Monday, December 17, 2018
ANTIGONISH: A new on-line tool will make it easier for people to find information on doing business in the Strait region. On January 22, the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) celebrated the launch of their Economic Development Investment Mapper...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) has denied another appeal of a property variance in St. Peter’s. On November 30, the UARB dismissed an appeal by Clair Bouchard and Donald J. MacNeil of a variance for a...
ARICHAT: In the wake of reduced service linked to a lack of additional municipal funds from Richmond County, municipal councillors have voted to ask senior staff to see if the latest funding request from Strait Area Transit (SAT) can...
ANTIGONISH: News report list Wafic Said, Victor Dahdaleh, Wilbur Ross, and David Koch as donors to StFX University’s Mulroney Institute of Government and Xaverian Commons, a multi-million dollar project on the Antigonish school’s campus for which the former Canadian...
PORT HASTINGS: The Canso Causeway swing bridge is open again for car and similar vehicle traffic and is on target to open to marine traffic by the middle of the month. “There is still some wiring and some activities taking...
ARICHAT: The provincial government will not be a funding partner in a revitalization project for the municipality’s shire town. During a special meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on August 1, Richmond CAO Kent MacIntyre confirmed that the Arichat Mainstreet Revitalization...
PORT HASTINGS: Police are investigating a substantial theft from a local business. Sometime between 10:30 p.m. on August 22 and the morning of August 23, an orange model KX91-3 2013 Kubota excavator valued at $45,000, a yellow 2005 LWL platform...
ANTIGONISH: A committee examining the future of five schools in the Town of Antigonish and the surrounding communities has recommended that the Strait regional school board (SRSB) proceed with the closure of the most recently-built structure in the feeder...
ANTIGONISH: A local business owner said she supports the province’s restorative justice program. “I think it’s a very wholesome approach if the right people are involved,” said Meghan Peters, co-owner of the Tall and Small Café. “I definitely, after going...
NEW WATERFORD: The suspension of the midwifery program in the South Shore has raised concern over the future of the program in other regions of the province. A January 24 media release by the NDP Caucus criticized the handling of...
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