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Greg Bolger, Artist of the Week

Runs Nov. 24-28th Gregg has become well known as a solo artist in recent years. Originally from Torbay, Newfoundland now living in Calgary, Alberta, Gregg is no stranger to the stage playing around 100 shows a year and it shows in his ability to capture a crowd with just an acoustic guitar or with a backing band. Gregg’s self-titled debut […]

Osteoporosis Awareness Month

Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. This leads to increased bone fragility and risk of fracture (broken bones), particularly of the hip, spine, wrist and shoulder. Early detection of bone loss, therefore, is critical in preventing osteoporotic fractures. Make a point to get checked.    

Lung Cancer Awareness Month

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Help the Lung Association in the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air. Relating to the causes of lung cancer, people smoking cigarettes, cigars and pipes, breathing in second-hand smoke and exposed to asbestos or radon are most at risk of lung cancer. A combination of any of the […]

Diabetes Awareness Month

An estimated one million Canadians live with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, underlining the importance of raising awareness of its risk factors. To mark Diabetes Awareness Month this November, the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) is unveiling its “Don’t Be Risky” campaign. Canadians are encouraged to visit the DontBeRisky.ca website and fill out a CANRISK test to […]

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles Ticket Giveaway

Listen to the Coast 89.7 Fm for your chance to win tickets to a Cape Breton Screaming Eagles home game. When your hear your cue, call 902-563-5771 and if you are the correct caller, you’ll win yourself a pair of  tickets to the Screaming Eagles at Centre 200.  

Concerns Over Northside General Cuts

Low Turnout for District 10 All-Candidates Debate

Voter Turnout in District 10 Advanced Polls

More Temporary ER Closures Expected at Northside General

Crown Witness on Stand Again Today at Landry Trial

Charges Pending After Near-Miss With Train

Child Poverty Rate in CB One of the Highest in Canada

Landry Murder Trial Set To Resume, Today

Police Looking for Driver After Glace Bay Hit and Run

Visiting Restrictions at Regional and Glace Bay Hospitals