Monday, June 18, 2018


I never thought I’d see the day when the federal party established to break up Canada was finally on the verge of breaking up itself. For that matter, I always figured that if I lived long enough to see the...

Country Nation

Moments before George Canyon took the stage on the third Friday evening in November, I took my seat at the far left of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre’s Bear Head Conference Room, just outside the kitchen area. I came perilously...
My name is Danielle Duggan, I am a resident of Antigonish, a parent, and a concerned citizen in an active and vibrant community of engaged individuals. I am urgently concerned that not enough media attention has been given to what Bill...

Too comfortable

I started the morning of Thursday, February 15 by waking up, having a cup of tea and two slices of peanut butter on toast, and watching a hockey game. Well, that’s not entirely accurate. Before I watched the game, I...
If you, like me, have been reading about this era of high tech surveillance (and how can you not, considering the news these days), you can’t help but get a little paranoid about what might be spying on us. I...
Four teams comprised the 1961 Richmond County Baseball League (RCBL): Petit de Grat Red Caps, River Bourgeois Tigers, Port Hawkesbury, and L’Ardoise Ramblers. The rivalry between Petit de Grat and River Bourgeois was resumed. In a June 18 contest, the...
“Welcome to ‘Flap Your Gums,’ the segment of our show that celebrates the opinions of ordinary folks like you and me. Well, not exactly like me, because I’m sure the rest of you aren’t outfitted by the best men’s...
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What I’ve seen

I’ve lived the grand majority of my 44 years of life in two specific places: Grand-Greve, Richmond County (roughly 27 years) and Port Hawkesbury (nearly 14 years), with the remainder spent in Halifax for my university education. My wife and...
September marks the beginning of the rutting season for moose (in Mi’kmaq it is called tia’m) in the Bras d’Or Lake Biosphere. This time is exciting for the amorous moose and the hunters. The noisy antics of the excitable males...
The St. Charles Lwanga Secondary School situated in Ruai - on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya - has a strong connection with Inverness County Cares. This bond and concern for the 280 children at the school has drawn Inverness County...
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