Garden support

What started as a small project for students has grown into a larger one the community can benefit from, in more ways than one. Brian Holmes, the principal of the newly-opened Tatamagouche Regional Academy, has...

Autism NS seeking individuals for EmploymentWorks program

TRURO – A virtual program to help prepare those on the autism spectrum for the workplace is about to launch another 24-week session. Autism Nova Scotia is offering the program...

Woman airlifted to hospital following crash

  A woman was airlifted to hospital after sustaining life-threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash on Saturday. The collision occurred at 12:10 p.m. on Highway 6 between Clarkes Road and Wallace Grant Road in Bayhead. Traffic was...

A discussion on a sustainable future

A sustainable future for Tatamagouche and the North Shore? With the impacts of climate change already evident, we recognize we must quickly change the way we live on the earth. What does that mean for...
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Final year one of adapting for Tatamagouche Regional Academy grads

TATAMAGOUCHE – March 13. That was the final day students were together in school. For those graduating this year, that’s a date that sticks in their minds.

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:

Annual Tatamagouche Christmas Bird Count sees more than 50 species of birds documented

TATAMAGOUCHE - With weather always a factor, it was a relief to have near perfect conditions for the eighth Tatamagouche Christmas Bird Count (CBC) held on Jan. 4, 2020.
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Fundraising for Guatemala

Two fundraisers are on the go to support 18 people heading to Guatemala in August. The Guatemala-Tatamagouche Schools Project will see 18 people, including seven high school students, spend Aug. 21 to 31 in Guatemala....

Author pens picture book biography on giantess Anna Swan

It’s been 130 years on Aug. 5 since giantess Anna Swan passed away, but she’s coming back to life thanks to a children’s picture book biography. Anne Renaud, who lives in Quebec, wrote ‘The True...

Tackling closures

If you live along the North Shore, you’re most likely aware of frequent closures to the collaborative emergency centre (CEC) in Pugwash. Randy Delorey, the province’s minister of Health and Wellness, said steps are being...


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