Monday, August 20, 2018
HALIFAX: Following several months of contract negotiations a mutually satisfactory agreement between East Coast Credit Union (East Coast) and Unifor Local 2107 was reached on Thursday. The tentative agreement announced will cover 44 full and part-time workers at three Credit...
ANTIGONISH: It’s not every day you’re able to witness life-lasting impressions let alone also being able to leave an undeniable legacy within the roots of a small, rural, historic Nova Scotian town. But for four days last week, Antigonish was...
WEST BAY ROAD: Local residents are paying tribute to a long-time teacher, musician, historian, and photographer who used his many talents to shine the spotlight on the music, culture and geography of Cape Breton over his eight-plus decades of...
OTTAWA: Buckling up when entering a vehicle has become second nature to nearly everybody, and now that same mindset will be clicking in whenever boarding a bus. Seatbelts will soon be a mandatory requirement on all newly built highway buses,...
CANSO: Nova Scotia fishing communities know the challenges and dangers facing fishermen and women who are engaged in the fishery. Fishing and the challenges of the sea are not strangers to Canso and the surrounding fishing communities in eastern Nova...
HALIFAX: The appointment of a new Crown attorney in Antigonish was announced August 3, by the Public Prosecution Service. Jonathan Gavel will be the new Crown attorney in Antigonish and Sara Wilson will work out of Shelburne. “Both Ms. Wilson and...
HALIFAX: The rezoning of residential land on one of the oldest streets in Antigonish will move forward following a dismissal of an appeal by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. The Town of Antigonish approved an amendment to 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...
GUYSBOROUGH: Right about the time winter kicks-in, the Cyril Ward Memorial Library will stop locking their door. Seriously. Don’t worry – it isn’t being converted into anything, but they are making access to the library more attainable and personal. The Eastern...
PORT HOOD: Human remains found in the ocean near Port Hood on July 18 have been identified by the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner's Service as 54-year-old Patrick John MacDonald. MacDonald had been reported missing from Ballantynes Cove in Antigonish County on...
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