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Community meeting at NNEC to decide skilled trades

It has recently been announced that North Nova Education Centre will become a Skilled Trades site in the next year or two.    North Nova is thrilled by this news, as it will increase the opportunities we are able to offer our students.    “There is a lot of excitement here at North Nova as...

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TAKER, Frank P.

                                 TAKER, Frank Percy, Pictou, February 10, 1923 to December 1, 2019 – 96, lovingly known as “Uncle Frank”, passed away peacefully at the Northumberland Veteran’s Unit, Pictou. A son of the late Frank Taker and Marion (McArthur) Taker Hayne, he is survived by his sister, Kathleen, Pictou; and brother, Cyril (Rose), Antigonish; […]

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Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia seeks input from Nova Scotia’s rapidly growing charitable and nonprofit sector

HALIFAX -The Nonprofit and Charitable Sector’s contribution to Nova Scotia’s GDP has grown to 12.3 per cent. This rate of growth has outpaced other provinces, making it the highest share of any province or territory and well above the national average of 8.5 per cent. “It is exciting to see this growth in Nova Scotia, […]

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MacKENZIE, Alice I.

MacKENZIE, Alice Isabel – age 85, of River John passed away October 23rd, 2019 in the Glen Haven Manor, New Glasgow. Alice was a daughter of the late Seldon and Greta (Brown) Heighton and was predeceased by common law husband, Lawson Robar; siblings, Thomas Heighton, Mildred Sillers, Donald and Raymond Heighton. Alice is survived by […]

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