Monday, August 20, 2018
MULGRAVE: A Mulgrave nurse has been reprimanded for criticizing a patient’s family at an emergency room. A disciplinary decision that was released on the Web site of the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) said nurse Donna Lynne...
ANTIGONISH: A new program aimed to help recent post-secondary graduates connect with businesses, received provincial funding during their launch event at the Antigonish CACL Community Centre on August 1. Young people and new Nova Scotians in the Strait region will...
AULD’S COVE: Nova Scotia Power has completed the installation of six new transmission towers that will carry clean hydroelectricity from Muskrat Falls to mainland Nova Scotia. Tom Flewwelling, Senior Project Engineer, said to see every component of the project in...
PORT HOOD: Human remains found in the ocean near Port Hood last month have been identified by the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner’s Service as 54-year-old Patrick John MacDonald. MacDonald was last seen on January 21 at 2:30 p.m. and his...
HALIFAX: Following several months of contract negotiations a mutually satisfactory agreement between East Coast Credit Union (East Coast) and Unifor Local 2107 was reached on Thursday. The tentative agreement announced will cover 44 full and part-time workers at three Credit...
ANTIGONISH: It’s not every day you’re able to witness life-lasting impressions let alone also being able to leave an undeniable legacy within the roots of a small, rural, historic Nova Scotian town. But for four days last week, Antigonish was...
OTTAWA: Buckling up when entering a vehicle has become second nature to nearly everybody, and now that same mindset will be clicking in whenever boarding a bus. Seatbelts will soon be a mandatory requirement on all newly built highway buses,...
ANTIGONISH: The town is showing confidence in the local enterprise network. Antigonish Town Council recently passed three motions regarding the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN). Council voted to support the ESREN in a request to report to a single...
PORT HASTINGS: The warning siren at the Canso Causeway was loud enough for Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster to hear at his home in Troy, so he could certainly appreciate the aching eardrums of those living closer to the Port...
OTTAWA: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet on Wednesday of last week, and it didn’t take long for the Conservative opposition to take issue with the new line-up. “Trudeau made it abundantly clear that he doesn’t care about Atlantic...
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