The Cape Breton
Regional Municipality recently granted Harbor-Port Development Partners the exclusive right to market the Port of Sydney for development.
Sandra Barr, Professor of Geology at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, commented in the Cape Breton
Post (October 15, 2014): "It's a unique package of rocks in Nova Scotia.
9) The treaty's impact on PRC operations in Cape Breton
is not known.
This paper provides a summary of 90 years of geological studies and mapping over Cape Breton
Island pertinent to understanding the hydrogeology of faults.
Songs like "Fisherman's Son" and "Coal Town Road" connect the labor of the common man on Cape Breton
with upstate New York.
Island in Nova Scotia, Canada, has roots in both French and Scottish cultures.
The potential for job creation and long-term economic growth is critical to the future of Cape Breton
Coal miners in Cape Breton
were effectively organized by local labour leaders such as J.
Further, the revolving ownership of several of the Cape Breton
rail lines makes that particular topic extremely confusing.
It was the picture on page 45 of Volume 18 Issue 1 (January 2011) of Defence Minister Peter MacKay reinstating the original name to the Cape Breton
, NS Mary Theresa MacMillan, 65, of RR#1, Lingan, Cape Breton
, Nova Scotia, Canada B1H 4K2, passed away Saturday, October 16, 2010 in Cape Breton
Hospital, in the AnCola Palliative Care Unit, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Terry Gibbs and Garry Leech, The Failure of Global Capitalism: From Cope Breton to Colombia and Beyond (Sydney: Cape Breton
University Press 2009)