PORT HAWKESBURY: Two community public transportation services had to temporarily suspended their services until further notice. Strait Area Transit (SAT) serving Inverness County, Richmond County and the Town of Port Hawkesbury, along with Antigonish Community Transit (ACT)...
ANTIGONISH: In a matter of days, a virus has completely changed the landscape of the world in the blink of an eye, including post-secondary institutions like StFX University. With a provincial State of Emergency declared and...
HALIFAX: After too many people broke social isolation rules, the province declared a State of Emergency. “Today, I need to focus on those who are not following public health advice,” Premier Stephen McNeil said during a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A new list of businesses were told to cease operations and Nova Scotia hospitals directed to close their doors to most visitors. “That’s something that we all need to do, is that physical distancing,” Dr....
ANTIGONISH: The Government of Nova Scotia, along with the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and the IWK Health Centre, have increased their measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, the NSHA and IWK are...
STRAIT AREA: Provincial officials, businesses, municipalities, churches, and local organizations are dealing with the shock waves from the global novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). On March 20, Premier Stephen McNeil, Minister of Business Geoff MacLellan and Dr. Robert...
ARICHAT: Municipal staff was asked to get cost estimates for a new roof on a sewage treatment plant. The matter of roof repairs to the sewage treatment plant in Louisdale returned to the table during the...
ARICHAT: Richmond County is giving its financial support to a doctor recruitment group and has joined forces with the Town of Port Hawkesbury. Dorothy Barnard represented Cape Breton South Recruiting for Health at Richmond Municipal Council’s committee-of-the-whole...
ARICHAT: Council has decided to give a property owner more time to clean up their property. On March 9 during Richmond Municipal Council’s committee-of-the-whole meeting, Eastern District Planning Commission (EDPC) building inspector John Martin told council about...
On March 8, homemade poster-making, an art display, and yoga dance at L’Arche Antigonish prepared participants for the ‘Waves of Resistance March’ in support of organizing, learning, honouring, imagining, and celebrating women.Close to 100 people took part...


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