GOLDBORO: Over the past month, the company behind the proposed Goldboro Gold Project has reached a number of milestones, including providing an update on their bulk sample, purchasing additional land for exploration, and signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Nova...
ST. PETER’S: The St. Peter’s Canal marked its 150th anniversary on August 10, and the event was commemorated by a Parks Canada celebration at the National Historic Site. “Richmond County is excited to celebrate 150 years of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The school year is right around the corner and the cost of back-to-school supplies add up quick - that means for some students in the Strait area, they may need a little extra help in obtaining everything on...
ANTIGONISH: It was another successful event for the area. With the Nova Scotia 55-Plus Games wrapping up the first weekend in August, Antigonish County Warden Owen McCarron called the event good for the area.
By Alec Bruce, Halifax Magazine HALIFAX: One bright, sunny day in the near future, the inhabitants of tiny Canso, Nova Scotia, might spy from their craggy shoreline a new vessel...
PORT HOOD: During Inverness’ municipal council meeting last week, council members spent some time talking about whether or not to talk about the proposed airport in the Inverness County. “I’d like to get a feeling on how...
PORT HAWKESBURY: As Destination Reeves Street brings one of Port Hawkesbury’s busiest thoroughfares a sleek new look, a second project is taking place on Granville Street intent on celebrating the town’s past. “I think it’s important...
ANTIGONISH: Through the New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP), the Government of Canada said it continues to meet the needs of seniors by supporting initiatives that help them stay active and involved in their communities. On July...
PORT HOOD: Trade disputes with the United States kept management with Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) maintaining a relatively low profile, but Allan Eddie, PHP’s business development manager, said those matters are settled, which means it’s time to once again touch base...
MABOU: Last Saturday was an historic day as members of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust (NSNT) celebrated their largest coastal conservation effort in the group’s 25-year history. “In all, this project protects 2,000 acres of amazing coastal...
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