Thursday, August 22, 2019
PORT HAWKESBURY: The RCMP confirmed it is investigating a couple of bizarre incidents in the town. A Facebook post made by Keisha Price on June 12, describes an encounter relayed to her by a co-worker in the...
PORT HOOD: “I am loving it! It’s such an exciting role to be in. To have a centre here, specifically to support female entrepreneurs - through all stages of growth - is very exciting.” Port Hood...
PORT HASTINGS: Two people were arrested for drug trafficking earlier this week. At approximately 3 p.m. on October 30, members of the Inverness District RCMP conducted a traffic stop in Port Hastings. A 43-year-old man from Halifax and a 39-year-old...
HALIFAX: A shuttered West coast LNG project led to renewed interest in a local LNG project. Paul MacLean, strategic and regulatory affairs advisor for Bear Head LNG, said Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, the parent company behind Bear Head LNG, is...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia’s Electoral Boundaries Commission is recommending the return of the riding of Richmond and for the Town of Port Hawkesbury to rejoin the riding of Inverness. On Monday, the independent commission released its final report...
By: Raissa Tetanish Editor Hub Now, Tatamagouche Light PORT HAWKESBURY: A Port Hawkesbury lawyer and former president of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party has been suspended until further notice by the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Jason Boudrot had his practising certificate suspended pursuant to...
HALIFAX: A local MLA wants to know what is being done to recruit and retain nurses in the province. In the Nova Scotia legislature on April 11, Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster asked Health Minister Randy Delorey what is causing a...
HALIFAX: The fatality inquiry into the deaths of Lionel Desmond and his family will be held in the Municipality of the District of Guysborough, close to the community where the tragedy occurred. On January 3, 2017, the bodies of Desmond,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Changes may be on the way to a contentious town by-law approved shortly before this fall’s municipal election that hiked the fees charged to mobile food vendors, flea market operators and those running similar ventures. Deputy Mayor Trevor...
HALIFAX: With a new leader for the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia comes new critic responsibilities for several members of the PC Caucus. “I’m proud to lead such a strong team of motivated MLAs,” said Tim Houston, who was...
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