Tuesday, November 30, 2021

New Country Harbour Ferry a true asset: Warden

GUYSBOROUGH: The warden for the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) says the replacement of the Country Harbour Ferry maintains the...

X-Men handled by Western in football national semifinals

Photos by Drake LowthersDefensive end Alex Fedchun jumps as he attempts to block a pass from the Western quarterback.

Local tourism association looking to increase bike infrastructure around Antigonish

ANTIGONISH: Despite supporting the creation of infrastructure to become a bike destination, councillors in the Town of Antigonish say they need to...

Burned out street lights turning purple in Antigonish

ANTIGONISH: Once the sun goes down and the street lights turn on in Antigonish, a peculiar, blueish-purple hue can be seen radiating,...

Residents in parts of Inverness County asked to stay off the...

ANTIGONISH: Provincial officials have issued warnings for people in parts of Inverness County to stay off local roads, and Canada Post has...

Trudie’s Nutrition & Esthetics hosts grand opening in Port Hawkesbury

PORT HAWKESBURY: A local business that reopened last spring hosted an official opening earlier this month. The ribbon cutting for Trudie’s Nutrition & Esthetics took place...

St. Anne fundraiser goes virtual for second year

ARICHAT: For the second consecutive year, the volunteer group that raises funds for the St. Anne Community and Nursing Care Centre in Arichat is moving its fall fundraising campaign...

Nova Scotia’s Tree for Boston leaves L’Arche Cape Breton

Photos by Mary HankeyStudents from the NSCC Strait Area Campus, along with instructor Waddie Long, helped prepare the 48-foot white spruce tree for travel to Boston.

Remembrance Day ceremonies around the Strait area

Photo by Mary HankeyThe Remembrance Day service is usually held at the cenotaph in Port Hawkesbury, but this year it took place at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch...

Tree donated by L’Arche Cape Breton on the way to Boston

ORANGEDALE: A special tree received a warm farewell last week. The 60-year-old, 48-foot white spruce is a thank you gift to the people of Boston for...

Strait Area Chamber of Commerce launches ‘Step Up for Local’ campaign

PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging everyone to support local businesses through its “Step Up for Local” campaign, running from now until Dec. 20.


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Last Post Fund can help veterans get grave markers

As we approach Remembrance Week and Remembrance Day, I am hoping that perhaps your readership can assist me with a solemn task...




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