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East Hants

A page for some East Hants news.

COLUMN: East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce

ELMSDALE: Here is this week's weekly roundup from the East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce. Business Planning Through a Crisis WebinarJoin Wanda Leese and Greg Mosher of the National Accounting, Tax, and Business Consulting...

COLUMN: A Hants North Grad writes about graduating in the COVID19 era

By Lauren Ottewell, a Grade 12 student at HNRH in Kennetcook This year would have been the year I would have graduated. It was a year where I would have encountered new, exciting and challenging...

Upgrades coming to field at Lions Den, thanks to partnership between Lions, Enfield RFC

ENFIELD: The Enfield Rugby Football Club (RFC) is embarking on a project to make improvements to the Breagh MacNeil Memorial Field at the Lions Den in Enfield. In a release, the club announced they were...

Camping season, Wildlife Park set to open in June with safety measures

SHUBENACADIE: The Shubenacadie Wildlife Park and Nova Scotia's 20 provincial camping parks are set to reopen in June with new measures in place to ensure Nova Scotians can safely enjoy their visits.The wildlife park...

COVID19: Canada Day in Enfield/Elmsdale cancelled; Hay Days revised

ENFIELD: Two local events held to celebrate Canada Day in East Hants have been impacted by COVID19 and the health order surrounding it. In Enfield/Elmsdale, King Lion Perry Colley confirmed the club will not be...

Dillman’s Bridge, Hydes Bridge replacement projects receive provincial stimulus spending

LANTZ: Bridges in Meagher's Grant and Lantz are among the infrastructure projects receiving provincial investment dollars, announced May 27 by Premier Stephen McNeil. In a release, the province says up to 2,000 local jobs will...

MacInnis ready to retire from East Hants municipal politics

SHUBENACADIE: Residents of Shubenacadie will not see a familiar name on the ballot when they vote this October—pending any change in scheduled municipal elections due to COVID19. Pam MacInnis, who has been saying to fellow...

SCDA working on memorial park for three shooting victims

SHUBENACADIE: A proposal to create a memorial in Rex McCoul Park in Shubenacadie for three of the 22 shooting victims from the rampage on April 18-19 is getting enthusiastic reviews. The Shubenacadie Community Development Association...

Aquatic Centre opening remains on hold due to COVID19

ELMSDALE: The official opening of the municipality’s new Aquatic Centre remains unknown because of COVID19. In an email from The Laker News on May 21 asking for an update on the facility, located adjacent to...

Local #NovaScotiaStrong t-shirt designer ‘overwhelmed’ at response

Karen Dean of Middle Musquodoboit has raised $60,000 in fundraiser MAIN PHOTO: Kim Parker (from left); Karen Dean; and her youngest daughter, Kacey, proudly don their Nova Scotia Strong emblazoned hoodie and t-shirt. The owner...
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