CANSO: Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (MLS) recently selected eastern Guysborough County as the site of a rocket launch base after looking at several communities in North America. Guysborough Warden Vernon Pitts explained the site is between Canso and Little Dover. “That’s...
PORT HASTINGS: Locals and visitors will have the chance to once again see an aerial view of Cape Breton thanks to the staff and management of Celtic Air Services. “The helicopter is arriving June 2, and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Strait Area Mayors and Wardens have taken a proactive approach to supporting the Energy East Pipeline and port development activities in the Strait of Canso. A meeting of the Strait Area Mayors and Wardens was called on December...
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...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After several years of discussions that have spanned three different provincial administrations, town officials and the Nova Scotia Government are in the home stretch of transferring a parcel of land from the province to the town. Cape Breton-Richmond...
PORT HASTINGS: Airports became a matter for discussion around the table at Inverness Municipal Council. The municipal group, which met on May 1, saw district 6 Councillor John Dowling present a resolution calling for the municipality to withdraw support for...
ANTIGONISH: Nova Scotia RCMP's Northeast Traffic Services arrested six impaired drivers since January 19. Members of the Traffic Unit, which covers Antigonish, Pictou, and Guysborough counties, have identified these drivers through a variety of methods, including traffic stops, check stops, and...
STRAIT AREA: Officials are pointing fingers following a two-hour traffic jam at the Canso Causeway late last week. On August 23, traffic entering and leaving Cape Breton was initially delayed, then eventually backed up as far as the Town of...
POINT TUPPER: The local paper mill received some positive news about its appeal. On April 13, Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) was given notice of a positive decision coming from a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) panel. A release from...
ARICHAT: The former and current warden debated an extension for infrastructure projects already approved under the municipality’s grant policy. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on April 23 in Arichat, interim Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)...
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