Will there be trick or treating this Halloween? At last night’s meeting of Stellarton town council, the question was raised whether COVID-19 would scuttle the activity. Town Clerk Susan Higdon told council that under current health regulations, trick or treating is allowed – as long as rules on physical distancing and the wearing of masks are followed. Therefore, kids will be allowed to go door to door in Stellarton on Halloween. Councillors stressed the decision whether or not to hand out candy is, as always, up to individual households.
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The Human Kinetics department at @stfxuniversity is again launching its walking and exercise program for men this fall. This is the third year for its program called Fit 4 Men. http://bit.ly/3iaBd8y
Former @PaqtnkekFN Chief Paul J. Prosper has been busy this month, making the transition to his new role as Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief for Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. http://bit.ly/3ibFPes
Appointing a former politician or government official to a corporate board of directors seems to be falling out of favour according a new article co-authored by @stfx_business professor Mark Fuller. http://bit.ly/2HwoIYc