Wednesday, October 21, 2020
HALIFAX: Although some Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) will see a wage increase, it will not be the case for others across the province. After a six-year struggle, it was announced last week that LPNs...
OTTAWA: The federal government said the decision to delay the opening of some local fishing seasons was based on many factors. On May 11 at the Canso Causeway, 75 people protested the decision to...
NEW GLASGOW: Liberal incumbent Sean Fraser held his seat with a margin of victory of 7,517 votes in what tends to be a blue stronghold of Central Nova, despite a tenacious fight from Conservative candidate and country music star George...
HALIFAX: The Canso Canal will be closed for an extended period starting November 1 to May 14, to marine traffic as work continues on the Canso Causeway swing bridge. The swing bridge is 60-years-old and requires significant upgrades to ensure...
ANTIGONISH: The rates are in, and they are up. During a special meeting last week, Antigonish Town Council set its operating budget and tax rates for the current fiscal year. The residential tax rate is now $1.09 per $100 of...
HEATHERTON: A motor vehicle crash that occurred on Highway 104 Heatherton this morning claimed the life of a 52-year-old Antigonish man. At 7:06 a.m. Antigonish RCMP were dispatched to a two-vehicle collision involving a Nissan Altima and Toyota 4-Runner. A preliminary investigation...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town officials have decided to explore the potential for changing the ownership of the local airport. After an in-camera motion, during the regular monthly meeting on December 3, town council approved the exploration of...
GUYSBOROUGH: Officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough have scheduled a closing date for the ice surfaces at the Chedabucto Lifestyle Complex. During the regular monthly council meeting on February 19, municipal staff decided they...
HALIFAX: The province’s New Democratic Party and a group of residents are calling on the government to release more information about the Highway 104 twinning project. On September 11, the Public Accounts committee was told that the...
ANTIGONISH: Town staff got a bit of a boost this week. Following an in-camera session during a special meeting on June 24, Antigonish Town Council updated its staff benefits package and benefits plan.




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