Saturday, November 17, 2018

Colchester County starting process to deem watershed a protected area

It was a happy occasion for the crowd gathered in the chambers during the Colchester County council meeting at the end of August as a motion was passed to start the process to seek...

County council defeats proposed kennel development bylaw

As soon as word made it to a large crowd gathered outside the Colchester county municipal offices, cheers broke out. They were just informed councillors defeated a proposed kennel development bylaw that had been on...

Rally participants urging council to defeat proposed kennel bylaw

TRURO - “Heck no, vote no” was just one slogan about 100 people chanted outside the county office in protest to a proposed kennel bylaw. “We had a dog business for a number of years...
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Optimal aging

Are you interested in your health and wellness? Are you 50+ and want to connect with others? If so, an upcoming Optimal Aging Series might be for you. The series will teach attendees something new about...

A discussion on a sustainable future

A sustainable future for Tatamagouche and the North Shore? With the impacts of climate change already evident, we recognize we must quickly change the way we live on the earth. What does that mean for...

As good luck would have it, Bard by the Bay is back

Theatre lovers and off-off Broadway aficionados are in for an impressive mix of drama, music and straight up fun as the North Shore Players gear up to perform the sixth annual production of Bard...
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Alternative economies panel to be held at Tatamagouche Centre

A public panel on alternative economies will be held Aug. 22 at the Tatamagouche Centre. The purpose of this panel is to explore some local examples of alternative economy, and how these initiatives are solving...

Forging relationships

For 10 days, students and adults from the Tatamagouche area will immerse themselves in the everyday living in Guatemala. It was two years ago when Hannah Martin volunteered at the New Hope Foundation school in...

A steady flow

For years, Graham Hutchinson has had an interest in bees. But being a realtor didn’t leave Hutchinson with much time to tend to beekeeping, if he were to get any honeybees. Until now. Hutchinson may be...

Hospital sees opening of new healing garden

Patients, staff, and visitors of the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital now have a special space to head to – a healing garden. The healing garden was a joint vision between hospital staff and the auxiliary,...
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