Barrington doctor accepting new patients
‘We need action’: MLA brings Shelburne homelessness concerns to NS legislature
Editorial: Clock’s ticking
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Assaults, accidents top calls for Annapolis District RCMP
Clare-Digby minor hockey gets $5,000 from Maritime NHL’ers 4 Kids charity
Liverpool Lions Club damaged in fire
Hurricanes Hockey steadily improving
Popular Ukulele Ceilidh returns to Liverpool
Cape Breton Post
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Do the right thing on electoral boundaries
LETTER: The LGBTQ2 community needs to be visible to protect rights, itself
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thoughts on the Capped Assessment Program, changes needed
LETTER: The social side of fishing
Letter: Towns could annex municipal areas to grow in Shelburne County
Letter: Municipal leader says Town of Shelburne should consider dissolution
Letter: A special bunny delivery made to White Point Beach Resort
On August 19th and 20th (Wednesday & Thursday) my husband and I attended the reunion of our Bridgewater High School Graduating Class of 1957 at White Point Beach Resort. We left the Lodge late Thursday morning and drove to Bridgewater and ...
LETTER: Real high speed Internet needed in rural Shelburne County
I am writing this letter in regards to the Internet availability in Shelburne County. It was my understanding that we were to have high speed Internet all across Nova Scotia as of 2015. I work in Nova Scotia for 3-4 months of every year from my ...
LETTER: "Redneck" organizer sad Shelburne event caused controversy
I have remained silent concerning the topic of the “Redneck” controversy. I feel that now that the event is over it is time I shared my thoughts. My name is Banjo Bubba. I hosted and sponsored this fun event. I am saddened that an event that was ...
LETTER: Redneck moniker damages Shelburne’s reputation
As an attendee at the July 6 meeting, I can safely say that there was no indication of “town officials” taking seriously the complaints by Josh Brown or several others who testified opposing the “redneck” event at Founders’ Days. Despite what ...
Letter: Cox Warehouse renovation a tremendous achievement
The Cox WarehousePhase 1 of the Cox Warehouse Redevelopment Project was completed one year ago. Yes, the project has left the Shelburne Historical Society with a considerable financial debt. However, there is much to celebrate, as well. The ...
Letter: Loss of Shelburne doctor an unhappy "I told you so"
In the grand scheme of things, "I told you so!" is not worth very much - other than perhaps a little self-satisfaction. There might even be a little humour if one looked hard enough, but, this is not a humorous matter. Yet another one of our doctors ...
Letter: Cox Warehouse is “the Real Deal”
In my opinion the Cox Warehouse is a very important piece of a big picture. This area is one of the most significant wooden built 1700’s homes and structures inventory, left in North America. As an example, when one sees a drawing of Halifax back in ...
Letter: Don’t let lobster levy happen
Lobsters from Nova Scotia are being shipped around the world.It has been very frustrating to me with all that I’ve been reading in the papers and magazines concerning the lobster levy, which is absolutely ridiculous. It is nothing more than a free ...
Letter: Slowly nothing happens for Shelburne and the cost rises
Last night (I am writing this on Wednesday) 175 of us sat through a two hour meeting at the Shelburne Community Center auditorium for the purpose of hearing from the Department of Health (DOH), the latest on the Roseway Hospital Emergency Room (ER) ...
Letter: Community rallies to support Cox Warehouse …or does it?
A few years ago there was a loud hue and cry from a small group of Shelburne and area citizens, exhorting the Shelburne Historical Society, which owns the Cox Warehouse, not to allow a developer to destroy the building and erect condominiums on ...