Wednesday, June 20, 2018


HAMILTON, ONTARIO: A local man is returning home to the east coast this week to pursue his goal of practicing family medicine. This month, Carl Marshall completed his medical degree at McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. Marshall...
WHYCOCOMAGH: A local First Nations community is moving forward with plans to grow its economy with help from the federal government. Cape Breton-Canso MP Rodger Cuzner joined leaders of We’koqma’q First Nation at the We’koqma’q Mi’kmaq School on June 1...
ROCKDALE: Heavy spring rain has caused issues for some drivers on Richmond County’s Kings Road. Last week, the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) finished up repairs to Kings Road in Rockdale. The road has suffered from multiple washouts...
ANTIGONISH: This week over 30 Antigonish residents joined demonstrators across Canada to raise concerns about the federal government’s plan to move forward with the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Demonstrators gathered outside of Central Nova MP Sean Fraser’s office in Antigonish on...
ANTIGONISH: Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks (RENs) are hoping to work together to find new ways of growing the local economy. On May 29, RENs from throughout the province came together in Antigonish for a roundtable discussion on regional opportunities...
ARICHAT: Richmond County started the process of amending grant policies, which was laid out in last month’s municipal budget. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on May 28, council gave notice to adopt a Grants Policy and...
ARICHAT: Municipal council was asked to back a plan from a community club to develop two trails in the St. Peter’s area. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on May 28, Michele Stone and Rob Groves of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Over 2,300 people gathered at the Port Hawkesbury Airport to take in sights rarely seen in the local area – or the rest of the province, for that matter. “The feedback we’re getting on social media, as well...
INVERNESS: An issue about public access to a beach in the village might finally be reaching a conclusion. Cabot Golf sent out a press release last Wednesday indicating a new public access trail located at the north end of Inverness...
INVERNESS: The federal government has committed to investing $2 million in Cabot Golf to help the Inverness-based golf resort expand operations at Cabot Cliffs. “Nova Scotia’s tourism industry had its best year in history in 2017 and its fourth consecutive...
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