CANSO: An application has been filed to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board for the transfer of the assets of the Canso Electric Light Utility (CEU) from the Municipality of the District of Guysborough to...
ST. PETER’S: The village of St. Peter’s looks more colourful and more supportive than ever before, thanks to a grassroots initiative to show love and support to members of the LGBTQ+ community. Just a month old, the...
PORT HOOD: A number of community groups in Inverness County will receive funding from their municipal government. The funding confirmations came during council’s regular July meeting, taking place last Thursday at the municipal building in Port Hood.
PORT HOOD: Trudy Gillis, who serves as Manager of Environmental and Facility Compliance for the Municipality of Inverness County, reported to council last Thursday. A number of water and wastewater issues throughout the municipality have been remedied,...
PORT HOOD: The Government of Canada’s first ever Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) is a $2-billion investment that seeks to double the number of women-owned businesses by 2025. On July 2, Rodger Cuzner, Member of Parliament for Cape...
ANTIGONISH: The courthouse is remaining under current ownership. During a special meeting of Antigonish Municipal Council on July 5, council members voted to accept amendments to the lease between the province and the municipality for the Antigonish Courthouse.
Public transportation groups receive accessibility funding HALIFAX: The provincial government is providing funding under the Accessible Transportation Assistance Program to help groups purchase accessible vehicles. Eighteen organizations will receive funding under the program to...
PORT HOOD: An application from the Cape Mabou Pasture Co-op for municipal funding was turned down during Inverness County’s regular meeting last Thursday. The group was looking for $15,000 from the municipality. That money would complement an Atlantic...
HALIFAX: A L’Ardoise fisherman was successful in his appeal in federal court. On May 24 Justice Sylvie Roussel ruled that Lester Martell of L’Ardoise has the right to use a medical substitute operator for the current lobster...
ANTIGONISH: The ribbon for the new cardiorespiratory services unit was cut during a small gathering of provincial and municipal political representatives, members of the hospital’s foundation and hospital staff last Thursday. In recognition of a significant donation of...
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