Tuesday, November 30, 2021
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO: The author of a new book about nurses during World War I says his work is relevant for these unprecedented times as health care workers toil on the front lines. Former Port Hawkesbury and...
LOWER SACKVILLE: A new work of fiction from a former resident of Isle Madame is now available online. Wayne Forster recently wrote and self-published a novel entitled One More Dance. Forster,...
ST. PETER’S: Prompted by the lack of a permanent venue for artists in the area, four local women recently opened the doors to the Kiss Me Arts pop-up gallery. “This is all about showcasing our local talent and we want...
STRAIT AREA: Several local musicians are looking forward to representing the Strait area at the 2018 East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs) this May. Mary Beth Carty of Lanark, Antigonish County said she was very excited to be recognized with a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Steve MacIntyre turned on his radio, but he had to turn it down. “It was just too big a story, too small a town,” the Port Hawkesbury resident sings over the sound...
INVERNESS: The Cape Breton Food Hub is holding “Good Cheer, Food n’ Blues,” a concert and celebration of local food on May 25 from 7–11 p.m. at the Inverness County Centre for the Arts. Proceeds support the non-profit’s mission...
CREIGNISH: It was a surprise — a wonderful surprise — that saw a well-known family in Inverness County grow by one member. “When you do your ancestry, you never know who’s going to pop up on...
KEMPT ROAD: As they plan to re-open fully to the public, those at a local facility are staying busy with a number of projects. Canadian Pioneer Estates Ltd. founder/president Rolf Bouman, one of the...
TORONTO, ONTARIO: A Toronto journalist who originally hails from Antigonish scored the role of a lifetime on an iconic cartoon as Canada’s top political leader. Lucas Meyer, voiced Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on last Sunday’s episode of...
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