Tuesday, August 20, 2019
PORT HOOD: The waste water treatment plant in Inverness has local residents literally turning up their noses as the facility is now producing a scent that everyone knows yet no one appreciates. “We’re getting some odour...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The school year is right around the corner and the cost of back-to-school supplies add up quick - that means for some students in the Strait area, they may need a little extra help in obtaining everything on...
ANTIGONISH: It was another successful event for the area. With the Nova Scotia 55-Plus Games wrapping up the first weekend in August, Antigonish County Warden Owen McCarron called the event good for the area.
INVERNESS COUNTY: The Municipality of the County of Inverness has hired Commander David A. Coulombe as director of the new Department of Infrastructure and Emergency Services (previously referred to as the Public Works Department). Coulombe is currently...
PORT HOOD: New water meters are coming to Inverness County and the municipality’s director of finance says the innovation is going to mean better service for residents and more accurate billing for the county.
By Alec Bruce, Halifax Magazine HALIFAX: One bright, sunny day in the near future, the inhabitants of tiny Canso, Nova Scotia, might spy from their craggy shoreline a new vessel...
HALIFAX: The province’s environment department has issued a warning about the appearance of a blue-green algae bloom in Lake Ainslie. On July 26, Nova Scotia Environment (NSE) issued a public advisory that the Inverness County lake was impacted...
  OTTAWA: The federal government has tabled new legislation that would deter owners from leaving vessels unattended in Canadian waters for extended periods of time.   Last week, the Government of Canada introduced the Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels...
PORT HOOD: During Inverness’ municipal council meeting last week, council members spent some time talking about whether or not to talk about the proposed airport in the Inverness County. “I’d like to get a feeling on how...
HALIFAX: The NSCC Strait Area Campus will be providing a new bursary program for students enrolled in the Continuing Care Assistant program. On July 29, the provincial government announced the launch of the program which will provide successful...
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