Tuesday, October 16, 2018
HALIFAX: The provincial government refused to bite on a request from a Strait area MLA to make changes to the Port Hastings Rotary. During Question Period in the Nova Scotia Legislature on September 11, Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster recalled a...
ARICHAT: The Inverness-Richmond County Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU) and Richmond County RCMP executed a search warrant at a residence in Arichat on September 12. As a result of the search, two woman are facing charges. Ann Marie Dorey, 56, and...
OTTAWA: The federal government said it will make a lucrative clam quota available in two years and it wants a First Nations bid to assume control. The next day, Canada’s Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner ruled that the former...
HALIFAX: The crew of a First Nations fishing boat that caught fire off the coast of Cape Breton was rescued last night. Major Mark Gough, Senior Public Affairs Officer with Maritime Forces Atlantic, explained that at approximately 8:30 p.m., the...
PORT HOOD: Council was divided, but ultimately the Inverness municipal unit decided to overturn a decision made by the Eastern District Planning Commission (EDPC) to allow developers to create additional housing in the village of Inverness. John Bain, the EDPC’s...
CANSO: The proposed spaceport project for Guysborough County won’t be blasting off and breaking ground anytime soon. Nova Scotia’s environment minister said she can’t make a decision whether to approve the rocket launch site in Canso, because Maritime Launch Services...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University is suing the former Coady International Institute finance director, accusing him of misappropriating nearly $250,000. The statement of claim that was filed in Nova Scotia Supreme Court cites James Edward Marlow created fake invoices from suppliers, requisitioned...
GLACE BAY: Cape Breton-Canso Member of Parliament Rodger Cuzner is seeking re-election. Reached at his constituency office in Glace Bay on September 7, the long-time MP told The Reporter he made the decision based on a number of policies put...
HALIFAX: The Electoral Boundaries Commission is holding consultations to obtain public input about the provincial electoral boundaries for their Interim Report. Among the public consultations held across Nova Scotia, including Cheticamp and Baddeck, the commission will be at the Louisdale...
LINWOOD: Two men were killed in a single vehicle crash last night on Highway 4. At around 6:51 p.m., a small car driving in Linwood left the road, rolled and struck a tree. The two men in the front seats of...
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