1. Garnier arrested but not charged in Cape Breton, police review board told  CBC.ca
  2. COLUMN: Cape Breton rail issue requires action  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  3. LETTER: Cape Breton councillor fed up with ‘out-of-control’ garbage  Cape Breton Post
  4. Nova Scotia NDP leader: Election issues will be defined by COVID-19  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  5. Cape Breton officer testifies no warrant was necessary for arrest of convicted murderer Christopher Garnier  Cape Breton Post
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The Nova Scotia Police Review Board is hearing allegations of misconduct by four Cape Breton Regional Police officers.The Nova Scotia Police Review Board is hearing allegations of misconduct by four Cape Breton Regional Police officers.

Cape Breton’s craft sector is getting a boost so it can improve access to artisans and their products as well as encourage crafters from outside Nova Scotia to move here. Invest Nova Scotia is providing more than $311,000 over three years toCape Breton’s craft sector is getting a boost so it can improve access to artisans and their products as well as encourage crafters from outside Nova Scotia to move here. Invest Nova Scotia is providing more than $311,000 over three years to

Support for Cape Breton craft sector given | Regional-Lifestyles | Lifestyles | The Chronicle Herald

The leader of the Nova Scotia NDP says COVID-19 will dictate the important issues in the next provincial election. Gary Burrill, whose party presently holds five of the legislature’s 51 seats, said the pandemic has also served to validateThe leader of the Nova Scotia NDP says COVID-19 will dictate the important issues in the next provincial election. Gary Burrill, whose party presently holds five of the legislature’s 51 seats, said the pandemic has also served to validate

Nova Scotia NDP leader: Election issues will be defined by COVID-19 | Canada | News | SaltWire

SYDNEY — For the first time in six weeks, gas prices did not rise across the province. They didn’t go down either as the cost to fuel up remained the same this week as it was last week. In Cape Breton that means a litre of regularSYDNEY — For the first time in six weeks, gas prices did not rise across the province. They didn’t go down either as the cost to fuel up remained the same this week as it was last week. In Cape Breton that means a litre of regular

Fuel update: No change in gas prices this week | Local | News | Cape Breton Post

The Scotia Rail Development Society (SRDS) is inviting the Liberal leadership candidates along with Conservative and NDP party leaders to take a position on the Cape Breton rail issue as it relates to: • regional economicThe Scotia Rail Development Society (SRDS) is inviting the Liberal leadership candidates along with Conservative and NDP party leaders to take a position on the Cape Breton rail issue as it relates to: • regional economic

COLUMN: Cape Breton rail issue requires action | Regional-Perspectives | Opinion | The Guardian