Wednesday, November 25, 2020
ANTIGONISH: The former franchise owner of an illegal medicinal dispensary says ever since her charges were dropped back in March and she turned a leaf on a new business venture – she’s been targeted and harassed by the RCMP.
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...
AULD’S COVE: Canada’s original Irving Big Stop is offering truckers free meals to support the workers keeping Canada’s supply chain running during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Truckers are increasingly being denied hot meals, hot showers or...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The RCMP confirmed it is investigating a couple of bizarre incidents in the town. A Facebook post made by Keisha Price on June 12, describes an encounter relayed to her by a co-worker in the...
ANTIGONISH: With other post-secondary institutions across the province already announcing their decision to fully transition to on-line learning for the upcoming fall semester, StFX University is preparing for students to be back on campus and classes to...
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO: Two former Port Hawkesbury residents, grieving the worst mass shooting in Canadian history, have decided to give back to their former hometown. Arun and Mandira Palit of Richmond Hill, Ontario are...
HALIFAX: A week after announcing the softening of some public health measures, the province explained how they plan to roll back more restrictions. During a press briefing on May 8 in Halifax, Premier Stephen...
WEST LAKE AINSLIE: Inverness District RCMP has identified two people of interest in connection with a theft from a shed on Lake Ainslie Chapel Road in West Lake Ainslie. On September 14 at approximately 7:11 a.m., a...
SACKVILLE: Whether it’s dressing as Cousin Eddie from Christmas Vacation, donning a tutu, or eating a habanero pepper, Antigonish native Eric Anstey goes to some hilarious ends in the name of charity. When asked why he...
HALIFAX: After Farm Credit Canada (FCC) spent weeks trying to track down Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon for defaulting on $178,000 in loan payments, Justice James Chipman granted an Order for Substitute Service today – allowing for...




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