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Neil Corbett of Cape Jack is a candidate for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish District 9 seat. Contributed

Neil Corbett is running for the District 9 seat in the Municipality of the County of Antigonish.     A by-election to fill the vacancy, which came after the death of Warden Russell Boucher in May, will take place Saturday, Aug. 19.     “I know the community needs somebody to represent them.  I really wanted to put my name forward and would be honoured to represent District 9,” Corbett said.     [...]

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