Sunday, December 8, 2019

Pugwash churches organize live event in true spirit of Christmas

PUGWASH - Bethlehem is making its way back to the North Shore. “One Awesome Night - Bethlehem Live” is returning to the Pugwash Farmers’ Market on Dec. 6, 6-8 p.m.

Pugwash ER closures, Dec. 1-7

PUGWASH - The North Cumberland Memorial Hospital emergency department will be closed multiple times Dec. 1-7 due to lack of physician coverage. The closures include: Dec. 1,...

Pugwash ER closures, Nov. 24-30

PUGWASH - The collaborative emergency department in Pugwash is facing a closure due to lack of physician coverage. North Cumberland Memorial Hospital's emergency department will be closed:

Jenkinson takes on 30-day hunger strike for climate

NEW ANNAN - Paul Jenkinson could’ve chosen three days for a hunger strike. He could have chosen a week, too. But instead, the New Annan resident chose 30 days for...

Tatamagouche pharmacy offering specialized product rentals, sales

TATAMAGOUCHE - If residents have to travel outside their local community for a service, that service is lacking locally. That’s why Chris MacLean and his wife, Wendy, have expanded their offerings...

Work underway on River John waterfront development

RIVER JOHN - Two years after new docks were installed near Bissell Park in River John, construction has started on the east side of the river. Patrick Mulholland, president...

Brule woman receives Meritorious Service designation from Governor General

BRULE - It’s been a month, but Virginia Edmonds is still floating on Cloud 9. Edmonds, who lives in Brule, travelled to Ottawa last month to receive a Meritorious Service Cross...

Pugwash, Tatamagouche ER closures, Oct. 21-26

PUGWASH - The emergency departments in Pugwash and Tatamagouche are seeing closures this week due to lack of physician coverage. The North Cumberland Memorial Hospital's emergency department will be closed:

Faith, Indigenous leaders make declaration regarding climate crisis

PUGWASH - Going back to the Covenant and the Treaties may just be the way to heal the earth. That’s one of the things a number of faith leaders discussed during...

North Shore residents participate in sacred water ceremony for 14 kilometres

WARWICK MOUNTAIN - Water is sacred and essential to survive, so a large group of people came together to offer it protection. It was a bright, sunny day on Sept....


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