Friday, December 4, 2020
ARICHAT: The municipality has decided to give a property owner more time to clean up his property. During the regular monthly meeting on November 23 in Arichat, a clean up order approved by the...
ANTIGONISH: StFX University will formally welcome its 19th President and Vice Chancellor, Dr. Andy Hakin, during the President’s Installation at 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 5. Dr. Andy Hakin assumed the role of president...
ANTIGONISH: Nine days before their annual X-Ring ceremony, officials with StFX University made the decision to transition to a virtual format. In a media release, Murray Kyte, vice president of advancement, indicated with the...
HALIFAX: A spokesperson with the Nova Scotia Judiciary says the fatality inquiry looking into why retired Cpl. Lionel Desmond carried out a triple murder-suicide in the family’s Upper Big Tracadie home in 2017, is expected to resume...
ANTIGONISH: The Diocese of Antigonish confirmed a number of new priest assignments. Effective December 21, Rev. John DeCoste will oversee Notre Dame de l’Assomption in Arichat and St. Joseph in Petit de Grat.
ARICHAT: Two elected representatives raised the issue of noise from nearby roads interfering with recent Remembrance Day ceremonies. At the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on November 23 in Arichat, district 1...
JUDIQUE: A local group received assurances from the province that they will be included in an extended funding phase for a project to bring better Internet service to more parts of Nova Scotia. On...
HALIFAX: Although other parks in the province saw increased visitation, that wasn’t the case in the Strait area. Last week, the provincial government announced that parks had another successful year, welcoming more than 247,000...
ARICHAT: The municipality will investigate the cost of extending water and sewer service for a housing development. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council Monday night in Arichat, it was agreed that...
ST. PETER’S: Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) took more action against First Nation fishermen who are exercising their treaty rights to fish for a moderate livelihood out of St. Peter’s Bay. On November 22,...




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