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  1. RCSAA plans trip to Nova ScotiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Courier-Tribune

    Randolph County Senior Adults Association, in conjunction with Premier World Discovery, has planned a trip to Nova Scotia and the Canadian Maritimes on Sept. 4-12.

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  2. Collector hunts for Nova Scotian who placed a message in a bottle in 1985Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | CBC News

    David Burke is a reporter in Halifax who covers everything from politics to science. His reports have been featured on The National, World Report and As it Happens, as well as the Information Morning shows in Halifax and Cape Breton.

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  3. Program expected to encourage film production in other languagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Cape Breton Post

    The producer of North America's first Gaelic language film is hopeful a few more people will be interested in creating a similar work thanks to a program that assists non-English filmmakers. Nona MacDermid was involved in the making of "The Wake of Calum MacLeod," just over 10 years ago which went on to be nominated for a Genie award and was submitted to film festivals around the world.

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  4. 2nd tuberculosis case diagnosed in Cape BretonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | CBC News

    A second person has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis as health officials test scores of people who may have been in contact with a patient at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital in September. Lesley Mulcahy, a spokesperson for Nova Scotia Health Authority, said the latest case is linked to one diagnosed in late 2017.

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  5. Restoring family home in Ingonish labour of love for historianRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 12 | Cape Breton Post

    Fresh paint and a whole lot of restoration have made the Donovan home in Ingonish look much younger than its almost 200 years. - Submitted When Donovan and his wife Barbara purchased the Ingonish home at the base of Franey Mountain overlooking the estuary of the Clyburne River in 1990, he knew they were buying an important piece of his family's history.

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  6. Cape Breton villagers aim to resurrect an historic road to somewhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 11 | 680News

    Gene Kersey, left to right, Heather Hayes and Tim Menk, all directors of Friends of Gabarus Society, pose on the Louisbourg-Gabarus road, which closed in the mid-1960s, in Sydney N.S., on Saturday, February 3, 2018. The coastal road connecting Louisbourg and Gabarus dates back to the early 1700s, it's believed to be one of the oldest European constructions in the province and possibly Canada, according to research by local residents.

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  7. Cape Breton villagers aim to resurrect an historic road to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 11 | Northern Life

    It was once a vital artery, in an era when Europeans were new to North America and Cape Breton had strategic importance. The coastal road connecting Louisbourg and Gabarus dates back to the early 1700s - it's believed to be one of the oldest European constructions in the province and possibly Canada, according to research by local residents.

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  8. Caroline Cameron: Cape Breton winter has its own beautyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Cape Breton Post

    Evergreens, berries, grasses look great in the winter, and in the summer they can hide the slope that you don't want to mow. - Submitted The winter brings a welcome rest for gardeners, and a time to contemplate next year.

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  9. Cape Breton native and alumnus returns home to CBURead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Cape Breton Post

    After spending more than 22 years away, Steve Horne is now back in Cape Breton and working at the institution he credits for starting his career. Steve began his new role as Institutional Advancement Officer at Cape Breton University in December and one of his main roles is engaging and working with CBU's alumni.

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  10. Perfect weather among the charms of Scottsdale ArizonaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 9 | The Chronicle Herald

    Much of the food in Arizona has a Mexican influence, and there's a decent barbecue scene. While there, try posole , Sonoran hot dogs and prickly pear, aka cactus fruit.

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  11. Yvonne Kennedy: Food for thought for Cape BretonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Cape Breton Post

    Students at Riverside School in Albert Bridge shuck corn before having a harvest lunch last fall, thanks to the Nourish Your Roots program. - Submitted Fundraising for student activities is a major issue in many of our local schools.

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  12. Clarke open to running anywhere if elected PC leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 7 | Cape Breton Post

    Cecil Clarke says it's possible he'll seek a seat outside of Cape Breton if he becomes the next leader of the Nova Scotia PC Party. The Cape Breton Municipality mayor, who announced his entry into the Tory leadership race last Saturday, is the only one of the four declared candidates not to have a seat in the provincial legislature.

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  13. Cape Breton has the tools for success, says Senator CordyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | The Chronicle Herald

    It's been a long time since Sen. Jane Cordy has lived in Cape Breton, but she still holds a keen interest in its well-being. Raised on Cabot Street in Sydney, the former educator and present Dartmouth resident was appointed to the Senate in 2000.

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  14. OPINION: CBRM governance in the year aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 2 | Cape Breton Post

    CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke, shown in this file photo, is expected to announce his intentions to run for the PC leadership on Saturday. - David Jala With a council of 12, a staff of 800 and an annual budget of $147 million, the Cape Breton Regional Municipality is the second largest municipality in Nova Scotia.

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  15. Will Lucy the Lobster see her shadow?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 2 | The Chronicle Herald

    Donna Hatt, chair of the South Shore Tourism Co-operative, greets Lucy the Lobster, being held by Suzy Atwood, tourism and community development co-ordinator for the Municipality of Barrington during the launch of the South Shore Lobster Crawl at Capt. Kat's Lobster Shack in Barrington Passage on Jan. 31. Move over Shubenacadie Sam.

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  16. Cape Breton rugby players off to IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 31 | Cape Breton Post

    Three Cape Breton rugby players, from left, Makenna Norris, Neelie Fliegel-Doucet and Madison MacInnis, have been selected to the join the Nova Scotia Keltics under-18 girls rugby team that leaves March 7 for a 10-day trip to Ireland. A Glace Bay businessman has organized a fundraiser to help the three young women with expenses.

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  17. EDITORIAL: The trip back from townRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | The News

    Far out, man, New Glasgow is chosen as one of the select spots around Nova Scotia that will have marijuana available. If you re one of those interested in partaking of the herb once legalized, consider yourself lucky, because these places are few and far between.

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  18. Plastic bag ban not likely in Cape Breton countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | Cape Breton Post

    Film plastics, including plastic shopping bags, no longer have a final destination for recycling since China stopped accepting them on Jan. 1. The Nova Scotia government is considering banning them but so far municipalities in Cape Breton are not. - Nikki Sullivan While Nova Scotia's environment minister is "seriously considering" a provincewide ban on plastic shopping bags, three of the four municipalities in Cape Breton are not.

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  19. Scotians rout Blues, will play twice in Cape Breton this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | The News

    Goaltender Matt Murray defends his crease along with Kirklin Murray and Ian Keating in Pictou County's 10-1 win over the Cumberland County Blues on Sunday. - Sam Macdonald The Pictou County Junior Scotians hammered the Cumberland County Blues 10-1 on Sunday in Trenton, in a game that saw a brawl take place midway through the second period.

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  20. Jeremy Fraser: Coal Bowl Classic returns to New WaterfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | Cape Breton Post

    Gary McDonald, fomerly of the Breton Education Centre Bears, is shown celebrating with fans following the host team capturing the 2016 edition of the New Waterford Coal Bowl Classic. The tournament will return to New Waterford this year for the 36th annual edition, Feb. 5-10.

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