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PARK SALUTES HISTORY: Members of the local community, as well as MODG Warden Vernon Pitts, Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie MLA Lloyd Hines and MODG councillor Blair George look on as Lori Boudreau cuts the ribbon that officially opened the Whitehead side of the Haul-Over Municipal Park on Sunday. The park overlooks the historic Whitehead Canal and connects the communities of Port Felix and Whitehead. Allan Murphy Photo


Historic canal the site of new park

By Allan Murphy

WHITEHEAD – “Let's meet at the haul-over” has been a familiar phrase to folks in Whitehead and Port Felix for generations. It will now have another meaning with the new Haul-Over Municipal Park which was officially opened on Sunday in Whitehead.


St. Mary's welcomes the world

International students made to feel at home

By Morgan MacPherson

This year five high school students from all over the world have gathered to live and learn in an exotic location: Sherbrooke. They are participating in the Nova Scotia International Student Program, which allows them to live with local families as they attend St. Mary’s Academy. The students choose whether to participate for one semester or for the full academic year, and the purpose of their stay is full immersion in the English language and Canadian culture.


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