SYDNEY: New businesses create new employment opportunities, and both directly benefit the Cape Breton–Unama’ki economy. That is why the Cape Breton Partnership and Sydney Credit Union have joined together to offer a new and exciting pilot micro-lending program for female entrepreneurs.
TORONTO, ONTARIO: The Loran Scholars Foundation is delighted to share that Marcel Desmond from Dr. John Hugh Gillis Regional High School in Antigonish will be participating in national selections in Toronto on January 31 and February 1.
Photos by Mary HankeyColour Party members (from the left): Florence MacDonald and Michael Robicheau, along with Anna Marie Langley, escorted Gary Burns for his installation as president of legion branch 43.
Photos by Dana MacPhail TouesnardThe members of Branch 47’s newly installed executive committee are (from left) Beverly MacRae, John Fougere and Crystal Owzarek . Noreen McPhee was named the Legionnaire of...
Contributed photos Branch 150 presented its long serving secretary-treasurer, Joan Clannon, with its most prestigious honour, the Legionnaire of the Year Award by Frank Rideout, chair of the honours and awards committee. Besides serving as secretary-treasurer,...
HALIFAX: Workers and business owners affected by the closure of Northern Pulp will be able to attend public information sessions. The Government of Nova Scotia is working with Service Canada and Nova Scotia Works to hold open...
Photos by Jake Boudrot On December 18, the participants of the St. Peter’s Adult Drop-in Centre gathered for their annual holiday celebration at the St. Peter’s Lions Club. This is the 13the year for the...
The Strait-Richmond Hospital Foundation hosted a very successful 16th annual Lights for Life event on December 5. The Strait Richmond Health Care Foundation thanked everyone for their...


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