Thursday, November 14, 2019
ANTIGONISH: Since it was announced last August the landmark business wouldn’t re-open, the place of enjoyment for nearly half-a-century vanished in plain sight from Antigonish. The former owner, Don MacPherson, decided that 2017 would be his final season of operation...
ARICHAT; It's not every teenager in Nova Scotia who can say they have sailed aboard a tall ship in France and England but for Tim Wypper, the cadet program made it possible. Wypper, a Grade 11 student at Richmond Academy,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: While the future of the Nova Scotia – Campeche International Leadership Camp (NSCILC) may be uncertain, three Grade 11 students from different parts of the Strait regional school board (SRSB) catchment area are likely to remember their...
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...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local charity is partnering with schools and surrounding businesses to help feed children in the Strait area. On January 11, the Food4Children Society received a donation of 1,000 pounds of apples from Nova Scotia produce co-operative Scotian...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Building on the work started last year with a people’s school on affordable housing focused on building awareness and inspiring action and a community think tank about housing needs, a recent people’s school explored ways to build the...
OTTAWA, ONTARIO: A former Port Hawkesbury resident might become a big winner in the Norwegian Cruise Line 2019 “Giving Joy Contest,” but if her participation can get people talking about the treatment of the disabled, she’ll be...
MULGRAVE: The committee looking to repurpose the former Mulgrave Memorial Education Centre hosted a series of meetings last week to look at their potential options. Basil Ryan, the director of the Mulgrave and Area Revitalization Committee told...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Councillor Jim Mustard had three questions for those gathered at the municipal office when discussing the collective health and prosperity of young ones. “What’s working? What’s not working? And what more is needed?”
PORT HAWKESBURY: Over 140 of the region’s business and community leaders heard about activities in three key sectors; the creative economy, industry, and a focus on new investments during the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual “State of the...


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