Friday, December 14, 2018
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives have released an e-mail they claim is from the former warden of Richmond County. Late on Thursday, PC Leader Jamie Baillie received an e-mail related to the investigation into allegations Richmond municipal councillors were reimbursed...
HALIFAX: For the first time ever, Nova Scotia's evergreen Christmas gift to Boston is coming from Cape Breton and the Mi'kmaw community will help celebrate its send-off. The large Christmas tree that is given as part of the annual thank...
HALIFAX: The Canso Canal will be closed for an extended period starting November 1 to May 14, to marine traffic as work continues on the Canso Causeway swing bridge. The swing bridge is 60-years-old and requires significant upgrades to ensure...
BREAKING: Shortly after midnight, Antigonish District RCMP was called to the scene of a collision on Highway 4 in Afton Station.  The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, a 30-year-old woman from Antigonish, died at the scene. The vehicle...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Local trail and park projects received another boost from the province. On October 24, Richmond MLA Michel Samson announced $20,000 in funding for the Strait Area Trails Association through the province's sustainable transportation program, Connect2. The province also announced...
ARICHAT: A forensic audit dealing with five years’ worth of expense claims filed by Richmond municipal councillors and the county’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) has reached the public, as the result of a motion passed by council three days...
ARICHAT: Richmond County’s returning officer has confirmed there will be two recounts held for municipal and school board seats. On Tuesday, Clair Rankin said Gail Johnson has applied for a recount in Richmond Municipal District 5 (Johnstown-L'Ardoise) and Lian Parsons...
ANTIGONISH:  St. Francis Xavier University President Dr. Kent MacDonald and the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, Canada’s 18th Prime Minister, will announce the Brian Mulroney Institute of Government and the construction of Mulroney Hall on Wednesday. The public launch will take...
BREAKING: The Port Hawkesbury RCMP are investigation a break, enter and theft. Sometime between midnight and S a.m. on October 19, on Long Stretch Road, in the community of Mackdale, suspects gained entry to a shed on a property and...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotians can expect heavy rain and strong winds beginning tonight and continuing Saturday. Environment Canada has issued a weather advisory that parts of the province can expect between 50 and 100 millimetres of rain. This could bring localized...
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