Wednesday, September 18, 2019
The independence of the inshore lobster fishery is a goal we all support. It helps keep licenses in individual hands through the Owner-Operator policy and is important to the growth and preservation of our coastal communities. In the last few...
We hear Cabot Links is a proposing a commercial airport for Inverness, suggesting it would help attract more people to Cape Breton Island’s tourism attractions. It appears the $18 million to pay for it would be ours. No word on...
Editor’s note: The following was the winning submission in a Letter to the Editor contest for international students within the Strait regional centre for education. Being in Canada is a dream come true. It was the...
This is in reference to a letter on Facebook written by John Green about the bingo on Thursday, May 30, at the fire hall in Port Hastings. The week before, John gave instructions on how...
Two years ago, the municipal councillors of Inverness County rescinded a previous motion to support an airport expansion in Margaree. There were many reasons, but bottom line was that Inverness County could not financially afford the project and there was...
I wish to comment on the story about Richmond County wanting a mayoralty system. Interesting how the present warden is so anxious for this higher paying stint and with more or less total power for the entire county to boot.
Consumers - starting with the young, elderly and the handicapped population - are feeling the pinch at the gas pumps. The high price of gasoline, along with the closing of full service gas bars at some of...
On May 24, representatives from the Nova Scotia Health Authority, MLA Lloyd Hines, Municipality of the District of Guysborough Councillor Janet Peitzsche, management, staff and foundation members of Eastern Memorial Hospital, the Canso Lions Club, the local physician and myself...
There was once a time when everyone could see a doctor whenever they needed to. If you go back far enough, doctors made house calls. These days, more than 50,000 Nova Scotians don’t have a family...
Nova Scotia has reached a seminal period in its existence where our levels of governments (and all Nova Scotians) must work for the sustainability of its inhabitants and acknowledge that its people and wild life are variables in the equation...
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