PORT HAWKESBURY: The Rotary Club of Port Hawkesbury held its AGM on November 29 at the Maritime Inn. Club President, Chris Cook, reviewed the activities of the past year. Some highlights include: a $1,000 donation to the Port of Welcome Settlement Committee;...
ANTIGONISH: Starting in September, students at StFX will be able to enroll in an innovative new degree that will allow them to study health from both an arts and science perspective. The Bachelor of Arts and Science in Health...
HALIFAX: Before the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities annual conference in Halifax from November 29-December 2, the board of Strait Area Transit (SAT) put out an invitation to neighbouring municipalities to take a charter to the conference. SAT explained the...
SYDNEY: Authentic Seacoast Distilling Company Ltd. launched the newest member of their award-winning GLYNNEVAN® Whisky family, a triple barrelled Canadian rye whisky finished in FortressTM Rum barrels from the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled...
POINT TUPPER: Since first signing the Forest Utilization License Agreement with the Province of Nova Scotia, Port Hawkesbury Paper LP (PHP) has continued to demonstrate environmentally sustainable and socially responsible forestry. Now in their fifth year of operation, the company...
ARICHAT:Every year, the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia holds their Walk for Alzheimer’s. This major fundraiser raises money to support programs and services that improve the quality of life for people living with dementia and their families. A big part...
HALIFAX: Twenty Nova Scotia paramedics have been awarded the Emergency Medical Services Exemplary Services Medal for their service to Nova Scotians in their time of need. The 20 paramedics have dedicated their careers to providing high-quality emergency health care, sometimes...
ANTIGONISH: The legacy of the late Judge John C. Friel, a dedicated StFX alumnus, will live on at his beloved alma mater, thanks to a recently created speaker series designed to enhance student advocacy. StFX alumnus, and Deputy Chair of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: the Inverness South chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Canada is now conducting their annual Red Ribbon Campaign, an annual Christmas-season initiative which is designed to raise awareness of the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Along with...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Knights of Columbus Cape Nova Council 7924 received the Columbian Award on November 12. The Columbian Award is a yearly award presented to Knights of Columbus councils which have achieved excellence in various programs and activities.




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