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1 Membertou Heritage Park reopens
2 Membertou Heritage Park manager says public needs to learn about Mi'kmaq
3 Membertou casts paper ballots in chief and council elections
4 Membertou takes another step toward self governance
5 Unama'ki gears up for National Indigenous Peoples Day
6 Membertou gears up for election Thursday
7 UPDATED: Two new councillors, 10 returning after Thursday's vote in Membertou
8 Membertou business refocuses to tackle need in community
9 Membertou closes business in reponse to COVID-19
10 Membertou resident advocates for senior activities
11 Membertou Heritage Park remembers Donald Marshall Junior
12 Cape Breton Island: 10 Fantastic Experiences
13 EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier arrives in London for face-to-face trade talks
14 Longtime Mi'kmaq leader remembered in Membertou
15 Membertou erects new stop signs
16 Hundreds of demonstrators in Sydney protest racialized violence, police brutality
17 Food on the move in Cape Breton
18 Snow Won't Stop Wyoming Pooch's Catching Practice
19 Membertou First Nation connects with Pride Cape Breton on deeper level
20 Membertou artist remembered for her work, community involvement
21 Suncor agrees to begin operating Syncrude by end of next year
22 Dialogue on decolonization: N.S. group offers web series on Indigenous rights
23 Mi'kmaq language classes at Membertou open to all
24 A potent symbol of First Nations rights sat for years in DFO storage, but now it's home
25 Membertou First Nation to become latest to join Mi'kmaq livelihood fishery in N.S.
26 Pfizer asks FDA to allow emergency use of vaccine
27 Proud to Shine on the East Coast
28 Bus company objects to Membertou application
29 Good Food Bus began market-on-wheels in Membertou, Main-a-Dieu last weekend
30 INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY: Celebrating Canada's first peoples
31 Membertou amends motor carrier application
32 'Explorations in Unama'ki': Information Morning Cape Breton visiting First Nation communities
33 VIDEO: Walking in solidarity for Cassidy Bernard in Membertou
34 Membertou First Nation to commemorate its ancestral home
35 Feasting and friendship in Membertou on National Indigenous Peoples Day
36 Return of Donald Marshall Jr.'s eel nets recall days of historic fishing decision
37 Changing tide in Atlantic Canada's First Nation communities
38 Mi'kmaq chiefs, council to square off against N.S. politicians on the ice
39 Marshall book launched | Lifestyles
40 Artists from across Cape Breton and beyond join Celtic Colours at Home lineup Oct. 9-17
41 Blood on the Coal tartan honours Springhill's coal mining heritage
42 Eagle has landed for Port Morien wildlife group
43 Tender for final restoration phase of Perkins House Museum on horizon
44 Shining light on art; Lumiere returns for another year
45 First Mi’kmaq senator aims to ‘rebuild’ Crown-aboriginal relationship
46 Pictou's Ship Hector marks 250 years of Canadian Scottish heritage while under repair
47 Moncton's historic Castle Manor finds new life as getaway hot spot
48 How some North Americans claim a false Indigenous identity
49 Leo Glavine appointed health minister in N.S. cabinet shuffle
50 Nova Scotia's first ever Polish Heritage Month underway
51 This Winnipeg building may get a historical designation, but not all are on board
52 Some Cape Breton museums not opening for 2020 season due to COVID-19
53 Fishing 'is our birthright,' says new regional chief
54 IN DEPTH: Covering Nova Scotia's contentious lobster fishery
55 Indigenous-owned Cape Breton campground to have teepees, tents and trailers
56 UNESCO warns historic Beirut buildings at risk of collapse
57 Mike Holmes: Avoid the drip-drip-drip
58 Pride Week 2018 list of events
59 Adam Gould: Spring has sprung in Membertou
60 Canada joins U.S.-led Artemis Accords to send human explorers back to Moon and beyond
61 Cape Breton newspaper apologizes for racist language used in classified ad
62 Stellarton unveiling plaqueboard to remember Birch Hill House
63 Nova Scotia's Cliffs of Fundy designated UNESCO Global Geopark site
64 Making Membertou a Mi’kmaq metropolis
65 DAVE MAHALIK: Celtic Colours at Home
66 Mi'kmaq chief brings call for better understanding on National Aboriginal Day
67 Fishermen clash over Mi’kmaq fishing rights, observers warn tensions running high
68 Government of Canada supports festivals in Nova Scotia Français
69 GETTING TO KNOW: Candice Paul
70 Vietnamese delegation in Cape Breton | Business
71 No Glace Bay sports calendar for 2021
72 Membertou artist Dozay becoming better known for her work
73 In Canada, Feeling ‘Robbed’ of Indian Identity, and Benefits
74 Eighteenth-century Sydney building with fascinating history is now for sale
75 New Halls Harbour boardwalk dedicated in memory of longtime store keepers in Fundy shore community
76 Homeless ‘totally forgotten,’ says man who lived on Halifax streets for several weeks
77 Sydney, Nova Scotia, the gateway to Cape Breton Island – an expert guide
78 Twitch removes emotes for Hispanic Heritage Month and apologizes after backlash
79 Calgary's historic Fire Hall No. 1 looking for a tenant
80 Young people in Membertou get their say
81 African Heritage Month celebration in Yarmouth overflows room
82 Old Town Hall in Glace Bay now opening for summer
83 ADAM GOULD: Recognizing achievements
84 Ross Farm Museum reopening to visitors
85 VIDEO: Glace Bay Miners Forum rededication stirs memories
86 Mi'kmaq planning their own moderate livelihood fishery outside DFO seasons
87 Creator concerned over future of Regina cemetery tours
88 Tom Miller award winner hopes to pass on volunteering spirit
89 Spiritual centre being formed without walls in the CBRM
90 Regina city council to debate mandatory masks in public indoor spaces, council compensation
91 No Ice Castles in Edmonton this winter because of the COVID-19 pandemic
92 Amherst names Michael Hunter as its new chief financial officer
93 Rideau Canal will remain closed to boaters until at least June
94 Vanessa Childs Rolls: Gaspereau on the Margaree
95 Traffic slowdown Wednesday on Highway 17 in support of Mi’kmaw fishing rights
96 Dog, cats taken from home during animal abuse investigation
97 Cyclist struck and killed in Brampton hit-and-run: police
98 Calgary Flames have a lot of time to think about the Winnipeg Jets
99 Group graduates from early childhood education program 'grounded in a Mi'kmaw worldview'
100 SaltWire Selects Aug. 21: Film festivals, new movies and a book about odd occurrences