Tuesday, January 28, 2020
PORT HOOD: An in-camera session lasting almost two hours topped off Inverness Municipal Council’s meeting last Thursday where recent allegations leveled against staff were discussed. In-camera sessions are closed to the public, so none of the council...
ANTIGONISH: After a number of collisions and requests from municipal council, changes were made to a local intersection and more are coming. On January 3, the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal announced the closure...
ANTIGONISH: Two former StFX students were acquitted of sexually assaulting another student in Nova Scotia Supreme Court. Jonah Williams, 21, and Tyler Ball, 20, played defensive back for the X-Men football team when they were accused...
DARTMOUTH: The police have arrested another man in connection with an unusual incident that took place along Trans-Canada Highway 105 three-years-ago. On November 1, the RCMP announced the arrest of 37-year-old David James Bishop from Dartmouth in...
ANTIGONISH: The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) changed a policy that gave eligible patients of St. Martha’s Regional Hospital access to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) services. The health authority’s vice-president of health services said although NSHA...
OTTAWA: Two local First Nations communities benefited 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 allowed them to upgrade the...
PORT HOOD: For a guy with a Stanley Cup ring and an Olympic gold medal, not to mention past accolades as a Norris Trophy and Conn Smythe Trophy winner, Al MacInnis wouldn’t seem the sort of guy to have...
POINT TUPPER: Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) issued a press release explaining that a fire in one of the woodchip silos on the mill site didn’t impact production. PHP said the mill’s Emergency Response Team and the Louisdale...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Randy Delorey, Antigonish MLA and the Minister of Health and Wellness, announced funding for $20,000 for the design, fabrication and installation of new signs on Reeves Street. Delorey echoed Port Hawkesbury Mayor Brenda Chisholm-Beaton’s comments...
GLACE BAY: In his hometown of Glace Bay, long-time Cape Breton-Canso MP Rodger Cuzner announced he would not seek re-election in the federal election. Calling it the worst kept secret in Cape Breton, Cuzner advised a group...


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