Sexual health centre, village hosting Safer Spaces in Pugwash

A Safer Spaces event is coming to Pugwash. The Sexual Health Centre of Cumberland County is joining together with the Village of Pugwash to host the event after concerns a religious gathering this month will...

Fishermen’s associations reach impasse with Northern Pulp

Nova Scotia and P.E.I. fishermen’s associations have suspended future meetings with Northern Pulp until an alternative to a proposed effluent pipe into the Northumberland Strait is available for discussion. The associations made the announcement Feb....

The Crafty Shore back on track after opening in Tatamagouche just before pandemic

TATAMAGOUCHE – It wasn’t exactly how Denyse Stronge imagined the opening of The Crafty Shore. Stronge had originally opened the business on Main Street in Tatamagouche on Feb. 21. A month...

Appreciation for home

Peter and Debra Martyn have a newfound appreciation for the Village of Tatamagouche. The couple spent six months – from January to July – volunteering in Yangon, Myanmar, with Cuso International – an organization working...
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Correction notice

In the winter edition of At Home on the North Shore, we were made aware of an address correction for one of our fine sponsors. On page 37 of the At Home on the North...
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Business development association introduces new award for start-ups

New businesses along the North Shore may be the right fit for an award recently created. The North Shore Business Development Association board of directors is launching a new ‘North Shore Business Development Association Award’,...

All a buzz

Stop and think about what’s on your plate for the next week. Do you have fresh produce? Perhaps some fruit for breakfast, dessert, or a snack? What about beef? If you have any of those...

Cultural centre adds gallery shop to the mix

A sprucing up of the lobby at the Fraser Cultural Centre will also see a gallery shop created. Margaret Boyle, a member of the board of directors, said the shop will be an extension to...
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Group optimistic refugee family’s arrival imminent

It’s been a long journey, however the end could be in sight for the North Shore Refugee Settlement Group. Margaret Boyle, co-chairperson of the group with Remi Lemoine, is optimistic a family will soon be...

Emergency room closed in Tatamagouche

The Collaborative Emergency Centre at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital will be closed over three days. The emergency room will be closed from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on July 21, 22 and 23 because...


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