Cassius Clark races to IWK 250 victory
Coast-to-coast Facebook friendship
Highlights galore during the 156th Antigonish Highland Games
Dr. Jeanie Cameron part of 2019 Hall of Fame Class
MacDonald reflects on stellar heavy events career
Plenty of fond AHG memories for Gerarda MacDonald
Angus Grant remembers ‘high-calibre’ athletes as he enters Hall
Stephanie Grant describes Hall induction as ‘amazing’
Antigonish Highland Society Games’ Hall of Fame welcomes new members
Exploring a flexible labour pool concept for Antigonish
RCMP investigating drowning in Richmond County
ACALA learners and volunteers celebrated
Inverness rife with airport rumours
Antigonish town and county urged to declare climate emergency at June joint council meeting
Creating a more accessible community in Antigonish
NCA leader Stephen Garvey to run in Cumberland-Colchester riding
National Citizens Alliance of Canada (NCA) leader Stephen Garvey has been nominated to run in the Cumberland-Colchester riding in the upcoming federal election. When Garvey, who lives in Alberta, was in Truro for an NCA rally on June 27 he was met ...
Cleanup continues at Hibernia platform spill
Production at the Hibernia platform remains shut down as the Hibernia Management and Development Company (HMDC) continues with response efforts regarding a release of oil from the platform on July 17. HMDC has said the discharge — a ...
Raitt says Atlantic Canadians ready to turf Liberals
There won’t be another Liberal sweep of Atlantic Canada in October’s federal election. That’s the message the deputy leader of the Conservative Party brought to party supporters during a barbecue for former MP and ...
Trail of destruction in Cape Breton Highlands
CHETICAMP, N.S. — Skyline Trail hikers may want to capture natural beauty from every angle but Parks Canada conservationists say visitors are actually causing damage to a delicate ecosystem. By stepping off the trail’s wooden ...
On the Earth’s stage: Discovery Aspiring Geopark ready for final UNESCO site evaluation visit
There has been an immense amount of work leading up to this pivotal moment for the Discovery Aspiring Geopark Inc. (DAGI). With the final site evaluation looming on July 21 for possible certification as a UNESCO Global Geopark, the importance of ...
Driver nowhere to be found after crashing a motorcycle on Pitts early Saturday morning
A motorcycle crash on Pitts Memorial Drive caused a few anxious moments early Saturday morning. When the St. John’s Regional fire department’s personnel arrived on scene, they found a motorcycle lying in the median between the ...
Three of Nova Scotia’s PC MLAs resign to run in federal election
Some longtime Progressive Conservative MLAs will vacate their legislature seats with an eye to the federal scene next month. In a flurry of similar news releases Friday, Chris d’Entremont, Alfie MacLeod and Eddie Orrell announced their ...
Author on Dennis Oland's not guilty verdict: 'Reasonable doubt trumps everything'
Dennis Oland has been found not guilty of second-degree murder in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his multimillionaire father, Richard Oland, after a retrial in Saint John, N.B. Justice Terrence Morrison of the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s ...
Debt-ridden Port Hawkesbury airport a possibility, says mayor
The Town of Port Hawkesbury has laid out a financial forecast of the airport it owns in the event an airport near Inverness is approved, and it paints a picture of red ink. The projected financial statement assumes the operator of the Allan J. ...
New Glasgow looking to analyze urban deer situation
NEW GLASGOW - The Town of New Glasgow has the urban deer problem in its sights. Mayor Nancy Dicks said at a recent public meeting, “people were very concerned” about the issue. As has been the case for several years ...