Profile of Clayton Hunt

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  • Former Harbour Breton plant workers' patience wearing thin

    Greg Pretty, the director of industrial/retail/offshore of the Fish, Food and Allied Workers/Unifor (FFAW), met with union employees in Harbour ...

  • Holocaust victims have Belleoram connection

    The Germans built the camp complex in 1940 in what is now south-central Poland. Originally constructed to exterminate Polish prisoners of war, ...

  • Reviving a Mi’kmaq tradition

    One of the more interesting ones is the salite (pronounced sal-li-day). A salite is basically a way to help a family that has lost a loved one. ...

  • Conne River holding Come Home Year

    Colleen Lambert, the tourism, culture and recreation manager for the Miawpukek First Nation, said the 10-day event will have activities aimed at ...

  • Qalipu band applications being reviewed

    QMFN Chief Brandon Sheppard said the Qalipu registration process could be completed by the end of this year. A brief history On June 14, 2011, ...

  • Osbourne recognized for heroism

    Thomas Osbourne Sr. of Arnold’s Cove, a former resident of St. Jacques in Fortune Bay North, played a key role in rescuing four members of a ...

  • Stand Up! (to bullying)

    These grade six students at St. Joseph’s Elementary in Harbour Breton joined thousands of their counterparts across the country during Bullying ...

  • Work progressing on breakwater

    The breakwater, which will provide protection for boats that tie up by the fisherman’s wharf during the winter, will extend 115 metres from ...

  • Harbour Breton CYN highlights activities

    Trina Mercer, the Chair of the CYN, said the success of the program is due to the dedicated staff, adult and youth volunteers who make a positive ...

  • More money for plant workers

    The workers had been employees of Cooke Aqua, which closed its salmon processing operation in the community in November 2013. The Barry Group of ...