Wednesday, September 22, 2021
WE’KOQMA’Q: The Annual Ceremonial Review for RCSCC 355 Cape Breton was held on May 7. In attendance were community members, parents/guardians, dignitaries, representatives from the Royal Canadian Legion - Nancy Turbill and Dougall MacLean, Reviewing Officer George Sark, United States...
HALIFAX: Children and families will have improved access to child care from a $2.4 million investment that will create more than 750 new spaces. Thirteen regulated child care centres and 14 regulated family home child care agencies were awarded $2.4...
MULGRAVE: Two mainstays of the volunteer fire department have decided to hang up their hats. A couple of weeks ago, Michael and Evangeline Breen decided that after decades volunteering, they will both retire from...
SYDNEY: It started out as a unique way to recruit employees to work at a general store in Whycocomagh. Today, it’s led to an inbound marketing campaign and launch of www.welcometocapebreton.ca to promote the benefits of living, working, studying or...
TRURO: Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia (RCF) is pleased to announce its participation in the Pilot Fund for Gender Equality in Canada, a new collaboration between Community Foundations of Canada and the Equality Fund which is supported by the Government...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Every year the Royal Canadian Legion holds its country-wide Poster and Literary Contest. It is open to all Canadian students and offers an opportunity for the students to express their thoughts and...
CANSO: It was a sunny afternoon on August 11 as a large crowd gathered at the Seamen’s Memorial for the 43rd annual Provincial Seamen’s Memorial Service. MC Lion Ray White welcomed area clergy, politicians and a large...
Contributed photo Cape Nova Council 7924 held its installation of officers on September 17 at St. Joseph’s Church in Port Hawkesbury. At the Knights of Columbus ceremony were (front row, from the left): Joe Praught, Joe MacNeil, Rene Samson, Fr....




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