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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Cape Breton Regional Municip., NS.

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  1. NBN issues quarterly construction updateRead the original story

    1 hr ago | ComputerWorld

    "Today, around one in 10 homes and businesses can connect to the NBN network. Our recently renegotiated construction contracts give us the confidence to schedule more than double that amount to start construction over the next 18 months," said the company's chief operating officer, Greg Adcock.

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  2. Canada Day 2015 celebratedRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Nicole McNeil holds the reins while seven-year-old Ayden McPhee of New Waterford goes for a gentle ride on "Goldie" the pony, owned by Valerie Bert. It was one of many activities available at Hawkes Field in Dominion for Canada Day, Wednesday.

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  3. Strawberry festival planned for July 12 in Bras d'OrRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    BRAS D'OR - Bras d'Or Seniors & Pensioners Club will host a strawberry festival Sunday, July 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the hall, 66 Main Street, Bras d'Or.

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  4. Eskasoni powwow to be "epic"Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    First Nations culture will be celebrated with feasts, song and dance when Atlantic Canada's biggest powwow kicks off this weekend. The 24th annual Eskasoni International Competition Powwow is the first of six such events that will be held across Nova Scotia this summer.

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  5. Sports Hall of Fame honours Dave RatchfordRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | HarnessLink.com

    Dave Ratchford has proven that he is comfortable with reigns in hand. He is pictured here during a recent race at Northside Downs For Ratchford, it has been very much a family affair.

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  6. In the Herald: July 2, 1912Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Canberra Times

    "Superintendent of Detectives Mr Roche has been informed that three North Sydney business firms have been victimised with gilded sixpences which they have accepted as half sovereigns. The bogus coins are a remarkably good imitation of the genuine coin and it is only on the closest scrutiny that the difference is apparent.

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  7. Community events happening across Cape Breton WednesdayRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Sponsored by the Friends of Big Bras d'Or Fire Hall. 7:30 p.m., Belly fit classes at the Big Bras d'Or fire hall.

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  8. Concert at Boisdale fire hall on SundayRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    The Cape Breton Fiddlers Association is sponsoring a concert with special guests at the Boisdale fire hall on the Grand Narrows Highway.

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  9. Olympic to face A-League rivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Northern Territory News

    Darwin Olympic's James Walsh and Celtic's Dion Bandiera duel during the Northern Territory final of the FFA Cup at the Darwin Football Stadium on Saturday night. Olympic drew the champs in the third stage of the draw, which saw four affiliate clubs which had not been drawn in stage two drawn against the four semi-finalists from the 2014/2015 A-League.

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  10. Hodges left feeling guttedRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Northern Territory News

    Under 18 Championships - NT v Tasmania at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne. NT's Patrick Taban in action.

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  11. Olympic to host champions in CupRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Northern Territory News

    Olympic's Josh Horvat takes on Celtic's Dion Bandiera in the NT final of the FFA Cup on Saturday night. Olympic will now host defending champions Adelaide United.

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  12. Glace Bay man encouraging people to attend rally to help save daycare, MondayRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    A Glace Bay man is encouraging people to attend a rally at the Jewels and Gems Day Care Monday, July 6, at 12:30 p.m., in hopes of saving the facility. "This is our children's future we're dealing with here, day care is a good start in life for kids," said Wayne Mauger.

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  13. Seabright Peninsula: Life of the pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Chronicle Herald

    A few decades before Christopher Columbus's battered little ships sighted The Bahamas, a Mi'kmaq was buried with great care on the peninsula in Antigonish Harbour. On the nightly news last week you may have heard a dispute between Mike MacDonald, who found the burial site in 2013 while digging a foundation for his house, and the Crown corporation that sets property values.

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  14. Would-be citizens disappointed as new criteria kick in sooner than expectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Toronto Star

    Antje Splettstoesser was caught off guard by the early implementation of immigration's new residency rules, requiring citizenship applicants to be in the country four out of six years, rather than three out of four. She now has to wait at least one more year to be eligible.

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  15. Memorial should be in Green CoveRead the original story

    Tuesday | Cape Breton Post

    One of the main reasons I support Green Cove as the site for a proposed war memorial is the fact that it will fall under the protection of Parks Canada and the care of the people of the local area who I strongly feel will give it the love, care and respect it so deserves. I am a fellow veteran and I am writing this on my own behalf.

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  16. Jewels and Gems daycare in Glace Bay to permanently closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cape Breton Post

    After serving the community for 36 years, the Jewels and Gems daycare in Glace Bay will be closing for good July 31. "It's devastating but it's a decision we had to make because we're in financial deficit, said Catherine Roach, director. "We can't seem to get full - we are down half our children - we can't operate on what we have and I don't have anyone on a waiting list."

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  17. Boularderie woman sentenced for her role in attack of homeless manRead the original story

    Tuesday | Cape Breton Post

    A judge has sentenced a Boularderie woman to one year in jail and two years of probation for her role in the brutal beating of a homeless man in North Sydney last year. Jennifer Lynn MacLeod, 23, of Calabash Road, had earlier pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact to an aggravated assault, and with breaching her probation by failing to keep the peace and be of good behaviour.

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  18. Summer homes of Canada's aristocracy still stand in Riviere-du-LoupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    The summer home in St Patrick, Quebec where Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada's first prime minister, summer between 1873 and 1890. The summer home in St Patrick, Quebec where Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada's first prime minister, summer between 1873 and 1890.

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  19. 'It's unthinkable,' family of Reserve Mines murder victim says of killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Brandon Kelly's father says his son's plan was to work out west and buy a house for his girlfriend and his nine-month-old son. The father of Brandon Kelly, the 24-year-old man who was shot and killed outside his apartment in Reserve Mines last week, says it wasn't a dispute over drugs that led to his son's death, but a disagreement.

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  20. Could Air Canada's discount line Rouge eventually fly into the red?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Globe and Mail

    In its short life, Rouge has been credited with giving Air Canada a financial boost and shaking up the country's airline industry, but at least one analyst says the parent company may be digging itself into a hole with its expansion strategy. By stuffing its planes with more seats and paying lower wages, the airline subsidiary has dramatically cut costs and provided a travel alternative for consumers who don't mind sacrificing space for cheaper prices.

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