Wednesday, September 30, 2020
BADDECK: Plans by the Cape Breton Food Hub to construct a new processing facility by next spring are closer to becoming a reality. Last week, Jaime Battiste, MP for Sydney-Victoria - on behalf of...
JUDIQUE: Federal MPs were here last week to meet with residents, groups and elected officials to plan for improvements to Internet and cellular phone service in Inverness County. On August 28, the Judique Community...
WHYCOCOMAGH: Representatives with Inverness County were on-hand last week to unveil a new branding, streetscape and façade project for Whycocomagh. Four years ago the municipality had been approached by the Whycocomagh Development Association to...
ANTIGONISH: Offering a sneak peek at how their schools will be operating this academic school year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Strait Regional Centre for Education (SRCE) provided media a tour of Antigonish Education...
ANTIGONISH: The MP for Central Nova says the twinning of Highway 104 is an exciting, game-changing project for the region on one of its most dangerous stretches of highway. “This project is something that...
SYDNEY: In the past four years, approximately 200 immigrants have settled in the region according to the Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership (CBLIP). In an effort to help Cape Bretoners better understand the immigration...
HALIFAX: Plans by the provincial government to have students, teachers and staff in schools on September 8 received more criticism. During a press conference in Halifax on August 19, union leaders representing teachers, education...
HALIFAX: The province announced changes to its testing strategy for post-secondary students and for those entering Nova Scotia. Premier Stephen McNeil, after consultation with the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The consultant who has been hired by the Town of Port Hawkesbury and the Cape Breton Partnership to take on two separate waterfront projects hosted a community engagement session for the first project on August...
HALIFAX: The province’s teacher’s union has problems with plans by the provincial government to re-open schools on September 8. During a media briefing on August 14, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Zack...




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