HALIFAX: Bear Paw Pipeline Corporation Inc announced that it received environmental assessment approval from Nova Scotia Environment for its natural gas pipeline. “The environmental assessment approval is an important regulatory component that furthers our goal to be the leader in...
ANTIGONISH: Town and county council are looking at a potential ban on plastic bags. On December 17, Antigonish Town Council sent the matter to staff during a regular council meeting. In November, council discussed the ban and voted to discuss the...
ARICHAT: Councillors had strong words for other municipalities which do not fund a group trying to promote the Strait of Canso. On January 28 in Arichat, during the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council, Chief Administrative Office Kent MacIntyre...
SKYE GLEN: At 11:22 p.m. Friday night, a 911 call was received reporting that a 34-year-old male had been shot in the leg at a residence on Highway 252. Shortly after, a 27-year-old male was arrested by RCMP near where the...
ANTIGONISH: Municipal officials in Antigonish County have passed a motion to officially leave the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) at the end of the month. During the regular municipal council meeting on March 19, councillors unanimously made the decision...
LOWER L’ARDOISE: Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Michel Samson is defending his party’s riding association, as Elections Nova Scotia launches an investigation into the municipal reimbursement of admission fees for a Liberal fundraising dinner involving Samson and Premier Stephen McNeil in...
ANTIGONISH: The RCMP charged two drivers for stunting within 30 minutes one another yesterday on Highway 104 in Antigonish County. The RCMP's Northeast Traffic Services in Antigonish were conducting regular patrols in Barney's River when at 12:25 p.m....
D'ESCOUSSE: At 1:09 a.m. Sunday morning, two men entered a home on Highway 320 in the northside of Isle Madame. The owner of the residence, his fiancee, adult son, and adult daughter were present in the home when he was...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A resident of Port Hood received a phone call today from a person who said they worked at Revenue Canada. They told him that he had to call 1-613-800-7431 or an arrest warrant would be issued for...
BLUES MILLS: An Inverness County family is taking part in a long-standing gesture of friendship from the Province of Nova Scotia. Every year, Nova Scotia sends a Christmas tree to the City of Boston as a gesture of gratitude for...
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