Cape Breton Post
Number of Lyme disease cases rising in province
Lobster landings looking good
Nostalgia, craftsmanship driving Shelburne toboggan business
Seal Island Light Museum shines a light on women abuse; Shelburne vigil draws attention too
Giving voices to those silenced: Vigil being held in Shelburne Dec. 7
Postcard written day before Halifax explosion death made its way to family in Yarmouth
Safe opening day to lobster season off southwestern N.S.; some calls for assistance on Day 2
SOUTHWESTERN N.S. – Dumping day, the most risky day of the six-month lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia, was reported to have been a safe day with no incidents occurring. But day two of the season has not been incident free while ...
Municipalities support quest for Doppler radar
YARMOUTH - The Municipality of Yarmouth is going to continue pinging the federal government for a Doppler radar weather system to service southwestern Nova Scotia. The municipality informed the federal environment minister ...
PHOTOS: Dumping Day kicks off 2017-18 lobster season
SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S. – THE 2017-18 lobster fishery got off to a start on Tuesday, Nov. 28 – a day later than original scheduled due to the weather. Here's a look at some of the activity in the region. ...
Celebrating the season in Barrington
BARRINGTON, N.S. – As part of the Municipality of Barrington’s annual Festival of Lights, the Barrington and Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade of Lights was held the evening of Nov. 25. Here are some images from the ...
Taking the plunge in the annual Lobster Dip
The fourth annual Lobster Dip was held Nov. 25 in the water at North East Point at the Cape Sable Island causeway. The event had a Canada 150 theme and also served as a fundraiser for the Barrington Municipal High School Me To We team, which is ...
Developing UPDATED: Acadia and its faculty avoid strike after tentative agreement reached
Acadia will not see a strike today after it’s board of governors and the faculty union have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract ...
DUMPING DAY DELAYED: Forecasted winds cancel Nov. 27 start of lobster season
The opening of the lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia has been delayed due to the forecasted high winds. The season, which was to have started on Monday, Nov. 27, with dumping day, will only start Tuesday at the earliest. A decision ...
More than 20 headstone pillars toppled at historic Wolfville cemetery
More than 20 headstone pillars have been pushed over at the Willowbank Cemetery in what its manager says is the worst vandalism he’s ever seen. ...
Barrington Passage woman meets father for the first time
Imagine you’re a father of three grown kids, a grandfather of three, you’re thousands of miles from home at a remote Northern B.C. construction camp, and you get a Facebook message from the daughter you never knew you had. Well, if ...
SAR assets lined up for lobster dumping day off southwestern Nova Scotia
SOUTHWESTERN NS – Inshore and offshore Search and Rescue (SAR) platforms will already be on the fishing grounds and in position when lobster fishermen in LFAs 33 and 34 head out to set their traps on dumping day. A total of 12 ...