Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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...

Charter designation

It was a memorable afternoon last month as the Tatamagouche and District Lions Club received its charter. King Lion Gary Johnson accepted the charter on behalf of his fellow Lions, many of whom were gathered...
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Local initiatives receive funding through community health board

TATAMAGOUCHE - Eight local projects have received financial support from the local community health board. Each year, the health boards – including the North Shore Area Community Health Board –...

A sea of purple

For hours, people’s heads bobbed up and down amongst a sea of purple. It was the annual lavender festival at Seafoam Lavender Company and Gardens, and Phyllis-Ann Downey and Carolyn Lee made the trip from...
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Alternative economies panel to be held at Tatamagouche Centre

A public panel on alternative economies will be held Aug. 22 at the Tatamagouche Centre. The purpose of this panel is to explore some local examples of alternative economy, and how these initiatives are solving...

A busy season at The Grace

This year has seen a lot of activity at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre. Tickets on a $3,000 Travel Voucher were sold and in August the winning ticket was pulled – winners were...

Province asks Northern Pulp for more information

The province is seeking a Focus Report from Northern Pulp before rendering a decision on the pulp mill's proposed effluent treatment plant. Environment Minister Margaret Miller made the announcement on March 29. "We make our decisions...

As good luck would have it, Bard by the Bay is back

Theatre lovers and off-off Broadway aficionados are in for an impressive mix of drama, music and straight up fun as the North Shore Players gear up to perform the sixth annual production of Bard...
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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....

Taking things back in time

Things will soon look a little bit different on the top floor of the Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre. Maralyn Driver, the treasurer for the Creamery Square Heritage Society, which operates the centre, said a...



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