Thursday, October 21, 2021
ANTIGONISH: Councillors within the Municipality of the County of Antigonish have provided their ultimate stamp of approval for their strategic plan. “Every council term, we sit down and we look at strategic initiatives and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) has taken a giant step in reconciliation by being the first learning institution to adopt the two-eyed seeing philosophy, all while appointing the architect of the movement as the...
ANTIGONISH: In her report on the RK MacDonald Nursing Home during the Municipality of the County of Antigonish’s regular monthly council meeting on Oct. 12, Councillor Mary MacLellan provided an update on the search for a new...
HALIFAX: The MLAs for Inverness and Antigonish said additional funding to transfer Nova Scotians between health care facilities will free up ambulances and paramedics. On Oct. 7, the provincial government announced that new staff...
ESKASONI: A new school has been launched with an eye toward creating jobs, and providing skills and education for Indigenous youth across Cape Breton. The Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office (MEBO), Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey (MK) and...
HALIFAX: The Mass Casualty Commission says “no fact is too small” as it delays public hearings on April 2020’s mass shooting and arson rampage to ensure the most accurate information is shared with Nova Scotians.
PORT HAWKESBURY: The town established deadlines for Halloween. During the Oct. 5 regular monthly meeting, Port Hawkesbury Town Council determined that trick-or-treating must stop by 8 p.m. Halloween night. As a...
MULGRAVE: Councillors in the Town of Mulgrave discussed several parcels of land that they may soon put up on the market. During Mulgrave’s regular monthly council meeting on Oct. 4, seven surplus properties were...
PORT HOOD: Last summer’s water shortage in the village of Inverness was the subject of a staff report to council. During the Oct. 7 regular monthly meeting of Inverness Municipal Council, staff members reported...
PORT HOOD: Councillors say they are receiving calls from the public asking for a heavy garbage pick-up this fall. “I’ve had several calls from residents wondering if we are going to have heavy pick-up,”...




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