Friday, November 22, 2019
POIRIERVILLE: A general store which was a fixture on the north side of Isle Madame for decades had its origins in the Second World War. More than a million Canadians served in the Armed Forces during World...
ANTIGONISH: Rural branches of the Royal Canadian Legion tend to suffer in Nova Scotia due to smaller population sizes and membership competition between local clubs, but in Antigonish, the legion is thriving. With more than 100...
ANTIGONISH: Ten days after Henry Van Berkel’s parents gave birth to their first child on April 27, 1940, the Nazi regime launched a surprise attack on their native country of the Netherlands that resulted in a five-year German occupation.
SYDNEY: High school students from across Cape Breton, as well as Guysborough County, were give a golden opportunity recently. On October 29, over 80 high school students and 30 business representatives from across Cape Breton met...
MONASTERY: Mi’kmaq songwriter George Paul’s most famous spiritual song has been given a local reprise by a group of elementary students. “He is a very inspirational man and we believe his legacy should carry on,” Buffy MacNeil,...
ANTIGONISH: Community efforts in doctor recruitment and retention in Antigonish are receiving a bit of a boost from the province. St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation is receiving a $10,000 grant through the new healthy communities stream - from...
WE’KOQMA’Q: A cousin of Cassidy Bernard has recently been elected as president of the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association (NSNWA) and will now act as an important voice for all Indigenous women across the province. Annie Bernard-Daisley,...
SYDNEY: The people of Cape Breton and Northeastern Nova Scotia have a rich history that includes sharing tales best saved for a dark and spooky night. Two of the island’s best experts on all things frightening are...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Three noteworthy groups had their cases heard by 100 Women Who Care (WWC) Rural Cape Breton, and as a result, the Whycocomagh and Area Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary will be receiving at least $16,000.
WE’KOQMA’Q: On the one-year anniversary of the death of Cassidy Bernard, approximately 150 people stood along a stretch of Trans-Canada Highway 105 near the We’koqma’q First Nation. Approximately 150 people lined Trans-Canada Highway 105 near...


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