Friday, Oct 24th, 2014

In the new business section of Monday’s Antigonish Town Council regularly monthly public meeting agenda, councillor Willie Cormier brought up issues around StFX’s latest Homecoming weekend. Cormier prefaced his remarks with acknowledging how important the university is to the town, then continued to comment on parties during the weekend, where students were drinking on front lawns, driveways, porches and decks, very visible to passing vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Cormier added [...]

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