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April 21-27th – Administrative Proffessional Week

National Professional Secretaries Week and National Secretary’s Day was created  in 1952 through the work of Harry F. Klemfuss of Young and Rubicam. Klemfuss recognized the importance and value of the secretarial position, to a […]

Apr. 20th – Easter

It’s a complicated but precise formula that determines the day Easter Sunday is celebrated: It is the first Sunday after the first full moon in spring (after March 21st) which can occur as early March […]

Daffodil Month

Since the 1950s, bright yellow daffodils have arrived in communities across Canada to mark the beginning of the Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Campaign. The daffodil is resilient. It survives our harsh winters and is the […]

Parkinson Awareness Month

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative condition which refers to a progressive loss of nerve cells (neurons) and/or their function. Every April, the Parkinson’s Foundation engages the Parkinson’s community near and far to raise awareness about […]


April’s birthstone is the diamond. The birth flower is typically listed as either the Daisy (Bellis perennis) or the Sweet Pea. The zodiac signs for the month of April are Aries (until April 20) and […]


Latest News from The Coast…

Gordon Wilson Is New Provincial Environment Minister

Clare-Digby MLA Gordon Wilson is the province’s new Minister of Environment.

Wilson was sworn-in this morning during a ceremony at Government House in Halifax.

He replaces Margaret Miller who’s not re-offering in the next election.

The last time McNeil made changes to the Executive Council was in July of last year.

At the time, Hants West MLA Chuck Porter was appointed minister of municipal affairs.

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McNeil Shuffling His Cabinet, This Morning

Premier Stephen McNeil is going to announce a cabinet shuffle, this morning.

The last time he made changes to the Executive Council was in July of last year.

At the time, Hants West MLA Chuck Porter was appointed minister of municipal affairs.

This morning’s ceremony takes place at 10:00 at Government House in Halifax.

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Province Looking For ServiCom Bankruptcy, Today

The province is in court today in an effort to get bankruptcy declared for the owners of the former ServiCom call centre in Sydney.

The government says ServiCom Canada owes more than $4.8 million in unpaid wages, benefits and penalties.

It’s asking the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia to appoint a trustee for ServiCom.

The move will allow former ServiCom workers to apply for financial relief through Service Canada’s wage earner protection program.

ServiCom closed down its Sydney operation in December.

A new owner re-opened the call centre in January.

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Men Charged After Man Found Dead In Eskasoni Due In Court

Two men facing murder charges after a 33-year-old man was found dead in Eskasoni last month are due back in court today for a plea hearing.

37-year-old Roger Wilfred Prosper and 29-year-old Kirk Daniel Gould each face a count of second-degree murder in the death of Harry James Lafford Junior.

Police say they were called to a home on Mini Mall Drive shortly before midnight on March 21st.

They say officers found a man seriously injured and unconscious.

The man was later pronounced dead after CPR attempts were unsuccessful.

Prosper and Gould are being held in custody.

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Stores Open Today, But No Mail Delivery and Transit Buses

Grocery stores, shopping malls and liquor stores are open on this Easter Monday.

However, there’s no mail delivery today and government offices are closed.

Transit Cape Breton and Handi Trans buses are not running today.

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