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Seeking Council

Seeking Council - November 17th, 2014

Clarence Prince, Charlie Keagan and Lowell Cormier

Posted by Robert Doublett

Time again for Seeking Council, where we find out what people in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality are talking about, and what your local representatives have been up to. This week, we've pulled an extra chair up to the table.

From the Northside, Clarence Prince represents District 1, covering Sydney Mines, Florence, part of North Sydney, Little Pond, and Alder Point.

Charlie Keagan represents District 2, which includes most of North Sydney, Bras d'Or, part of Boularderie Island and Millville.

From another corner of the municipality, we have district 11 councilor Lowell Cormier.  He represents New Waterford, Scotchtown, River Ryan and New Victoria

Listen audio (runs 15:19)

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Seeking Council - October 20th, 2014

Claire Dethridge and Ivan Doncaster

Posted by Robert Doublett

Time again for our weekly check-in with Cape Breton Regional councilors.

We've invited two CBRM councilors into our studio to find out what issues are driving the discussion in their communities.

Today, we're joined by Claire Detheridge and Ivan Doncaster. Claire represents District 4, which takes in Point Edward, Westmount, part of Coxheath, Sydney River and part of Prime Brook. Ivan Doncaster represents District 7, which takes in the area from Howie Centre to Irish Cove, as well as Gabarus, Marion Bridge and Mira Road.

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Seeking Council - October 6th, 2014

Mae Rowe and Kevin Saccary

Posted by Robert Doublett

Every Monday we invite two CBRM councillors into our studio for a chat.

Today, we're joined by Mae Rowe and Kevin Saccary.

Mae represents District 3, which covers a large area including George's River, Boisdale, Christmas Island, Eskasoni, Northside East Bay and Coxheath. Kevin represents District 8, which includes part of Glace Bay, Donkin, Port Morien, Mira Gut, Albert Bridge and Louisbourg.

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