Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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...
HALIFAX: The NDP is calling on government to enact an immediate ban on conversion therapy in Nova Scotia. Conversion therapy is based on the inaccurate belief that sexuality and gender identity can be changed, and has been opposed by...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Organizers of a wide-ranging initiative to develop toddler-friendly spaces throughout Inverness and Victoria Counties and the Town of Port Hawkesbury are enlisting the Strait regional school board (SRSB) to help local children get off on the right...
HALIFAX: With the preparatory phase of an independent review of Nova Scotia’s forest practices set to get under way this month, the provincial Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering few details as to the nature of this review’s...
HALIFAX: After too many people broke social isolation rules, the province declared a State of Emergency. “Today, I need to focus on those who are not following public health advice,” Premier Stephen McNeil said during a...
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...
PORT HAWKESBURY: First Nations and municipal leaders, educators, health care workers, and citizens of all ages came together last week to develop a strategy for supporting children in their communities. Over 75 people took part in last Wednesday’s “Raising the...
PORT HOOD: Cape Breton is losing, on average, 800 people every year. The Cape Breton Partnership wants to change that. “As the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in Canada, immigration will become a priority source of population...
ANTIGONISH: Justin Trudeau says young people are not the leaders of tomorrow, but the leaders of today. The Prime Minister made the statement during the opening ceremonies of the Nova Scotia Liberal Annual General Meeting (AGM)...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local convenience store and gas bar is one of the latest nominees in Advocate Media’s “Shine On” campaign. Kathleen Leblanc nominated Need’s Convenience and Fast Fuel of Port Hawkesbury in the...




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