Thursday, November 14, 2019
By the year Canada became a nation, 150 years ago, Dugald Buchanan McNab had been serving the people of Cape Breton in various capacities for over 45 years, chiefly as a land surveyor. He was a native of Scotland, and...
She grew up in an era of pretty severe poverty. She and her parents weathered the Great Depression, and money was always a very big concern. Despite this she achieved more in her lifetime than many will ever know. Our...
If you’ve had a test or procedure in any one of the hospitals or health centres operated by the Nova Scotia Health Authority, chances are that some of the equipment used in your care was purchased by a healthcare...
Doctors and nurses are realities for many, especially those sick at home or in the hospital. I know this for a fact because I have experienced and witnessed this back in June and July of 2016. My aging mother was ill...
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people of district 6 in Inverness County for your support and faith in my ability to represent you as your councillor. On October 15, I was humbled by the voice...
  Mental health is an issue that’s important to all of us, as it touches so many of our families and friends. In fact, one in five Canadians is affected by mental illness. That’s why the government will keep looking...
I frequently think of environmental changes happening worldwide and the impacts of those occurrences for us and future generations. I also contemplate how the consequences of our environment-affecting actions - or inactions - will impact upon other living creatures...
I am writing this in regards to a Letter to the Editor which was published in the January 23 edition of The Reporter. In Chapter 1, Section 102 of the legion’s “Ritual, Awards and Protocol Manual” designating “Legion Dress” and...
Canadian workers have been facing a direct threat to their livelihood for months. And despite having over a year to prepare for this situation, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have made it clear that they don’t...
Certainly not a new and emerging challenge, sub-par communications infrastructure continues to dampen best efforts to retain and attract businesses in our rural Nova Scotia communities. The bottleneck in broadband connectivity is one that has continued to oppose rural Nova...


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