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(L-R) Janet MacMillan and Robert Fournier. Business

Nova Scotia’s efforts to responsibly harness the power of the Bay of Fundy take another step forward today with the appointments of a new board Continue Reading →

apcfnc-logo-jobop Health, Jobs

Director of Health Full Time Term Position starting as soon as possible– March 31st, 2017 with possibility of Renewal Description: The Director occupies a leadership Continue Reading →

apcfnc-logo-jobop Health, Jobs

Health Project Manager (Full Time Term Position until March 31st, 2017) with possibility of Renewal Description: Provide project management services for the First Nations Control Continue Reading →

Glooscap’s lobster fishing vessel, the Brandon Erin. Business, Community

Glooscap First Nation is a relatively small Mi’kmaq community located near the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy, a few kilometres outside of Hantsport, Continue Reading →

Doug Knockwood wearing his ONS medal at the Province House in Halifax. Photo by Michael Creagen, Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Community

Five outstanding Nova Scotians, internationally recognized as leaders in their respective fields, have been invested into the Order of Nova Scotia. The announcement was made Continue Reading →

S/Sgt. Yorke is the new RCMP Detachment Commander in Eskasoni. Community, Legal

Eskasoni – Staff Sergeant Craig Yorke is the new RCMP Detachment Commander at Eskasoni First Nation. Originally from Newfoundland, the 28 year veteran of the Continue Reading →

These are Victory X Academy students (Top L-R), George Brett Paul, Lennox Marshall, Seth Poulette, Kalolin Nickolas, Brandt Johnson, Denerio Googoo, Hugh Paul, Kalolin Johnson, Thomas Googoo, Lainee Johnson, Angelo Bernard, Clifton Cremo, Evander Young, Arnold Sylliboy Jr, Oliver Denny, and Brooks Marshall. (Bottom L-R) Raven Nickolas, Russel Marshall, Francis Paul, Liamn Gould, Rashawn Bernard, Tom Johnson Jr., Farron Young, Leon Julian, Kyron Christmas, Layne Gould and DJ Francis. Photo by George Paul Community, Youth

When you lead by example and are viewed by youths and adults as a positive role model, it was not surprising that Tom Johnson Jr. Continue Reading →

(L-R) Concert go-er Holly Sternberg of Reno, Nevada, joined Mooney Francis and Vincent Joe on stage to entertain the stranded Celtic Colours audience in Eskasoni after storms washed out roads on Monday. Photo by Cynthia Baughman Community

Across Cape Breton, first responders and ordinary citizens met the challenges of Hurricane Matthew’s rain and winds with courage and generosity. Eskasoni was a particularly Continue Reading →

This area of the road was closed in Eskasoni. This is where the ballfield, RCMP and sewage plant are located. Photo by George Paul. Community

It all began on a rainy Thanksgiving morning of October 10, 2016. Tropical Storm Matthew had touchdown in Cape Breton and it was raining cats Continue Reading →

A group photo of all the participants in the Mi’kmaq Run for the Cure. Community, Health

Photo collection provided by George Paul of Eskasoni.

(L-R) Damaris and Eric Stevens serve up moose and side dishes to Elmer Capstick, and hundreds of others, at the annual moose feast in the Cape Breton Highlands. Photo by TOM AYERS / Local Xpress Culture, Education

We’koqma’q Chief Rod Googoo says the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs has reached out to the Nova Scotia Federation of Anglers and Hunters to Continue Reading →

Grand Keptin Andrew Denny. Culture

I would like to take this time to welcome everyone to the 30th anniversary of Treaty Day. For 30 years we have come together to Continue Reading →