Cape Bretoners have always loved their minor league sports. They will turn out in large numbers with great gusto to support the hometown team. Local rivalries are as intense as wherever organized sports might be played. It’s been that way for generations.
Look at this happy fella with the handlebar mustache posing for a photograph with his dear old dad!
Ryan Van Horne doesn’t care much for stereotypes. He likes to smash them. Eviscerate them actually, absolutely disembowel them. One paragraph, one sentence, one word at a time.
That’s something you might expect from a former sports reporter turned socially aware playwright, turned script writer, turned documentary film director.
Back in the winter, we told you about backbencher Cape Breton Centre MLA Dave Wilton’s love of nice things and his new found access to public cash after the Liberal was elected in a 2015 byelection.
Cape Breton Centre is New Waterford and surrounding area. N-Dipper Frankie Corbett’s old riding.
As weddings go it was as beautiful and elegant as it was make-believe.
Hollywood came to Baddeck, Cape Breton, a pocket-sized, insignificant crossroads in quiet repose, resting sometimes comfortably on the northern shore of the Bras d’Or Lake. Population 750ish.
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