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Cape Breton University hires Mi'kmaw academic for advisory role
Marie Battiste of Potlotek First Nation has joined Cape Breton University as an adviser.
Fans of Australian Rules Football want to grow the game in Nova Scotia
Fans of Australian Rules Football are hoping to grow the game in Nova Scotia.
Yogi Muise, cornerstone member of Cape Breton's Men of the Deeps, has died
Yogi Muise performed with the choir of former Cape Breton coal miners for over 50 years.
NSCC to suspend Marconi campus power engineering technology program
The NSCC academic union said they were notified a day before the decision that some programming could be changed.
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Elections Nova Scotia targeting diverse communities to increase voter turnout
The organization that oversees provincial elections in Nova Scotia has hired three outreach workers to make it easier for Indigenous, Black and francophone/Acadian people in the province to vote.
Lacrosse organizers excited to get 'kids on the floor' as sport returns to N.S.
Lacrosse has returned to Nova Scotia after the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out the 2020 season and the third-wave lockdown delayed its traditional spring start. Organizers had questioned whether the sport would be able to go ahead this year if players had to pay full membership fees for a shortened season.
Students living on Cape Breton University campus will need to be fully vaccinated
Cape Breton University will be requiring students staying in residence this fall to have two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, the only university in Nova Scotia that is putting in the measure.
Children's shoes will be featured in Membertou art installation
A Membertou woman is collecting shoes to add an art installation to the community's Truth and Healing Garden.
Cape Breton soccer field damaged over weekend
The Glace Bay Soccer Association was left an unwelcome surprise over the weekend. A week before the start of their season the association discovered a damaged field.
Cape Breton students take home African Nova Scotian poetry prize
Three Cape Breton students took home the prizes for the Buddy Daye Learning Institute poetry contest seeking to uplift Black voices.