Saturday, August 24, 2019
Water issues in Inverness County are no longer a drop in the bucket. Last month, the Municipality of the County of Inverness released its 2019/20 budget outlining how the municipal unit would spend its tax dollars over...
The federal court recently made a ruling which was significant in maintaining the current owner-operator policy for the inshore fishery, while recognizing that current policies discriminate against those with disabilities. On May 24, Justice Sylvie Roussel...
As if the start of summer, the end of school, work vacations and great weather isn’t enough, a few stories arose recently that were definitely welcome news. Perhaps the biggest story of all was the provincial funding...
The Strait area heaved a giant sigh of relief after a fire in a wood ship silo at the Point Tupper operation proved to be minor. Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP), the owners of the mill, confirmed...
As has been stated in this very space in the not-too-distant past, there is room for only one fully-functioning airport in Inverness County at the moment. The day before a meeting of Inverness Municipal Council on June...
It is great to hear how the Strait area is embracing Pride Month. On June 14, the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre’s Bear Head Room hosted the region’s first ever “Queer Prom,” organized by the Cape Breton Youth...
The recent debate in Richmond County whether the municipality should switch to a mayor-at-large elected by all voters, versus retaining the status-quo has, so far, been constructive. This is in stark contrast to the tumult of...
Those affected by the crimes of Delmore Boudreau are not happy that the man who sexually preyed on them when they were young will not see the inside of a jail cell. In Port Hawkesbury Supreme...
The recent debate over education spending and staffing raises the question whether the province’s opposition parties are more interested in agitating Nova Scotians than offering solutions. On May 2, the provincial government announced that students across the...
The Reporter’s annual “Industrial Forecast and Review” supplement to the weekly newspaper is now available. In the supplement, this paper speaks with the owners, operators, officials, and others involved with the major industry, employers, businesses, services, infrastructure, and...
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