Editor’s note: The following letter was written to Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Bernadette Jordan. Dear Minister, My name is Dr. Jaime Wertman. I hold a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from Dalhousie University.
The COVID-19 virus is destructive world-wide, and causing serious illness along with deaths. It will attack any individual who is unfortunate to cross its path and it will show no mercy whatsoever. COVID-19 has become World...
Last week while I was out for a run along an unpaved rural roadway, I came upon a message that had been scratched in the gravel. It was simple in its wording but powerful with its intent: “Have a...
Recent statistics provided by the provincial government should serve as encouragement for Strait area residents who’ve been observing the rules and hoping for better days in the middle of the COVID-19 global pandemic. During a briefing on...
May 4, 1909: Jonas Stone, widower of Catherine McDonald, married Ida Boudreau, daughter of Jean Boudreau and Anne Martel, witnesses Martin Meagher and Caroline Gaudet June 28, 1909: Godfrey LeBlanc, son of Jeffrey LeBlanc and Marie Giroir,...
Two weeks ago, the Government of Ontario released projections around the spread and transmission of COVID-19 that painted a stark picture for the residents of the province. A few days earlier, the White House released the...
I am grateful to have this opportunity to contact you about the book called Great Cape Breton Storytelling. Great Cape Breton Storytelling has been approved for use in all Strait area, Cape Breton-Victoria and Mi’kmaw schools. This digital...
Canadian public health guidance related to COVID-19 has been changing as the evidence base and our understanding of COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. We are continually looking at the evidence as it is being produced and working with our partners across...
Although things remain at a standstill for many operations during the global pandemic, that is not the case with two of the largest employers in the region. In the early days of the pandemic and with...
Teachers in Nova Scotia have expectations as to a basic functioning classroom; sufficient supplies, text books, assistance for special needs, and a spacious well-equipped room. The teachers at the St. Mary and St. Odilia schools in Zambia...


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