Monday, December 17, 2018
ARICHAT: Councillors want to draft a report examining what other municipalities are doing about streetlights on private roads. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on October 23, public works director Chris Boudreau sought clarification from council whether...
ANTIGONISH: County council has heard back from the province regarding a local intersection. Last month, Warden Owen McCarron expressed council’s frustration with the lack of news on a traffic study done on the Beech Hill and Trunk 4 intersection. Last week,...
ANTIGONISH: Rules governing the use and possession of cannabis at schools and in various municipalities are being established around the region. Students attending St. Francis Xavier University are able to smoke cannabis on campus as long as they’re not inside...
HALIFAX: The minister of transportation promised to investigate a problem experienced by some homeowners along Chapel Cove Road. On October 3 in the Nova Scotia Legislature, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon asked the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Lloyd...
ANTIGONISH: Council is looking forward to the return of a councillor who has been absent due to health reasons. During the regular monthly meeting of council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish last week, members requested a vote...
GUYSBOROUGH: Officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough approved an amendment to a policy dealing with the public disclosure of the travel expenses of all elected officials during its regular council meeting last Wednesday. Following the meeting, Warden...
HALIFAX: The Minister of Business is assuring Nova Scotians a trust used to fund high-speed Internet upgrades will be audited. During Question Period in the Nova Scotia Legislature on October 3, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon asked whether the Nova...
PORT HOOD: Laureen MacDonald and Marie Sophie Aucoin, case managers for Nova Scotia Works, visited Inverness Municipal Council last week to give a recap of their services. “Representatives from our offices can assist clients with employment services,” Aucoin said. “We...
PORT HOOD: With October 17 set as the date for recreational marijuana to become legal across Canada, two health boards in Inverness County are questioning their municipal leaders about how the legalization will be handled locally. “They were wondering what...
HALIFAX: The Premier answered questions from a Strait area MLA over the issue of palliative care. On September 26 in the Nova Scotia Legislature, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon asked Premier Stephen McNeil about the “unacceptable” level of palliative care...
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