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Police investigate after video shows youths attacking man in Glace Bay
Cape Breton Regional Police are investigating after a video circulated online showing what appears to be a group of high school students swarming and beating a man in Glace Bay.
Potlotek First Nation rallies for return of seized lobster traps
A few dozen members of the Potlotek First Nation gathered Wednesday in front of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans building in Lennox Passage, N.S., seeking the return of their seized traps.
Trial date set for N.S. man in hit-and-run that killed girl, 10
The trial for a Nova Scotia man charged in the hit-and-run death of a 10-year-old Indigenous girl will take place in February 2020. The victim's mother says the trial date is set too far in the future.
We'koqma'q First Nation elects first female chief
Annie Bernard-Daisley is the newly elected chief of We'koqma'q First Nation. She is the first woman to hold the title.
Cape Breton University continues with online classes into winter
David Dingwall, president of CBU, said the school has to consider the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.
Small company fears bankruptcy after losing internet contract to Bell Aliant
Acadian Communications submitted a bid in the second round of bidding for qualified suppliers, but lost to Bell Aliant. Its owner fears the province's choice will bankrupt his small company.
Hockey Nova Scotia seeks ways to make the sport more inclusive
Hockey Nova Scotia has launched a survey, looking for suggestions on how to increase diversity and inclusion in the sport. The organization's Diversity and Inclusion task force is particularly interested in hearing from people in communities that are traditionally underrepresented in hockey.
Ottawa puts $2.6M toward Horizon employment centre in Sydney
The centre offers vocational training and employment help for adults with mental disabilities or people who face multiple barriers.
Upgrades, expansion underway for Cape Breton's Highland Village Museum
The Highland Village Museum in Iona, N.S., is being expanded and renovated for the first time since 2003. A 7,700-square-foot welcome/cultural centre will be built and will be open year-round.
Hearing set for Cape Breton lawyer charged with professional misconduct
Adam Rodgers is alleged to have breached provisions of the Code of Professional Conduct and the Legal Profession Act. The hearing comes close to two years after his former law partner, Jason Boudrot, was suspended from practising law in Nova Scotia.
Fright Night fundraiser a go in Cape Breton, despite pandemic
A popular Halloween attraction in Cape Breton is set to go ahead, despite the pandemic. The 18th annual Fright Night will be returning to Two Rivers Wildlife Park in Grand Mira North this October.
Cape Breton's first pandemic-era jury selection underway
Jury selection usually takes place at the courthouse, but due to a lack of space for physical distancing, the selection process is being held at the Centre 200 arena in Sydney.
COVID pandemic sparks business boom in Cape Breton village
A small community in rural Cape Breton is seeing an uptick in visitors as a result of new businesses in the area.
'Stubborn' fire in Whitney Pier leaves five people homeless
Five people are homeless after an early morning fire in Whitney Pier. The blaze broke out in a building on the corner of Ferris and Roberts streets.
Mi'kmaw communities in Cape Breton using hybrid teaching model for COVID-19
Schools in Mi’kmaw communities in Cape Breton are trying out a new hybrid model for teaching, with different approaches depending on sizes.