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St. Margaret of Scotland Roman Catholic

St. Margaret of Scotland Roman Catholic Church is located on a quiet road near Broad Cove, on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.  Founded in 1857, it serves an important part to the Gaelic roots of the area and hosts a large Scottish music concert each year on the grounds.




MYSTERIES: The 500 Year Old Chinese City on Cape Breton Island

by Art MacKay, October 12, 2014

The Visuals:

Chinese City on Cape Breton

The Story:

Back in 2002, architect, amateur historian and native Cape Bretoner Paul Chiasson went for a hike up Kelly’s Mountain on Cape Dauphin near Sydney on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. 728 more words

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National Geographic Traveler: World´s 111 Best Island Destinations.

Unspoiled, unexplored, unbelievable – The Faroe Islands. Those were some of the keywords that National Geographic Traveler used in its description of the winner of best island destination in the world, the Faroe Islands, above over 111 other island destinations. 6 more words


'You feel blessed to live here': Cape Breton reacts to Trump win

The CEO of a Cape Breton Island tourism organisation is exhausted following the U.S. election results.

Mary Tulle has been fielding interview requests from international news organizations since midnight Wednesday — all of them wondering if Americans are l… 371 more words



As the last word in the CANADIAN NURSE MAGAZINE ( which I get  because I am still a registered nurse ), on page 82, there is a very interesting article about the state of affairs in regards to THE LONG TERM CARE FUNDING CRISIS IN CANADA ( written by a Brent Mizzen, who I do not know, but who is  Assistant Vice President,  underwriting and policy, with the Canadian Life And Health Insurance Association, I suppose I`d have to look up who they are…. 393 more words

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Dingwall and Cape Breton Island

I think I have died and gone to heaven  We drove another long day to get to our destination, Cape Breton.   Little did we know that Cape Breton was largely populated by Scots.  550 more words

2016 CBI The Cabot Trail ~ Racing Style

Recap redux: Thursday/Friday: Travel

Saturday, Brad D’or scenic lake trail.

Sunday: Celidh scenic trail.


  • Plan A: Whale watching out of Igonish, then The Cabot Trail with a side trip to Meat Cove.
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