DAY OF PEACE, TIME TO CHOOSE: CANADA AND THE NEW NUCLEAR WEAPONS BAN Cape Breton University, September 21, 2017 Opening Remarks by Sean Howard, Adjunct Professor of Political Science Lee-Anne began by acknowledging we meet on the traditional territory of the Mi’kmaw, the … [Read more...] about Day of Peace, Opening Remarks, Submitted by Elke Ibrahim Written by Sean Howard
Choice, it’s all about choice and in Cape Breton there is a limited amount of things to choose so when a new Mexican restaurant opened in Reserve Mines, Nova Scotia of all places, know I was all over it. The name of the restaurant is called El Jefe, which in Spanish translates to … [Read more...] about From Mexico to Cape Breton: Spreading culture through love of food
Established in 1934, the Glace Bay Central Credit Union has been supplying people of Glace Bay and area with their financial needs and a Members First philosophy. A credit union, according to Patricia Morrison, General Manager of the Glace Bay branch, is a “full service financial … [Read more...] about Members First for the Glace Bay Central Credit Union
When it comes to hockey, for me anyway, we tend to think of NHL greats like Wayne Gretzky and Sidney Crosby but often times we forget about where those greats and super greats all started. They started with their own Minor Hockey teams in their own small towns. It is the weekly … [Read more...] about Glace Bay Minor Hockey: Inspiration & Heroes
In the dark, dreary recesses of the cold winter months, what better activity than to don a pair of skates and set out for the rink or the pond. How Canadian can you get than to skate or at least learn to skate and what better way to warm you up on a cold winter day? Whether this … [Read more...] about When Did Skating Become So Cool?