Wednesday, January 29, 2020
INVERNESS: The 3rd Annual “Welcoming our Youngest Citizens” celebrations are taking place across western Cape Breton to coincide with Universal Children’s Day on November 20. Universal Children’s Day offers an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote, and celebrate...
PORT HAWKESBURY: “100 Women Who Care Rural Cape Breton” hosted their third annual event on October 23 at the Bear Head Room of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. Women from across rural Cape Breton gathered to...
ST. PETER’S: The village of St. Peter’s has more new businesses. New Orleans Pizza, Robin’s, and Subway are the newest additions to the local dining scene. The trio of businesses held their grand opening on October 26.
Photos by Drake Lowthers -- A member of the RCMP stands at attention during the signing of “O’ Canada” during Havre Boucher’s Remembrance Day service on November 3. A portion of the...
HALIFAX: The provincial government has announced 26 successful applicants to the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Program. These non-profit organizations can now add solar electricity systems to their buildings and sell the energy generated to their local...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On October 16, about 200 Strait regional centre for education Grades 6 to 12 students, staff and chaperones joined thousands of others at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax for an exciting, international and educational event, WE Day Atlantic.
ANTIGONISH: The Antigonish Chamber of Commerce pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 Antigonish Business Awards: The Ian Spencer Excellence in Business Award, sponsored by CBDC-NOBL, is in recognition of Spencer’s commitment to bridging the...
HALIFAX: The provincial government has announced a $1.4 million investment for first-responder organizations across Nova Scotia to purchase necessary safety equipment. "Many of these organizations are supported by volunteers, who put countless hours into training and responding...
HALIFAX: The provincial government has approved funding for two local public transportation groups. The Public Transit Assistance Program is providing $2.9 million in grants to groups from Sydney to Yarmouth, including Strait Area Transit and the...


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