Saturday, Nov 18th, 2017

A very familiar face has retired from Ron MacGillivray Chevrolet Buick GMC. After 50 years and four months, Linda Boudreau called Nov. 2 her last day at the popular dealership on St. Andrews Street in Antigonish. Richard MacKenzie

Thirty years with one business is impressive. Forty would be very, very impressive, and 50; well, that’s pretty much unheard of these days. Hello Linda Boudreau. After 50 years and four months; on Nov .2, Boudreau retired from her job – or jobs – at Ron MacGillivray Chevrolet Buick GMC. “I think today I have kind of mixed emotions; the place has been like family for 50 years,” Boudreau said [...]

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