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CICU-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 94.1 MHz from the Eskasoni First Nation on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia.

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About 200 millimetres of rain fell, overflowing the main roads, a ball field and a bridge near the school, Denny said.

The band has imposed a precautionary boil water order.

"We're all part of the same community in one big Island family, and this is the worst weather event for rain we've experienced, and it has been devastating and something we want to make sure we get recovered from as soon as possible." Two tour buses had been stranded in Eskasoni for several hours, Denny said.

They had been attending a Celtic Colours International Music Festival concert of Mi'kmaq and Gaelic music, he said.

In the 1940's the federal government began a policy of centralization, which involved moving Mi'kmaq families from other reserves to Eskasoni.

Prior to centralization Eskasoni's population was less than 200, now Eskasoni is the highest populated reserve in Nova Scotia, with a population of 3,893 (2009).

The friends of a man beaten to death this weekend at Cape Breton’s Eskasoni First Nation are remembering a kind, well-liked man killed in what they’re calling a senseless act.

Jeffrey Nicholas says the attack against 36-year-old Dale Dennis seemed to happen in a matter of seconds.

Nicholas checked on his friend, who was unconscious and not breathing. Dennis died, and now his friends have erected a small monument to his memory on the spot where he was attacked.

He says when he told the attacker he had called police, the man ran away. We had to put him on his side so he could start breathing again,” Nicholas said.

About 100 homes in Eskasoni First Nation flooded Monday night as Cape Breton was hit with heavy rain and wind, the chief says.

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