Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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: The Nova Scotia Landowners and Forest Fibre Producers Association (NSLFPA) and the Cape Breton Privateland Partnership (CBPP) hosted the first Maritime Forest Carbon Opportunities Conference last week in Port Hawkesbury. Kari Easthouse, a forester with the Nova Scotia...
PAQTNKEK: Providing safe access and creating economic opportunities for the Paqtnkek First Nation in Antigonish County, Exit 36-B, a new interchange on Highway 104 was constructed - allowing access to the southern roads of the community for the first...
ANTIGONISH: An event on the local campus was an attempt to get the business community together. Last week, StFX University’s Keating Millennium Centre played host to the Antigonish Business Forum organized by the Town of Antigonish, the Municipality of the...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Councillor Laurie Cranton will sit at the head of the table when it comes to the Built Environment Standard Development Committee. “The big goal will be to review the building code and look...
LOWER SOUTH RIVER: A local landmark is up for sale. After running things for around 45 years, Don MacPherson is hoping someone new will step in and take over the Snow Queen Leisure World. MacPherson originally took over the business...
CHURCH POINT: The Marine Research Centre in Isle Madame will be an integral part of a new lobster quality and innovation project conducting cutting-edge research. On February 26, the province announced a new $2.5 million facility tasked...
WHYCOCOMAGH: Some of the newest residents of Inverness County introduced themselves to locals at The Farmer’s Daughter last Saturday. “Everyone’s fitting in well,” said Sandee MacLean, who runs the general store and bakery in Whycocomagh with her sister, Heather Coulombe. “When...
PETIT DE GRAT: Although it looks much different these days, those overseeing the renovation project at a local church are very pleased with the results. Earlier this month, HBJ Contractors removed the steeple, cross and bell from St. Joseph’s Church...
CAPE BRETON: The small island of Cape Breton welcomed nearly 200 new residents in 2018. According to numbers released on permanent residents from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, it was highlighted Cape Breton welcomed 190 immigrants, with a total of...




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