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Business Feature: Glow Event store has all your Halloween tricks and treats

BAYERS LAKE: If you’re looking to get your scare on, then the Glow Halloween store has all your ghoul and goblins need for this Halloween. While some have thought COVID19 may put a kibosh to...

Good Day Cafe a destination for locals

FALL RIVER: Sarah MacLennan saw a need for a local cafe, and the space was available in Fall River in the old Chef’s Jeff location. Seeing that everything was in place pretty much for her...

Big thanks for years of support

WINDSOR JUNCTION: On March 11, Grace and Sam Cameron of Windsor Junction, on behalf of the children that attend and use the Windsor Junction Community Centre (WJCC), and dad Jay presented a card of...

MLA Horne takes part in PANS Take Your MLA To Work Day

FALL RIVER: Pharmacies across Nova Scotia welcomed their local MLA into their stores on Take Your MLA to Work Day, an annual event put on by the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS). In Fall...

Quarry application still incomplete

FALL RIVER: The application for the proposed Fall River/Goffs quarry remains incomplete, a spokeswoman from Nova Scotia Environment (NSE) says. When asked by The Laker on July 8 for a status update on the quarry...

Passionate about dogs: Two young women reopen popular Fletchers Lake doggie daycare business

MAIN PHOTO: Olivia Dube (left) and Beth May are the co-owners of Roaming Rovers. The two Grade 12 LHS students formed a partnership to revive the business, which had closed in Sept. 2019. (Olivia...

Smiles galore at Fall River Fun Day

FALL RIVER: Smiles and laughter emanated from the green space at the Fall River Plaza on a bright, sunny Sunday afternoon. The laughter and smiles were from the many children, who along with their parents,...

COLUMN: Mental health resilience and the COVID19 crisis

By: Marybeth Fleming I am an Occupational Therapist with over 25 years experience. As a private occupational therapist, I am not involved in the direct patient care initiative to deal with the corona virus. As...

ReCover Initiative: Energy Leap

The following is written by freelance journalist Chris Benjamin and submitted to The Laker News by Quest as part of the Powered By Communities communication campaign. BERWICK: To meet Nova Scotia’s carbon-reduction targets, old buildings...

ADVERTORIAL: Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank PC Candidate Brian Wong concerned for safety of Grand Lake

This is an advertorial from: OAKFIELD: The Rankin Liberals’ failure to communicate has the residents of Oakfield worried about the blue green algae bloom in Grand Lake, said PC candidate for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank...
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