Thursday, October 1, 2020
ARICHAT: A heated debate over the cost of four years of legal fees incurred by the municipality received a lot of attention. During the September 14 committee-of-the-whole meeting of Richmond Municipal Council, district 5...
ANTIGONISH: The Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Nova says food insecurity is something far too many Canadians experience as a reality in their day-to-day lives, and as a result, a number of local food banks, including...
CAPE BRETON: Last week, the leader of the Nova Scotia NDP visited Cape Breton to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 in the region and what an economic recovery could look like. Gary Burrill said...
POTLOTEK FIRST NATION: Peace and harmony will be kept and maintained on the waters of St. Peter’s Bay as a local First Nation community begins their own self-regulated fishery. Leadership between the Potlotek First...
ANTIGONISH: A representative with the Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Agricultural Centre says a $150,000 contribution from the provincial government towards the installation of a solar panel system will reduce operational costs on an ongoing basis.
CENTRAL NOVA: There is a serious push to get Peter MacKay to return to federal politics in his home riding for the next federal election. Members of the Central Nova Conservative Riding Association said...
STRAIT AREA: The region was hit with surging tides, powerful winds and heavy rain last week, brought on by former hurricane Teddy. The region was hit by a storm surge of approximately 50 centimetres...
POINT MICHAUD: The RCMP has confirmed that 52-year-old Darlene Berthier-Sampson, who was missing from Point Michaud since 1 p.m. on September 27, has been found and is safe. Sgt. Andrew Joyce, Public Information Officer...
ST. PETER’S: A group wanting to re-affirm the reproductive rights of women has put-up two signs here to drive their point home. Two new “Pro-Choice” signs were erected this summer at each end of...
AMHERST: A national group that oversees paint recycling programs says local residents are doing an excellent job. The not-for-profit organization Product Care Recycling reported that Port Hawkesbury residents recycled over 3,000 litres of paint...




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