Saturday, February 22, 2020
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is in the process of setting up a seniors’ council to help make life a little easier for those over the age of 65. “The goal of the seniors’ council is...
HALIFAX: Forestry contractors and woodlot owners can apply for additional silviculture and roadwork, starting February 14. This follows last month’s announcement by Premier Stephen McNeil of a $7 million investment to help keep people working in...
PORT HAWKESBURY: During the regular monhtly council meeting on February 4, Port Hawkesbury Mayor Brenda Chisholm-Beaton provided councillors with an update on the Cape Breton Gateway project. Referencing a meeting she had with Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister...
MULGRAVE: The Mayor of Mulgrave says the town is making progress on addressing the ongoing issues at Exit 40, the intersection that leads to the community, from Highway 104. During the monthly regular meeting on February...
MULGRAVE: Officials with the Town of Mulgrave plan on meeting with the executive committee of the town’s fire department. Mayor Ralph Hadley said they’ll discuss the recent animosity between the town’s chief administrative officer Darlene Berthier Sampson, and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The mayor of Port Hawkesbury says town officials will continue to operate the gym inside the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre after the local branch of the YMCA gets shut down later this month. Brenda...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council made a rare decision to keep one of its members from attending in-camera meetings, using municipal e-mail, and serving on municipal committees. The decision was made on Thursday, February 6 against...
HALIFAX: Older adult learners across Nova Scotia will receive training to better use technology with the support of a $50,000 grant to the Empowering Seniors Through Technology project. Funding to @NS, a network which empowers communities and...
INVERNESS COUNTY: Local MLA Allan MacMaster is hopeful the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) will modify its budging formula so that areas like Inverness County will receive more money for snow clearing. Budgets for snow...
HALIFAX: On April 1, Nova Scotia’s minimum wage rate will increase by $1 an hour, to $12.55 per hour. According to a press release from the provincial government, this represents the largest annual increase to Nova...


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Translate »