: Tanja Welz has a thick German accent, is a recognized domestic teacher, used to dance ballet in the theatre in Hannover, managed three high-end saloons in Bremen and wasn’t a part of a farm family before moving...
SYDNEY: A group of clever business owners in Whycocomagh have inspired a clever group of business people in Sydney to take on the challenge of bringing folks to Cape Breton Island. “The Farmer’s Daughter had a tremendous amount of social...
PETIT DE GRAT: A community group has helped to preserve a monument to those who served and died in World War II. Last year, Legion Branch 150 service officer Junior Boudreau helped form the Petit de Grat War Monument Restoration...
KEPPOCH MOUNTAIN: The mother of Jordon Myles says don’t hide, we all struggle – let’s support one another. When Jodi Myles first lost her son in February 2016 what she found out was that a lot of people who came...
JUDIQUE: Folks looking to rest their head in the Judique area will soon have a novel option thanks to the hard work of Scott Archer and his team at Archer’s Edge Luxury Camping Inc. Archer is in the process of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Nova Scotians continue to add clean, renewable solar energy to the electricity grid with the support from the province, building on the recent success of the SolarHomes program. On Monday, Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette, announced that...
ARICHAT: The municipality wants to hear from the public as it works to finalize a strategic plan by the end of the year. Richmond CAO Kent MacIntyre explained that the municipality currently has no strategic plan and new provincial funding...
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