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Province Updates Return to School Plan

During an update on the province’s return to school plan, Education and Early Childhood development minister Zach Churchill let parents know there are procedures in place to keep students and staff safe when the school year begins next week. School closures due to COVID-19 will occur on the advice and recommendation of public health and […]

Stellarton Mayor running again

The current Stellarton mayor is running again in the fall. Danny MacGillivray announced his intention to run again for Mayor of Stellarton. He said council and administration are more open and transparent than ever before, adding council is very happy their hiring of Senior Staff, a Town Clerk, a Town Engineer, a Police Chief, and […]

Pictou County Chamber of Commerce noticing the Human Impact of Northern Pulp Mill Closure

The Pictou County Chamber of Commerce is reminding local residents of a confidential  emotional support line open for those impacted by the impending closure of the Northern Pulp Mill. The province partnered with human resource service provider Morneau Shepell to deliver the toll-free service. A release from the chamber states they are starting to see […]

PC’s retain Three Seats in Legislature

The PC’s held on to three seats in the legislature. By-elections were held yesterday in the ridings of Argyle-Barrington in southwestern Nova Scotia and Northside-Westmount and Sydney River-Mira-Louisbourg in Cape Breton. Colton LeBlanc of the Tories won handily in Argyle-Barrington, while Murray Ryan of the PC’s captured Northside-Westmount, beating out six other candidates, including two […]