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6 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

Coalition wants to keep other churches open

Fred Milley said in addition to keeping St. Alphonsus open, his group will also help others keep their churches open as well.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

Cape Breton Post

Telegraph office handled thousands of messages daily

By the time the First World War started, on July 28, 1914, construction was well under way on the third Trans-Atlantic telegraph office in North Sydney.

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The Chronicle Herald

Easter Dinner for hundreds at Loaves and Fishes

Anne Townsend of Catalone and Warren Zisserson of Marion Bridge volunteer at the Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen in Sydney's north end on Easter Sunday.

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The Northern Echo

One day until locos start to head home

TOMORROW is the last chance to see two iconic locomotives from a museum's hugely popular exhibition before they are shipped home across the Atlantic.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Evening News

Morse code to ring out in Caister as part of radio celebrations

Caister is set to echo to the sounds of Morse code again when a group of radio hams take up their microphones to mark a special celebration.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney families sharing with brothels

The Pink Lady, Pretty Baby and Suite 221 massage parlours mirror 33 other illegal brothels dotted across North Sydney - with one major difference.

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CBC News

Grass fire concerns prompt warnings from fire chiefs

Firefighters in the Sydney area are already getting calls about grass fires as temperatures warm up and the snow melts.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Cape Breton Post

Two upcoming shows looking for actors

It used to be that summer was a slack time in the Cape Breton theatre community, but now it is busy with shows all over the island.

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Cape Breton Post

Sydney River bridge

Workers made their way to and from a platform built where the old Sydney River bridge once stood on Tuesday.

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Cape Breton Post

Ladies encouraged to 'Live It Up'

Grab your dancing shoes because the popular fundraiser "Ladies Live It Up" is back for another year hosted by the Haley Street Adult Services Centre Society.

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The Chronicle Herald

Would-be rescuers tussle over future of C.B. church

As confusing as it seems, two groups are competing for the future of St. Alphonsus Church in Victoria Mines, including one that would like to see it reopen as a place of worship.

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The First Perspective-Aboriginal

Brain drain challenges First Nation communities across Canada

John Gladstone perches in his captain's chair above a gaggle of tourists as they board his ferry to downtown Vancouver.

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Western Star

No immediate plans to halt search for Roddickton snowmobiler

The search for the remains of missing snowmobiler Tom Newman continued Thursday, a day after the Roddickton man's snowmobile was found by an underwater camera.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Cape Breton Post

New trial date assigned for Balls Creek man on sex offences

Morgan Robert Fudge is charged with two counts of sexual assault which are alleged to have occurred last Oct. 18 in North Sydney.

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Canada.com

Opinion: Conservatives should remember Borden on electoral reform

All the official portraits of Canadian Prime Ministers that hang in the foyer of the House Of Commons and along the adjoining hallway.

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Cape Breton Post

Glace Bay woman charged in death of boyfriend

Christina Michelle Croney of Woodward Street is charged with criminal negligence causing death by operating a vehicle in an excessive manner and dangerous driving causing death.

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Cape Breton Post

Murder accused in Jessome case back in court in May

Thomas Ted Barrett, 38, and Morgan James MacNeil, 23, both of Glace Bay, are charged in connection with the May 2012 death of 21-year-old Laura Catherine Jessome of Bras d'Or.

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The Chronicle Herald

Regulations create ticking clock for boatyard

Henry Fuller owns a boatyard in Baddeck that may end up closing because of a costly import tax on American boat owners.

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Bangor Daily News

Workshop "Drawing Close to the Earth"

Saturday, May 10, 2014 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 11, 2014 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Description: An art workshop sponsored by 26 Split Rock Cove in collaboration with the Georges River Land Trust, and with Dudley Zopp, instructor 26 Split Rock Cove, S. Thomaston, ME, is delighted to announce that Lincolnville artist Dudley Zopp will teach the following ... (more)

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Cape Breton Post

Holy Week is 'beating heart of the liturgical year' for many Cape Breton Christians

Fr. Patrick O'Neil looks over the cross at St. Joseph Catholic Church in North Sydney.

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