Hi there! I'm Leah Noble, and this is my blog, "Dream Big Cape Breton." This is the space where I share my thoughts, my photographs, and my take on life in Cape Breton.
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Category Archives: Politics
I’m from Baddeck. It’s in Victoria County, one of the four counties on the island. When I told people in Baddeck that I was moving to North Sydney, which is in Cape Breton County, sometimes people would say, “Oh that’s … Continue reading
So I’ve been putting off a post about the municipal election, mostly because I haven’t really had the time (or made the time, I guess it depends on your perspective) to think about the municipal election. I find myself wishing … Continue reading
The signs are sprouting up everywhere. (These ones are some that I passed on a walk the other day, near my house.) Let’s have some fun with this – take a snapshot or two of an election sign or signs … Continue reading
I’m off to the Mainland for the long weekend. I’ll be back with regular programming on Tuesday. You know, it’s funny, when I was a kid, Canada Day was all about the parade – candy being tossed to us kids … Continue reading