PAQ’TNKEK: A local First Nations community will vote next month on a land exchange agreement involving the twinning of Highway 104. “We’re in the process of voting on July 13 on basically surrendering - which is a term in the...
ANTIGONISH: Last week, StFX played host to the 51st annual conference of the Canadian Economics Association. Frances Woolley, program chair for the conference and president of the association, said the conference hosted people from all over the world. The event...
HALIFAX: Last week, the province’s medical examiner decided against an inquiry in relation to the death of Lionel Desmond and three others. Sarah Gillis, media relations officer with the Nova Scotia Department of Justice, stated the medical examiner did not...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) recently dismissed an application by the Attorney General to re-open a hearing regarding compensation to S&D Smith Central Supplies Limited for the expropriation of land. In its decision, the UARB stated...
HALIFAX: A new seniors facility will receive power from the province’s power supplier. Last week, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review (UARB) Board announced Nova Scotia Power Inc. (NSPI) will provide power to a senior’s care facility being built by...
ARICHAT: Richmond County is no closer to finding a new permanent Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), with less than a month remaining on the contract for the person holding the post on an interim basis. Richmond Warden Brian Marchand confirmed Friday...
ARICHAT: Largely vacant for the past decade, the 170-year-old Arichat courthouse will become a hub for Isle Madame’s tourism, arts and culture prospects if a local entrepreneur has her way. Lisa Boudreau arrived at last week’s regular monthly meeting of...
ARICHAT: Two topics arose at Richmond Municipal Council’s latest monthly meeting regarding tighter restrictions on county-owned vehicles and the proper rate for councillors and staff to use when travelling in their own personal vehicles. Council voted 3-2 in favour of...
ARICHAT: A local developer hoping to establish new affordable housing units for local seniors is mulling over his options, after a second consecutive pitch to Richmond Municipal Council fell short. Council voted 3-2 against Thai Luong’s application to rezone a...
LOUISDALE: Nova Scotia RCMP investigators have officially closed an investigation into allegations of fraud and breach of trust by Richmond County municipal officials and will not lay any charges in the matter. Police officials launched their investigation last October, shortly...
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