Tuesday, October 27, 2020
ANTIGONISH: County council is hoping the province will allow them to remove a whale carcass from a local beach. During last week’s regular monthly meeting of council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish, councilor Gary Mattie mentioned receiving...
ANTIGONISH: It was a wild and windy weekend but they rode it out. Hurricane Dorian rushed through the province on the weekend of September 7, leaving as many as 400,000 Nova Scotia Power (NSP) customers without power,...
OTTAWA: A Conservative MP from British Columbia was in Cape Breton last week. On February 20, Cathy McLeod - Conservative shadow minister for Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs and Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo - toured the Cape Breton Regional...
ANTIGONISH: Town council is looking to curb disturbances during homecoming again this year. Following last week’s meeting of Antigonish Town Council, Mayor Laurie Boucher said the town has budgeted funds to support an on-campus event at StFX...
GUYSBOROUGH: Voting options are increasing throughout the municipality. Municipal officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) approved the second and final reading of their alternative voting by-law during their regular council...
ANTIGONISH: The Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Nova says food insecurity is something far too many Canadians experience as a reality in their day-to-day lives, and as a result, a number of local food banks, including...
BLUE MOUNTAIN: Gone are the days of dial-up Internet with its high-pitched squeaks and squawks, those annoying repetitive beeps and that piercingly awful dial-tone, but many rural communities across Nova Scotia still struggle with connectivity issues. Sean Fraser, Central Nova...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives have released an e-mail they claim is from the former warden of Richmond County. Late on Thursday, PC Leader Jamie Baillie received an e-mail related to the investigation into allegations Richmond municipal councillors were reimbursed...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Although public health restrictions have forced schools to use bottled water for the time being, the Strait regional centre for education (SRCE) says it is monitoring the water quality in its schools.
ANTIGONISH: The town is projecting a larger surplus than expected. During last week’s regular meeting of Antigonish Town Council, members heard an updated version of the town’s financial projections for the current fiscal year.




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