New faces for Stellarton’s Ward 2

Stellarton Council: Ward 1 Bryan Knight – 606 Simon Lawand – 715 Mary-Lou Field – 337 Ward 2 Susan Campbell – 506 Gary Pentz – 466 Jake Chisholm – 275...

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New council for Pictou

Unofficial results show a whole new town council for Pictou under new mayor Jim Ryan: Pictou council Dan Currie – 1,023 Nadine LeBlanc – 908 Eric Daley – 817 Malcolm Houser – 829 Alta Munroe – 794 Gary Nowlan – 647 David Porter – 503...

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Cross Fit new path toward fitness

NEW GLASGOW – Clan Cross Fit has become a new club with an interesting concept of personal fitness. Jason MacInnis and Ashley Greening introduce the regimen of weights, jumps, rowing and other exercise in late May and now boast about 20 members at a given time at their facility they opened in late May on...

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Dickson followed dad, brother into sports

It would have been a surprise if Clint Dickson hadn’t had athletic genes from birth. His dad, Foster Dickson, was considered one of Pictou County’s finest hockey players and one of its superior coaches. His older brother, Wayne Dickson, was a multi-sport star in high school and university. So it was to be expected that...

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