Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Driver arrested, charged with impaired driving following fatal collision

INVERNESS COUNTY: Inverness District RCMP have arrested a 22-year-old man from Whycocomagh following a fatal collision in Glencoe last evening.

Fitness centre re-opens, town plans for cycling

PORT HAWKESBURY: The fitness centre is re-opening and the town is taking part in a provincial Active Transportation project.

Strait area beaches hosting lifeguards this summer

HALIFAX: Lifeguards are on duty at beaches around the region, but this summer, it is different. The Nova Scotia...

Town unable to approve sign request

PORT HAWKESBURY: An application to erect a sign in town cannot be accommodated. During a special meeting of Port...

New code of conduct for municipal officials

HALIFAX: The province is currently working on a new code of conduct for elected municipal officials and municipal staff.

Food Hub to build processing facility with Invest Nova Scotia funding

HALIFAX: A local food distribution co-op will be using a recent funding injection to build a new processing facility. The last recipients of funding from Invest...

Highway 104 twinning project officially starts

HALIFAX: Construction has begun for the twinning of the Highway 104 between Sutherlands River, Pictou County and Antigonish. Crews and machinery broke ground on July 17....

Rural business services receive federal assistance

HALIFAX: The federal government has approved funding for rural business services in Nova Scotia. Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and...

Jeannine Deveau Education Equity Endowment Fund set to amplify celebrity donation to StFX’s Coady...

ANTIGONISH: St. Francis Xavier University’s Coady Institute kicked off Circle of Abundance – Amplifying Indigenous Women’s Leadership to support Coady Institute’s International Centre for Women’s Leadership and the Centre’s...

Bras d’Or Watch takes on new forms this summer

SYDNEY: The popular citizen science program, Bras d’Or Watch, will continue to encourage community to explore the Bras d’Or this summer although it will look a little different for...

National historic sites re-open with limited visitor services

LOUISBOURG: Throughout July, national historic sites on Cape Breton Island and Canso will reopen and provide limited visitor services. The visitor centre and exhibit area at...


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Farewell to Nova Scotia

As the sun sets on my time as auditor general of Nova Scotia, I want to express my thanks to all Nova...




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