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INVERNESS, Nova Scotia — When you drive to Cabot Cape Breton from mainland Nova Scotia, a journey taking you across the rock-filled Canso Causeway that recently proved resilient in the face of Hurricane Fiona, you first get a glimpse of the reason you came as you crest a hill after Highway 19 becomes Central Avenue entering Inverness.

You glance to your left and see MacIsaac’s Pond and the Inverness Harbour, filled with bobbing boats and backed by the blue expanse of the Northumberland Strait. And then, pin flags flapping in the ocean breeze. A first-timer might miss them; a returnee will recognize this as a beacon of what’s to come.

You drive north through town slowly, past the Company House, the Coal Miner’s Café and the Co-op Country Store. You turn left just past River Street but before the driveway for Whit’s Public House, into the parking lot of Canada’s best golf resort, with its two courses ranked among the country’s top five.

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