Thursday, November 14, 2019
MONTREAL, QC: An Isle Madame native who has cultivated an innovative medical practice in Lunenburg over the past 12 years is “humbled” to receive an award from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). Dr. David Martell was named...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A native of Princeville and her business partner in Montreal have launched a major upgrade of four local apartment buildings, with the hope of moving in tenants as early as February. Danita Rooyakkers and her partner Attila Tolnai,...
SYDNEY: A man facing a number of sex-related charges is due in court early next month. Major Gullickson, of Ranni Crescent in Sydney, faces three charges of sexual interference, one count of invitation to sexual touching, three counts of sexual...
ST. PETER’S: It was a favour repaid from a former student to his teacher. In 1991, St. Peter’s District High School student Chris Boucher considered dropping out. One of his teachers, Marc Stone, had a different idea. After consulting with...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University has announced that their food services provider, Sodexo, will be bringing a full-service Starbucks to campus. Bob Hale, StFX’s director of ancillary services, said as part of the recent tendering process for...
By: Marjorie Simmins ISLE MADAME: It all started with giving up television for a year. In 1991, when Isle Madame-based sisters Myra and Eliza Hyland were 11 and five years old respectively, their father, Frederick Hyland said he’d give them each...
PORT HAWKESBURY: From developing the first successful commercial maple syrup business on Cape Breton, Jim Mustard is looking to continue to blaze the trail by being a part of a group of individuals looking to start the first cannabis...
LITTLE ANSE: Despite having doors slammed in its face for more than a decade, a local group will continue trying to fix an aging breakwater that no longer protects the community. Constructed in 1948, the breakwater in Little Anse has...
ST. PETER’S: After 24 years at the home of its originator, Marion MacLeod-Stone, the Glad Tidings Christmas Shop has headed up the road to share space with one of the village’s newest businesses. Diddle’s Café and Bakery, which opened in...
TROY: Offering consumers an alternative to box store inventory is a recently opened store just a few minutes down Route 19 from the Canso Causeway. Needful Things Antiques, Collectables and Pawn is now open for business. “The ‘pawn’ part I’m...


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