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It has become the traditional finale to International Women’s Week celebrations in Antigonish. The Feminist Cabaret took centre stage Saturday (March 10) at Piper’s Pub in Antigonish. “It is a full house standing room only again,” Jenn Laudadio said during an intermission. She and Liliona Quarmyne, who donned matching shirts emblazoned with the words ‘perfectly imperfect,’ founded the event five years ago. Business Minister Geoff MacLellan provided that pre budget teaser during a media scrum, March 9, at Province House in Halifax. “It is encouraging since several of ESREN’s rural municipalities are in dire need of broadband upgrades particularly in the District of St. In a March 9 press release, policeannounced charged against a 17 year old male, whichinclude public incitement of hatred and four counts of mischief. MacPherson brought up the notion of a provincial ban during town council’s regular monthly public meeting Feb. 26. 26 regular monthly public meeting started with a thoughtful presentation by downtown business woman, Christine Briand, who wanted to address council regarding communications during the flooding incident in the downtown, which occurred the first weekend in February. Speaking for roughly six minutes,
Briand’s words focused on what she felt were breakdowns in communication between the town and people affected by the flooding. We are using the first names ‘Jill’ and ‘Joan’ to identify them. It is a word all too familiar to Joan and her family, one that will never, ever get any easier to hear. There were no classes Wednesday (March 7) at the school on the heels of the discovery of racist graffiti late Monday evening (March 5) on the building and a bus in the parking lot, along withsign at the driveway entrance to Our Lady of Grace Monastery. “He was scared, he wanted to come home,” said Whalen. Within 20 minutes she was picking up her three children from the East Antigonish Education Centre and taking them back to the Paqtnkek First Nation. The clever academy name is for a program starting March 19, which will take place at St. “On the advice of the RCMP, it was decided to close the school as they continue to investigate,” Deanna Gillis, Strait Regional School Board (SRSB) coordinator of communications, said. Police are looking into the credibility of a threat made through social media.