PORT HAWKESBURY: The effort to combine justice with wellness made for a gripping discussion early last week, as the tale of bringing Wellness Courts to the local area was fleshed out by a person who knows the legal system...
ANTIGONISH: “Our history is your history.” Celebrating the launch of African Heritage Month in Antigonish, a full house, which included Tony Ince, Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs, gathered in the Bloomfield Centre on January 31 at StFX. “We gather to...
ANTIGONISH: One-third of staff will be cut from St. Francis Xavier University’s Coady International Institute due in fact to the university not securing federal funding. The university’s president, Kent MacDonald told The Reporter in a phone interview last Thursday that...
WE’KOQMA’Q: It’s been over 100 days since 22-year-old Cassidy Jean Bernard’s body was found inside her We’koqma’q First Nation home on a rainy October morning, with her twin six-month old daughters present in the home at the time of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Nova Scotia Power said it is investing more than $850,000 on improving service reliability for residents and businesses in Port Hawkesbury over the next two months. The work – beginning tomorrow (February 6) – involves replacing 32 power...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Members of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada recently visited the local area to spread the word about what the group is doing locally and, more generally, to let everyone know March is a special time for...
ARICHAT: Councillors had strong words for other municipalities which do not fund a group trying to promote the Strait of Canso. On January 28 in Arichat, during the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council, Chief Administrative Office Kent MacIntyre...
ANTIGONISH: The RCMP is reaching out to the public for assistance to solve two complaints of indecent acts that have been reported in the Antigonish area. On January 25, a complainant told police that a man was masturbating in his...
STRAIT AREA: Two emergency departments in the Strait area, less than 50-kilometres apart, were closed a total of 1,279-hours during 2017-18, according to the recent release of the annual Accountability Report on Emergency Departments, published by the Department of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town council has a major decision on its hands. Council can move forward with the Destination Reeves Street project or proceed with a newly-elected councillor’s motion to remove the road re-design out of the project altogether, a move...
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