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Kate Oland

KateDSC00079200.jpgKate Oland is no stranger to listeners. You can hear her regularly on our Partyline, sharing the news from her community of Middle River. You've also heard her on our Cape Breton 2030 panel and you may remember her from the fight to save Middle River School five years ago.

If you live in Victoria County, you've probably met her on the bookmobile or in the library in Baddeck as an assistant with the Cape Breton Regional Library.

You may also bump into her at the new Baddeck Community Market where she and her husband sell vegetables from their organic farm. And while she's harvesting crops, she's also sowing seeds for a sustainable future for her children, community and Cape Breton. 

Kate Oland  (runs 17:30) 

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