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Election 17: McNeil, Horne tour Marid Industries

WINDSOR JUNCTION: One of the leading manufacturers of custom steel structures had a visit from the Premier of Nova Scotia on May 15. Premier Stephen McNeil, in the midst of a 30-day campaign leading to...

McNaughton announces PC Party nomination intentions

FALL RIVER: A soon-to-be retired RCMP officer who calls Fall River home with his family is already eyeing a new career path. Dan McNaughton told The Laker on Jan. 10 that his intentions, upon retirement...

Premier McNeil stops by Waverley for lunch with Horne, supporters

WAVERLEY: On Day six of the provincial election campaign, Premier Stephen McNeil paid a visit to Waverley to have lunch with Liberal incumbent and candidate Bill Horne, campaign team members, and those at the...

WEB ONLY: Local players vying for QMJHL roster spots

FALL RIVER: Three hockey players from the Fall River area remain on the rosters of their respective Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) teams as training camps head into a short hiatus before the...

Paramedics contract ratified, province announces

HALIFAX: A three-year agreement was ratified by members of the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 727 on November 17. The agreement covers the areas of compensation, health benefits and a retention allowance for...

Canada 150 pins handed out to worthy individuals

BEAVER BANK: Twenty deserving individuals in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook were recognized on Sept. 13 at the Beaver Bank-Kinsac Community Centre by MP Darrell Samson. The individuals received a limited edition Canada 150 pin—which was created using parts...

Moose select Pickrem in QMJHL draft

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A goalie from the community of Windsor Junction will get to continue his hockey career with the team he’s grown up watching. At the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League draft on June 2,...

CFIB: Fall sitting leaves N.S. small businesses in rearview mirror

HALIFAX/FALL RIVER: The 2023 fall sitting of the Nova Scotia Legislature has resulted in very little for small businesses in Nova Scotia, the CFIB said in a release. Eight out of ten businesses had...

Big dreams for Gaudry

FALL RIVER: Abbi Gaudry knew she wanted to do some type of sport as she entered junior high at Georges P. Vanier. And then she met Mr. Hanlon, the track and field and phys...
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Hockey for Hope: Jacob Project making donation to Hope Cottage through Bedford minor hockey...

WAVERLEY: A Waverley teen is thinking about others first this holiday season. Jake Boudreau, a student at Lockview High, operates The Jacob Project, an initiative he started some five years ago to help those in...
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