Wednesday, January 29, 2020
HALIFAX: A man from Port Hood who survived the fatal capsizing of a fishing boat last year was rewarded for his heroism. On December 4, Elijah Watts of Port Hood was awarded the Nova Scotia Medal...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Students in the business administration, office administration, social services and behaviour intervention programs at the Nova Scotia Community College had the opportunity to mingle with industry representatives during a networking session last Thursday. The Fall Connections...
ANTIGONISH: Discussing successful projects across the province and new ideas for offering better services to Nova Scotians, the NDP caucus hosted a series of community suppers this past month. “Prosperity Shared: The Commission for Economic Equality in...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Last Friday was a big day at the Reach Church, but in a way, every Friday at the Reach Church is a big day – at least for youngsters in the area. “We host...
WHYCOCOMAGH: The director of a local daycare says shortages of qualified Early Childhood Educators (ECE) have put a serious strain on them and it simply can’t function the way it once did. In September, the Whycocomagh...
WE’KOQMA’Q FIRST NATION: After 405 days of remaining tight-lipped, the RCMP have finally provided their first update on the suspicious death of Cassidy Bernard. The father of Cassidy’s twin daughters, 20-year-old Dwight Austin Isadore of Wagmatcook First...
ANTIGONISH: Helping to bridge the gap between university students and employers, StFX University is inviting all potential employers to attend their second annual “Connect @ X” event – a networking dinner to connect employers with the...
PORT HOOD: It’s a tall order, but helping to alleviate the affordable housing shortage in Inverness County is the mandate of Westside Enterprises and entrepreneur Damian MacInnis. “There’s a lot of work to do, but with...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A community leader greatly respected for helping families through end-of-life situations has left this world far too early.   “He was someone who cared about people, and I don’t know if you can say something that’s...
MABOU: A whole lot still has to be worked out, but Sara Rankin is hopeful subpar Internet service won’t result in her needing to move Sara Rankin Creative, her graphic design and web design business, from its Mabou home.


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