SYDNEY: The Cape Breton Partnership announced last week that Carla Arsenault is the successful candidate in a recent competition for the organization’s new position of Chief Operating Officer (COO). The COO will oversee all of the partnership’s varied operations and...
SYDNEY: Calling all job seekers and employers with job vacancies! The Cape Breton Partnership, in collaboration with Nova Scotia Works, Cape Breton University, Nova Scotia Community College, and the Municipalities of the Counties of Inverness and...
ST. PETER’S: Partners in life and business, Kate Fotheringham and Jim Chadwick recently celebrated the grand opening of Back on the Rack Consignment Boutique. The shop, located upstairs at 9941 Grenville Street in St. Peter’s, takes clothing and shoes on...
HALIFAX: More high school students will have access to hands-on learning opportunities to help them prepare for careers with the expansion of Skilled Trades Centres. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey announced today that seven additional high schools...
Contributed photos -- On June 23 St. Francis De Sales CWL in Lower River hosted a roast beef supper, attended by 165 Parishoners at the Riverdale Community Centre, in honour of Father Duncan MacIsaac’s 25th anniversary...
LOUISDALE: A recent partnership between local high school students and the Louisdale Lions Club has proven to be a win-win situation for the community. On June 4, Lions Club members hosted a barbecue at the Louisdale Lions Community Centre as...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The NSCC Strait Area Campus, which includes the Nautical Institute and the Wagmatcook Learning Center, has received approval to offer five new full-time programs in 2019. One of the programs is the Information Technology Diploma. Information Technology professionals...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A Port Hawkesbury native just might set sail as a result of the Norwegian Cruise Line 2019 Giving Joy Contest. Nancy Kawaja, who graduated from SAERC, is now working in Ottawa, within Ontario’s Catholic School Board as a...
TRURO: Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia has given $13,605 in Community Sparks Grants to seven youth-led, climate change related projects in rural Nova Scotia. The Community Sparks Grants are designed to support innovative, community-based action, and...


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