HALIFAX: A former refugee fleeing the Syrian Civil War, who then went on to start a successful business and have his story told around the world, and a local musician who rose to international acclaim, have been...
SYDNEY: In an effort to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on newcomers to Canada living in Cape Breton, the Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership (CBLIP) is hosting an interactive, on-line session “Newcomer Conversations –...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Over the long weekend in May, the Port Hawkesbury Baptist Church celebrated its 50th year of ministry in the town. The ministry began in 1969 when a number of families moved to Port Hawkesbury...
SHEDIAC, NEW BRUNSWICK: The Maritime Fishermen’s Union (MFU) Local 4 voted unanimously to contribute $5,000 to Feed Nova Scotia. The decision was made at a recent membership meeting in Stellarton, according to a press...
ANTIGONISH: Antigonish County District RCMP are investigating an incident of hate-motivated mischief that occurred in the Town of Antigonish in early October. On Nov. 23, RCMP disclosed that on Oct. 8, Antigonish County District...
By Alec Bruce, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Guysborough Journal CANSO: It’s natural, even laudable, to want to nurse historic graveyards back to life, but sometimes the best medicine is no medicine...
ANTIGONISH: A local student’s interactive take on exploring mathematical concepts has gained her recognition at an annual conference in Fredericton. StFX student Katie MacEachern received a third place Research Award at this year’s Science Atlantic Math, Statistics, and Computer Science...
Photos by Dana MacPhail-TouesnardCathy Campbell, one of the Johnstown Milling Frolic’s song leaders and organizers said she was pleased to see so many people, from near and far, return to the community’s parish hall for the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Just six minutes away from the Canso Causeway, people are encouraged to begin their Cape Breton Island experience by visiting the Port Hawkesbury Market. After crossing from the mainland, turn right and drive along Highway...
PETIT DE GRAT: Government is supporting an active transportation project in Petit de Grat that will make it easier and safer for residents to walk or bike along Route 206. Energy Minister Michel Samson announced funding of $50,000 on October...




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