Friday, November 15, 2019
ANTIGONISH: With a busy homecoming weekend behind them, Antigonish Town Council is planning to meet with university and RCMP for a debrief. Antigonish Mayor Laurie Boucher said council and the university acknowledge there is still work to...
PAQTNKEK MI’KMAW NATION: Education on consent continues to be an important sexual violence prevention activity in schools, universities, and colleges. Up to now, consent education methods have been developed for the general population in those educational institutions. Considering...
HALIFAX: Lands and Forestry Minister, Iain Rankin, appointed a new advisory committee with 14 members from environmental non-government organizations, industry, the Mi’kmaq and academia. Advisory committee members include Angie Gillis, with Mi’kmaw Conservation Group and Confederacy of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local resident has received national recognition in his field. Robb Baird, manager of the McDonald’s restaurant in Port Hawkesbury, has been awarded the company’s 2019 Outstanding Manager of the Year Award recognizing managers who...
ANTIGONISH: Municipal council has its plan. During a committee of the whole meeting on September 17, Council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish approved its five-year capital plan. Warden Owen McCarron...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is getting another look at a by-law that will give the elected body the power to stop property owners from allowing discharges in their wastewater that cause harm to the sewer system.
PORT HAWKESBURY: Officials in Port Hawkesbury passed a motion to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for an inter-municipal Information Technology (IT) service, while also approving a $5,000 line item for consultation efforts. During the town’s regular...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Nova Scotia’s Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture was in the area last week to improve communication and cooperation between fisheries groups in the province. On September 4, Keith Colwell hosted an information session at the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: During the summer months, the Town of Port Hawkesbury moved forward on a number of safety improvements around their community park. “Council felt it was essential to move the crosswalk from its present location, which...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Officials in Port Hawkesbury passed a motion to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for an inter-municipal Information Technology (IT) service, while also approving a $5,000 line item for consultation efforts. During the town’s regular...


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