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On a cool, mist-shrouded morning in May, you really don't expect a traffic jam on the Cabot Trail.
With the warmer weather I've been riding my bike to work and it's great to help wake me up.
Not to leave the boys out there is also a pirate portion of the event as wella Arrgh matey! , Nova Scotia Chapter in its mission to grant the most heartfelt wish of children diagnosed with a life threatening illness.
As more details are released on the new funding system for Nova Scotia's libraries, Dwight Higgins becomes more satisfied library boards and municipalities will benefit from equal funding across the province and new grant formulas.
Thanks to a grant from The Georges River Education Foundation, fourth-graders in Susan Davenport's class at Lura Libby School, were provided with new science materials.
Niki MacLean, an outreach worker with Community Cares Youth Outreach in Sydney Mines, displays some of the dresses donated to the organization.
A Sydney businessman says while he can't understand the closing of his last business, he has found a way to turn a negative into a positive.
Organizers of Race the Cape 2013 have announced that local hospitals will benefit from an auction that will take place in Baddeck as part of Race the Cape 2013.
The group says attendance remains strong at their church, and there's no reason for it to close.
Cape Breton University celebrated the accomplishments of more than 630 graduates during its spring convocation ceremony which was held on Saturday, May 11th.
With just 24 hours until the Southern Hemisphere's greatest interactive light and sound spectacle, Sydney has become a technological experiment in luminosity and color and the city is bracing itself for 18 days of hi-tech festivity.
For many cast members of the upcoming production of "Les MisA©rables," starring in the world longest-running musical is a dream job.
L'Arche Cape Breton is the recipient of this year's Cape Breton District Health Authority's Donald Ferguson Health Leadership award.
In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, Alex D.M. Cook, 19, Millrock Road, New Waterford, was sentenced to 90 days in jail consecutive with time he is serving on an underage consumption charge for criminal damaging.