Saturday, August 24, 2019

News

Early start on Business 101

NEW GLASGOW — Some of Pictou County’s young people made the most of their summer and the chance to learn at this year’s Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED) young entrepreneurship camp. The week-long camp is aimed to help kids learn a bit about how to run a business and how businesses work. With...

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Sports

Young Guns take gold

The first time in history the Novice NS Young Guns bring home the gold medal in Portland, Me. Seven local boys were part of this team, while others were from across the province. The local boys are: Matthew Cameron, Jude Cochrane, Landon Wilson, Hunter Green, Logan McNamara, Jourden Jameson, and Quinn Wilson....

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Stingers win U-14 honours; U-16 team ends up third

STELLARTON — There was victory on the road and consolation at home on Sunday for two Stellarton Stingers female softball teams. The Under-14 Stingers went undefeated as they captured the Softball Nova Scotia championship in their age group at Highland Park, N.S. Kiara Allen was the winning pitcher as the Stingers opened with a 15-3...

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Arts & Entertainment

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British invasion at the deCoste

The smash hit concert Across the Pond: The British Invasion lands in Pictou on August 26 celebrating 50 years of British musical invasion from the hits of the 60s to today’s favourites. Across the Pond tells fascinating stories of how the Rolling Stones were banned from Ed Sullivan’s show, the day Tom Jones passed out...

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Opinion

Climate debate needs to be part of next election

To the Editor: Not very long ago, Canada announced a climate emergency. Canadians are brought into a constant battle for balance between what is right and what will pay bills. I understand that struggle, but if you destroy the very thing you depend on for work you can’t pay your bills. (A good example is...

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