Sunday, November 17, 2019
ST. PETER’S: Entrepreneurs were given the chance to pitch their ideas as part of a program to spur business development in rural Nova Scotia. On August 29 at the St. Peter’s Marina, the Cape Breton Partnership and...
MULGRAVE: Following the death of her grandfather, 11-year-old Victoria Cook knew she had to pay respects to a man that she says deserved to be remembered for his long battle with cancer. “I loved my Pop...
OTTAWA: Two local First Nations communities will benefit from a federal investment supporting infrastructure improvements and community-driven economic development projects that will help build healthier, more sustainable communities. Funding provided to We’koqma’q First Nation will now allow them...
ANTIGONISH: Tareq Hadhad remains humble speaking about his chocolate company because he knows all too well everything his family has built in the past three years could very well never have happened. Recently the family and...
ANTIGONISH: Last Thursday, Antigonish Town council hosted an open house, providing residents an opportunity to examine the town’s new flood plain study. The study which was completed by engineering consultants CBCL Limited took place at an opportune time...
GUYSBOROUGH: Two local municipalities are benefitting from $9 million investments into green infrastructure in the tune of upgrades to compost facilities and wastewater management systems. Rodger Cuzner, Cape Breton-Canso MP and Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie MLA Lloyd Hines, along...
ANTIGONISH: The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) on the campus of StFX University will receive stable funding for the next eight years to support research and evidence-based knowledge to improve health equity for Canadians.
PAQTNKEK: The Government of Canada is investing in Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation’s flagship development Bayside Travel Centre (BTC). Through the Community Opportunity Readiness Program (CORP), Paqtnkek will receive a total of $3.9 million; $2.9 million was provided for...
DARTMOUTH: Over $775,000 from the Veteran and Family Well-Being Fund will go to support the Canadian Women’s Wellness Initiative and Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia for projects focusing on treatment and recovery. Minister of Veterans Affairs...
MONKS HEAD: Thirty local residents attended an informational walk and talk in Monks Head earlier this month. The event - hosted by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), in partnership with parent organizations Bird Studies Canada...


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