Saturday, December 5, 2020
As if waiting in traffic for two hours in sweltering late summer heat isn’t enough, motorists were further insulted when officials responsible for the delay pointed fingers rather than taking responsibility. After a number of lengthy delays at the Canso...
There was been a whirlwind of activity surrounding contract negotiations between the Government of Nova Scotia and the province’s teachers. On November 28, the Nova Scotia Teacher's Union (NSTU) announced their intention to exercise their work-to-rule option, so that on...
The newly restored riding of Richmond, which takes in the entire Municipality of the County of Richmond, will be a hotly contested race in the next provincial election. The riding was called Richmond until...
The Town of Port Hawkesbury and the Municipality of the County of Richmond are joining forces on a couple of fronts. During the regular monthly meeting of Port Hawkesbury Town Council on March 5, councillors passed a motion from an...
On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, during the 11th month, we gather to remember the sacrifices of those who served and continue to serve their country. Those who lost their lives in service to their country, or in...
Despite the need, this region will not be receiving new Emergency Health Services (EHS) vehicles. Under a one-year pilot project called the Medical Transport Service, the province announced on November 24 that it purchased...
Nova Scotia Power (NSP) appears to be ignoring one the major causes of recent power outages; the lack of proper and regular maintenance of infrastructure serving parts of Richmond County. Since the summer, the western part...
Municipal councils deserve support in lobbying the provincial government to add Unama’ki to the “Welcome to Cape Breton” sign at the Canso Causeway. At January’s regular monthly meeting, Port Hawkesbury Town Council approved a draft of a letter to be...
The first days of the new year is an opportune time to scan through past editions of The Reporter to review the shocking headlines, news makers, trends, and people who shaped 2019. As was the case last...
A bit of outside-the-box thinking might go a long way toward remedying the issue of wharves in Port Hood and on Port Hood Island. The wharves were dealt something of a death blow on December 16 of last year when...




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