Wednesday, September 18, 2019
MONKS HEAD: Thirty local residents attended an informational walk and talk in Monks Head earlier this month. The event - hosted by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), in partnership with parent organizations Bird Studies Canada...
INVERNESS: Residents here held a rally to express their concerns over the state of the community’s treatment plant. The rally, which was organized by the Inverness Development Association (IDA), was called “Crisis in Inverness,” and was...
AULD’S COVE: Thirty-five years to the day that Irving Oil opened its first Big Stop, the Irving family, invited guests and residents celebrated an official re-opening. On August 17, Irving Oil hosted a grand re-opening celebration...
CANSO: Earlier this month, residents were given the opportunity to hear from panelists as they expressed their concerns about the proposed Canso Spaceport project – some even aired their own. On August 1, a public meeting was...
INVERNESS COUNTY: Inverness County’s MLA was already a busy man but now, due to a number of new critic assignments, Allan MacMaster will have a whole lot to keep him occupied. “Someone has the confidence that...
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...
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