On April 11, our corporate group of Nova Scotian companies forwarded a letter to Nova Scotia Minister of Finance Allan MacMaster in response to two new taxes which are now being imposed on Nova Scotian non-residents.
Given the major issues on the minds Nova Scotians currently, such as access to health care and climate change, consolidation between two municipalities (Antigonish town and county) may appear to be a simple matter and of minor...
In 1897 Bertram Bourinot began the Richmond County Record, a periodical that lasted for almost 80 years. Marshall Bourinot worked with his father and continued the paper into the 1970s. The following excerpts are...
I’m writing in response to the recent tax regime the Progressive Conservative government has put on out-of-province home owners. My company is a solutions company developed to help businesses and organizations with development, strategy, and management.
If people are remembered for even a single gesture, it’s safe to assume the late John MacLellan would be proud that his gift will be honoured for many years. In his will, MacLellan left...
The reaction to the province’s approval of new taxes on non-resident landowners has been greeted with a surprising amount of skepticism. On April 8, the provincial government passed the Non-Resident Deed Transfer and Property...
Are you satisfied with our governments’ operational procedures and administrative practices for seeking our opinions and addressing our concerns? It is vital that we are vigilant of the functioning of our cherished democratic process....
By: James Golemiec Is there a solution to the national-wide housing shortage? Yes. One way is factory-built housing, but done in a 21st century way. New houses have always been...
Jeffrey, Christopher, Jan. 1, 1829, Arichat, parents William and Margaret Chandler, Maria Susan, April 28, 1829, Arichat, parents Thomas and Marie L. McLellan, Effey Isabella, April 15, 1825, Caribou Cove, parents...
After hearing from the company proposing the Rhodena Wind Farm in Inverness County, opponents have now made their voices heard. During the March 3 regular month meeting of Inverness Municipal Council, Keith Towse, with...




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