Friday, November 22, 2019
CAP AUGUET: Two years after completing their first fishing boat, the Boudreau family has helped launch another. At around 9 p.m. on November 13, the Breakin’ Traditions hit the water in Cap Auguet, marking 14 months...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Power (NSP) is attributing a rash of power outages in western Richmond County to weather. The most recent service disruption lasted approximately five hours and took place during the early morning hours of...
GUYSBOROUGH: On the same day the fatality inquiry was set to begin, a 60-day adjournment was granted at the request of the newly-hired lawyer representing the Borden family. As the fatality inquiry - looking into what...
MONASTERY: Providing a full range of educational opportunities by ensuring students have the right combination of training and exposure, the provincial government announced in their 2019 school capital plan, and East Antigonish Academy will be receiving a...
OTTAWA, ONTARIO: New Member of Parliament for Cape Breton-Canso, Mike Kelloway, is getting set up after taking his oath of office last week. On November 15, Kelloway was officially sworn in by Canada’s Chief Electoral Officer, Stéphane...
PAQTNKEK: Consent education methods have been developed for the general population in educational institutions, however, there is a need to start considering what an Indigenous way, a community-based way, of teaching about consent might look like and how that perspective...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait regional centre for education (SRCE) has released its enrollment numbers for the 2019-2020 school year. This year student enrollment in the SRCE is 5,952, which is a drop from 6,100 students in the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: In an effort to improve safety, the Town of Port Hawkesbury is providing a little bit of a boost to Strait Area Transit (SAT). During the regular municipal meeting on November 4, Port Hawkesbury Town...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two local municipal councils are both looking forward to having a sit down meeting with Cape Breton-Canso’s new Member of Parliament, Mike Kelloway, to discuss their concerns and priorities. Following the Town...
ANTIGONISH: For the very first time in the history of Canada, Commendations of the Federal Minister of Veterans Affairs have been presented to a mother and son for their efforts. Retired Cpl. Kate MacEachern and her...


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