Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Desmond inquiry adjourned until next year

GUYSBOROUGH: On the same day the fatality inquiry was set to begin, a 60-day adjournment was granted at the request of the newly-hired lawyer...

Strait Pirates drop Pictou, lose to Antigonish

PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a tale of two games. The Strait Pirates came away with a couple of points after a...

Islanders battle at Moncton tourney

PORT HOOD: It was a tough weekend for the local Major Midgets. The short-staffed Cape Breton West Islanders took part in...

Port Hawkesbury and Mulgrave to meet new MP

PORT HAWKESBURY: Two local municipal councils are both looking forward to having a sit down meeting with Cape Breton-Canso’s new Member of...

Man convicted in death of Phillip Boudreau passes away

ARICHAT: Almost a year after being released from prison, one of the men convicted in the death of Phillip Boudreau has died.

Vital Cape Breton Excellence Awards

Photos by Jeremy Martell Margie Beaton of The Gaelic College accepts her 2019 Vital Cape Breton-Unama’ki Excellence Award for Individuals. Dr. Kristen Sutherland...

Committee to unveil plans for senior’s housing

LAKE AINSLIE: The senior housing committee of the Lake Ainslie Development Association continues to work to build a senior housing facility at Lake Ainslie, near the community of Scotsville.

Celebrations scheduled for Raising the Villages

INVERNESS: The 3rd Annual “Welcoming our Youngest Citizens” celebrations are taking place across western Cape Breton to coincide with Universal Children’s Day on November 20. Universal Children’s Day...

Final tally announced from third annual 100 Women Who Care Rural Cape Breton

PORT HAWKESBURY: “100 Women Who Care Rural Cape Breton” hosted their third annual event on October 23 at the Bear Head Room of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre.

Official openings held for new businesses in St. Peter’s

ST. PETER’S: The village of St. Peter’s has more new businesses. New Orleans Pizza, Robin’s, and Subway are the newest additions to the local dining scene. The trio of...

Remembrance ceremony in Havre Boucher

Photos by Drake Lowthers -- A member of the RCMP stands at attention during the signing of “O’ Canada” during Havre Boucher’s Remembrance Day service on November 3.

Solar program funding approved for community organizations

HALIFAX: The provincial government has announced 26 successful applicants to the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Program. These non-profit organizations can now add solar electricity systems to their...


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This is where the money is going

Editor’s note: The following was written to the mayor, council and taxpayers of the Town of Mulgrave. It has come to...




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