PAQ’TNKEK FIRST NATION: After seized a number of illegal drugs following the search of a residence here last weekend. On May 23, a home on Jali Lane in Paq'tnkek First Nation was searched after...
ARICHAT: An Isle Madame health care facility continues to weather the COVID-19 storm, as others across the province suffer transmission, spread, and even fatalities. St. Ann Community and Nursing Care Centre administrator Annette Fougere...
FLINT, MICHIGAN: A former resident of Port Hawkesbury is moving into an important new academic position this summer. SAERC and StFX University graduate Gillian Ryan, has been named the new Director of Undergraduate Affairs...
MULGRAVE: At 11:59 p.m. on May 14, 1955, the Scotia II train ferry was shut down forever. The ferry between Mulgrave and Point Tupper fittingly made its last run the same day the ribbon...
ST. PETER’S: To ensure food security and sustainability are addressed in the constituency, the MLA from Cape Breton-Richmond has begun to discuss the issue with local organizations across Cape Breton Island. Alana Paon says...
ST. PETER’S: The Greenhouse Co-op here has received attention for its efforts during these unprecedented times. Taina Feitosa nominated the Greenhouse Co-op in Advocate Media’s “Shine On” campaign highlighting local businesses which have gone...
ANTIGONISH: Budget deliberations in Antigonish County are behind approximately three weeks, due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to their warden. Owen McCarron suggested that means they haven’t made a decision yet on...
ANTIGONISH: It’s going to be a busy year, as the municipal council in Antigonish County passed an “aggressive plan” for capital expenditures in 2020-21. During their regular monthly council meeting on May 11, council...
INVERNESS COUNTY: For increased efficiencies, Green For Life (GFL) has proposed minor changes to their garbage pickup route. West Mabou, Colindale, Rocky Ridge, Hunter’s Road, and Route 19, from the 252-intersection to the Strathlorne-Scotsville...
INVERNESS COUNTY: The municipality’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic had been solid and continues to be working, according to the warden. Betty Ann MacQuarrie explains the municipality already faces unique challenges involving...


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