Tuesday, December 11, 2018
By: Catherine Knott PORT HAWKESBURY: “I think it’s an important issue. An issue that should be talked about… there are so many veterans who are silently suffering from PTSD.” Fourteen-year-old Sara Pluta is a Grade 9 student at SAERC in Port...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Four candidates have officially declared their interest in the vacant seat on Port Hawkesbury Town Council. Dawna MacDonald, Port Hawkesbury’s returning officer, advised The Reporter late last Tuesday that Blaine MacQuarrie, Michele Tabensky, Dave Ryan, and Maris Freimanis...
HALIFAX: A company with plans to put Richmond County on the craft cannabis map expects to start the hiring process this summer and have their facility constructed by the fall. The Headland Cultivation Inc. co-founder and president David Burton told...
PORT HAWKESBURY: From developing the first successful commercial maple syrup business on Cape Breton, Jim Mustard is looking to continue to blaze the trail by being a part of a group of individuals looking to start the first cannabis...
GUYSBOROUGH: Unlike every other municipality across the province, officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) vetoed the option to give themselves a pay raise. The pay raise, which would have come into effect in January, was recommended...
ANTIGONISH: The town is working to meet provincial water regulations. The Town of Antigonish, with the support of the Nova Scotia Department of Environment, continues to implement its Backflow Prevention Program to meet requirements of the Department of Environment for...
ANTIGONISH: The county’s warden said he was part of a discussion regarding local interchanges with the province’s transportation minister. Warden Owen McCarron said he met with Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister and Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie MLA Lloyd Hines on October 29...
ANTIGONISH: Band and municipal council members took part in their first joint meeting last week. Paqtnkek First Nation Band Council and Council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish took part in their first official joint council meeting on...
ANTIGONISH: The area’s regional enterprise network will likely be a topic of discussion for some local councils next month. During Monday’s regular meeting of Antigonish Town Council, members voted to show their support for the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Warden of the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) continues to stand behind council’s decision to withdraw from the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN). “As everyone knows, we signaled our intention back a number of months...
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