Sunday, November 17, 2019
LOUISDALE: The Cape Breton-Richmond Progressive Conservative Association held a lobster and steak appreciation dinner on Friday, June 22, at the St. Peter’s Lions Hall. The feast was held by the PC Association to extend a hearty thank you to the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Members of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada recently visited the local area to spread the word about what the group is doing locally and, more generally, to let everyone know March is a special time for...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia’s roads, highways and bridges will see a $300 million investment in capital spending — a $15 million increase from last year. Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Lloyd Hines updated the public on the over 150 projects as...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A recent issue with the swing bridge left traffic backed up on both sides of the Canso Causeway.   Andrew MacPherson, project engineer with Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, said the swing bridge was stuck in the open-for-sea...
CANSO: The Seamen’s Memorial was constructed in 1976 to mark the 75th Anniversary of the incorporation of the Town of Canso by the Canso Lions Club with donations from the Lions and the community. The Seamen’s Memorial highlights...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After spending 22-years in Silicon Valley, Beth Wilson says when it comes to having healthy business relations, we need to recover and distance ourselves from the controlled domination system and rather use an open-minded actualization partnership. “Women are...
STRAIT AREA: A group of residents concerned about the state of health care in Cape Breton held a protest late last week. On November 16, Capers 4 Healthcare marched across the Canso Causeway just before noon. The group was scheduled...
ANTIGONISH: A local university was one of the stops for a religious relic making a journey across the country. The arm of St. Francis Xavier is making stops in Canada as part of a pilgrimage organized by the Archdiocese of...
ARICHAT: The community of Isle Madame will soon receive a new facility for people with disabilities. Late last month, the province announced that over the next two years it will develop eight community-based homes for Nova Scotians with disabilities. The Department...
KEMPT ROAD: Those behind a state-of-the art, multi-purpose facility in the heart of Richmond County are trying to get the word out. Rolf Bouman, founder/president of Canadian Pioneer Estates Ltd, who manages the Friends United Centre in Kempt Road, is...


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