ARICHAT: The municipality wants to post the results of their organizational review on-line, but how exactly to do that is the subject of debate. During the monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on October 23, Warden Brian Marchand wanted to...
INVERNESS COUNTY: Water woes recently left taps and toilets dry in the communities of Inverness, Mabou, and Port Hood, but Inverness Warden Betty Ann MacQuarrie said the municipality’s public works department was quick to respond to the matters. “It happens,...
OTTAWA: A Strait area Member of Parliament says change is needed to improve Employment Insurance (EI) service. On February 1, Cape Breton-Canso MP Roger Cuzner helped table a report looking at the quality of service for EI. He said a...
MARGAREE: Cape Breton University, thanks to the efforts of the Margaree Area Development Association (MADA), is pleased to have an endowed scholarship offered for those wanting to understand and promote Cape Breton Island. On July 1, MADA announced it would...
ANTIGONISH: The leader of Nova Scotia’s New Democratic Party was in Antigonish last week on the first leg of a summer tour of the province. On July 4, Gary Burrill attended the Antigonish Highland Games Street Fair on Main Street....
ANTIGONISH: Antigonish Town Council is waiting to hear back from the province’s Utility and Review Board (UARB) in relation to an effort to keep things green for homeowners. Some members of the Antigonish Community Energy (ACE) Co-operative have purchased equipment...
STRAIT AREA: Doctors Nova Scotia (DNS) taking a closer look at how family physicians in the province are compensated for their work. On January 6, more than 25 family doctors from throughout the province met in Dartmouth to discuss what...
PORT HASTINGS: Things are set to go back to normal at local schools, at least for the moment. On January 20, both the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development announced the parties...
ARICHAT: The Regional Occupation Centre (ROC) Society and Telile were both approved for municipal grants. In Arichat on September 24, during the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council, the ROC Society was approved for a type 4 regional general...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A bid by a local transit co-operative to expand its charter services has been rejected. Last week, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) denied a request by Strait Area Transit (SAT) to provide charter service for...
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