Friday, December 4, 2020
HALIFAX: To protect the health and safety of seniors in long-term care, six Regional Care Units will be established across the province, including Antigonish. The provincial government has budgeted up to $6.2 million for...
IRON MINES: L’Arche Cape Breton wants roadside littering to stop. On November 5, staff and residents of the Inverness County facility attended a “peaceful, anti-littering rally” along Orangedale Road. L’Arche outreach...
WE’KOQMA’Q FIRST NATION: The chief of a local First Nations band says her council is actively pursuing a land claim with the neighbours in the village of Whycocomagh. Chief Annie Bernard-Daisley, who was recently...
GRAND ANSE: After a challenging year for everyone, two Richmond County residents are proud their Christmas gift will bring happiness to many people. The Tree for Boston is the annual gift Nova Scotia sends...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After waiting for six months, graduates of the NSCC Strait Area Campus finally received a proper celebration of their accomplishments. On Saturday, the Class of 2020 was honoured in a virtual convocation...
MEMBERTOU: Clearwater Seafoods Incorporated, one of the largest fully-integrated seafood companies in North America, is now owned by a coalition of local Mi’kmaq First Nations including Paqtntkek, We’koqma’q, and Potlotek. “I am incredibly proud...
STRAIT AREA: As large public gatherings are still not permitted, two local legion branches will be hosting very different Remembrance Day services this year. All changes to standard Remembrance Day activities have been made...
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO: The author of a new book about nurses during World War I says his work is relevant for these unprecedented times as health care workers toil on the front lines. Former Port...
PORT HAWKESBURY: At their general meeting in March, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43 hosted Retired Sergeant Tyson Bowen who gave an engaging overview of the project he is working on in Lorne to provide needed support to...
ANTIGONISH: The centerpiece of the Remembrance Day ceremony in Antigonish has moved locations. The First World War monument, which had been located in Chisholm Park, was moved to Columbus Field on September 15 to...




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