Thursday, February 22, 2018
Ad

Without a map

“To provide inspirational travel experiences, showcasing our community, country and beyond with a focus on the people & cultures that make these places unique.” Writing that mission statement was step one when we decided to...

County councillor adds name to PC Party nominations in Colchester North

A councillor for Colchester County is eyeing the PC Party nomination for Colchester North forthe next provincial election. Eric Boutilier is putting his name forth after being approached a while back about running. He said...

Community conversation series kicks off Wednesday

A new community conversation series opens this week. Opening Minds is a series of community conversations sponsored by the Council of Canadians, North Shore Chapter. It will focus on topics of matter to residents of...

Taylor seeking PC nomination for Colchester North

A Colchester County business woman has thrown her name into the ring for the PC party nomination for Colchester North. Rebecca Taylor hopes her experience – in business, community service, and government – will help...

Truro couple highlighting the best of Nova Scotia

It’s been all about travel since Brent MacIsaac and Sara Mills became a couple. Now, the Truro duo is receiving province-wide attention for their excursions, which they blog about online. Before their popularity on the web...

A special honour

Shirley Lorraine pursed her lips into a tight smile, but that didn’t stop her eyes welling with tears. Her late husband, Ed, was just honoured by the province for his contributions, not only to Colchester...
TheLight-Newspaper-Placeholder-01

Making progress

By Deborah Cameron Special to The Light   The Waterfront Development Steering Committee is really excited about the potential for waterfront development in the Village of Pugwash. Our committee represents many of the community groups in the...

Paradise Lost found in Tatamagouche

Have you ever wondered why things go badly? Hideous diseases, old age, death, war, crime, blood-soaked cruelty and rank evil are constants in our world. Or to put it sagely, thus has it always been,...
TheLight-Newspaper-Placeholder-01

Connection between schools in Tatamagouche, Guatemala closer to reality

Hannah Martin was so moved by her experience in Guatemala last summer, she’s pleased to know others are enthusiastic about helping others down the same route. Martin and her parents, Anne MacDonald-Martin and Paul Martin,...

Tatamagouche CEC to see closure Sunday

The emergency department at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) will be closed for six hours Sunday. The CEC will be closed from 2 to 8 p.m., due to a lack of nursing...
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
error: Content is protected !!