Saturday, May 27, 2017


ANTIGONISH: The 55+ Games is a two-day event that promotes mental and physical well-being through socialization and the option of participation in a variety of physical and relaxed activities. The idea to hold a games event in Antigonish that is...
PORT HOOD: After a hockey season that saw the guys score a provincial championship, an Atlantic championship, and a national championship, the Cape Breton West Islanders continue to be the focal point of celebrations throughout the area.  “It’s a pleasure...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Elbowroom was in short supply at The Carriage House due to the efforts of the Nova Scotia Arm Wrestling Association (NSAWA) and the provincial championship hosted by the group. “It was the biggest tournament ever held in Nova...
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.: The West is the best. A wrist shot from Upper Pomquet’s Logan Chisholm secured the 2017 TELUS Cup National Midget Championship for the Cape Breton West Islanders. The overtime marker from Chisholm secured the come-from-behind win for...
PORT HAWKESBURY: So, what was Titus’ problem anyway? There we were at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre, 300-plus wrestling fans ready to see the stars of Ultimate Championship Wrestling bang and clang through a five-match card. Champion Markus Burke was...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Nova Scotia Arm Wrestling Championships will be decided Saturday, May 6 at the Carriage House. “It’s been awhile since we brought the provincials to town, and we figured it would be a good spot to host it,” said...
By Jason LaRose of Hockey Canada PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.: Hunter Floris got the scoring started with the first two goals, and the Cariboo Cougars hung on for a wild 4-3 win over the Cape Breton West Islanders on Wednesday night...
By Jason LaRose of Hockey Canada   Ellis leads Islanders past Blizzard in tournament opener PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.: Colten Ellis starred in a 34-save performance, backstopping the Cape Breton West Islanders to a tournament-opening 2-1 win over the Blizzard du Séminaire...
STRAIT AREA: This edition of  The Reporter  hit newsstands on the morning of April 26 and, by now, the Cape Breton West Islanders have already played two games at the Telus Cup.   The first one was against the Blizzard Du...
SKYE GLEN: It was a chilly day, but the climate was appropriate considering snowmobiling was on everyone’s mind. “It’s a very exciting time,” said Richard Jamieson, fundraising chairperson for the Ceilidh Trails Groomers Association. “We had a dream to buy...
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