Thursday, December 14, 2017
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The future of Hants East

A new year has begun and I wanted to take an opportunity to write a letter to our community. 2016 was an exciting year for...

History Made on Shubenacadie River

History was made on September 8th, the Federal Ministers official delegation met with a Nova Scotia delegation on the banks of the beautiful Bay...
Enfield-weekly-opinion

EDITORIAL: Let’s be proactive rather than reactive

The exit from Highway 102 into Elmsdale at Exit 8 is one I avoid at all costs — mostly because I see it as...
Enfield-news

From the Cruiser

ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP had numerous complaints they responded to and continue to investigate across the municipality during the week of Oct. 23 to...

COLUMN: O’Leary – the little town that could

Last week, I took a mini-vacation to PEI. There was a reason why I would go to the Island after summer has ended and...
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100 Moms: Trust your gut on babysitters

Editor’s Note: This is the first installment of 100 Moms, the new short-story column by Doreen Coady. Aunt Willena Now an adult, I have come to...
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Learning more about the Mi’kmaq culture

I had the opportunity to attend and cover the annual Sipekne’katik Mawio’mi Powwow on July 29 in Indian Brook. It was an assignment I...
Enfield-weekly-opinion

OPINION: The perils of mental illnesses

Since I have informed people that I have been diagnosed with and am struggling with depression, the reaction has been much different than I...
Letter-to-the-editor

No Place to Belong

Jimmy was born May 16, 1996. His first diagnosis was Down Syndrome. Autism was added a few years later. His pediatrician told me Autism...
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EHCC highlights their education courses

The East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce (EHCC) exists to help members and the broader business community grow and succeed. One of the...
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