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N.S. opens survey on housing needs

HALIFAX: The government is asking Nova Scotians to provide feedback on housing needs. The online survey, which opened today, October 3, is part of a provincewide housing needs assessment that will help identify gaps in...

N.S. manufacturing sector focused on addressing labour shortages, leveraging geographic assets

From a release HALIFAX: As Manufacturing Month kicks off for October, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) Nova Scotia is laser-focused on amplifying the significant role manufacturers play in the province – particularly as a driver...

Laurie Park to partially re-open Oct. 5 after damage from Fiona

GRAND LAKE: Two local provincial parks suffered damage as a result of Hurricane Fiona, closing both. Erin Lynch, communications spokeswoman with the Department of Natural Resources and Renewables (DNRR), said Oakfield Park has recently reopened. Meanwhile,...

HSIA to host multi-agency emergency response exercise Oct. 4

HALIFAX STANFIELD: Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA), in cooperation with airport tenantsand several public sector emergency response agencies, will be conducting an emergencyr esponse exercise at Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Tuesday, October 4. The...

Theft at Mount Uniacke construction site being investigated

MOUNT UNIACKE: RCMP are looking for information pertaining to a theft at a Mount Uniacke construction site. East Hants RCMP Sgt. Martin Roy said the theft occurred on Sept. 20. It was one of several...

Rain doesn’t dampen Miller Lake Terry Fox Run participants spirits

MILLER LAKE WEST: Mother Nature couldn’t dampen the spirits of the participants that came out for the second annual Terry Fox Run in Miller Lake West. The run began at the postal boxes on Preakness...

Stewiacke man charged for failure to stop at stop sign

SHUBENACADIE:  A 55-year-old Stewiacke man learned that driving without a license costs. East Hants RCMP Sgt. Martin Roy said the man failed to stop at a stop sign and was subsequently pulled over by an...

From the Cruiser – Sept. 20-26

Brought to you by; ENFIELD: Over the past week Sept. 20-26, East Hants RCMP responded to 76 calls for service. The following are among the highlighted calls as provided by East Hants RCMP Sgt. Martin Roy. TRAILER...

N.S. calls on feds to ensure telecommunications co-operation, transparency

From a news release HALIFAX: Premier Tim Houston is calling on telecommunications companies to be more collaborative with the Emergency Management Office (NSEMO) and transparent with Nova Scotians, and for the federal government to hold...

Minister of L’nu Affairs statement on National Truth and Reconciliation Week

HALIFAX: The following is a statement from Karla MacFarlane, Minister of L'nu Affairs. September 26-30 is Truth and Reconciliation Week in Canada, a time to reflect on the legacy of residential schools and honour residential...
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