By Jaymie WhiteLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter PORT AUX BASQUES — The most recent council meeting was held on Tuesday evening, Jan. 31. Matters discussed included donations toward the youth bowlers new uniforms, a wind phone by East Haven, the purchase of crown land, committee reports. Bowling UniformsAt the previous meeting
By Lori BennettNational Sports Columnist NHL NoiseThe reigning Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche kicked off trade season last week when they dealt a former first round pick, forward Martin Kaut, and depth defenseman Jacob MacDonald to the San Jose Sharks for depth forward Matt Nieto and defenseman Ryan Merkley, who
By Jaymie WhiteLocal Journalism Initiative Reporter PORT AUX BASQUES — The idea behind Bread and Roses comes from a political slogan used during the women’s suffrage movement in the early 1900’s. The slogan, which is also the name of a song and poem, represented the appeal for fair wages and
Plans for fish plant, infrastructure repairs and new housing options By Rosalyn RoySenior Staff Reporter– with files from René J. Roy PORT AUX BASQUES — The Municipal budget for 2023 was handed down by Councillor Gwen Davis during the last meeting of council on Tuesday, Jan. 31. The budget was
In 1942, crossing the Atlantic Ocean was a dangerous enough trip. There was a war on, and German submarines were a legitimate threat, known to patrol provincial and Canadian waters. Add in a bitter February winter storm, with the usual strong winds, and this was a perfect recipe for disaster.