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OUT OF THE FOG: Guysborough Triathlon participants are shrouded in fog as they listen to instructions outside the Jost Building on Sunday morning. The lack of visibility resulted in the cancellation of the swimming component of the annual competition, but the 115 participants still enjoyed a great day of competition and warm hospitality. Lois Ann Dort Photo

 

Province welcomes advancement of H-Energy's LNG plans

 

GUYSBOROUGH – The government has welcomed news from H-Energy that advances plans for its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Melford.

 

H-Energy, an India-based company, announced last week it has memorandums of understanding in place with customers for 50 per cent of the output of its planned multi-billion dollar LNG plant and export terminal in Melford.

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Unveiling history

Christ Church preserves cemetery history

 

By Lois Ann Dort

 

GUYSBOROUGH – The village of Guysborough has a long and storied past, from the succession of early French forts built on Fort Point in the 1600s to the everyday artifacts of rural life found at the Old Court House Museum. More of that past was unveiled at the Christ Church cemetery last Saturday when three panels inscribed with over 700 names of those interred within were unveiled.

 

The sun-drenched day brought out approximately 80 local residents and visitors to the event led by Rev. Darroch Fagan. Opening speeches were given inside Christ Church beginning with remarks from Rev. Fagan. β€œIn the earliest days of the settlement of Guysborough this was a community burying ground. Members of all denominations, races, creeds were interred here. It is an opportunity for us as a community to remember and to celebrate.”

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