Thursday, April 15, 2021
INVERNESS COUNTY: Nearly five years ago, Inverness County welcomed its first Syrian refugees and since then several families call Inverness County home. The Syrian Family Reunification Project committee has been working to help resettle...
STRAIT AREA: The community-led healthcare recruitment and retention group, Cape Breton South Recruiting for Health (CBSRH), has been developing strategies on how to better attract and retain healthcare professionals as a community. The CBSRH team works with...
ANTIGONISH: It’s a symbol of achievement for graduating students at St. Francis Xavier University. December 3, Feast of St. Francis, is the day graduating students receive their X-Ring – one of the most recognizable rings in the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors is pleased to announce that Misty MacDonald has been selected as their new executive director, effective November 23. MacDonald is a graduate of...
ANTIGONISH: A new chapter in St. Francis Xavier University history began as its 19th President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Andy Hakin was installed. “I have been on an unchartered academic journey since I first entered...
HALIFAX: Women of courage, a corporate executive, a deputy minister and a journeyperson are Nova Scotians named in this year’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). Premier...
IRON MINES: Step back in time and witness the incredible moments leading up to the birth of Jesus, at L’Arche Cape Breton’s “Drive-Thru Bethlehem.” Come and join L’Arche members and friends as they re-enact...
INVERNESS: Cabot Links has made a generous and timely donation to the Inverness Development Association (IDA). An agreement between the two organizations provides for a payment of $1 per round played on Cabot Links...
HALIFAX: A special tree received a heartfelt farewell on Monday. The 45-foot white spruce from Richmond County is a thank-you gift to the people of Boston for their immediate support following the Halifax Explosion...
HALIFAX: The province is investing $960,000 in 88 projects through Community ACCESS-Ability grants to improve accessibility in buildings and public spaces. Community ACCESS-Ability grants help with improvements like ramps, power door operators and lever...




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