Tuesday, August 11, 2020

News of McNeil’s resignation comes as surprise to local MLAs

TRURO – The news of Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil’s resignation came as a shock to many people earlier this week. Karen Casey, MLA for Colchester North, says she...

Premier McNeil announces resignation

TATAMAGOUCHE - After 17 years in the elected office, Stephen McNeil has announced he's stepping down. Nova Scotia's premier for the past seven years made the announcement following the...

The Fraser welcoming summer travellers at Visitor Information Centre

TATAMAGOUCHE – The Fraser Cultural Centre is stepping up to welcome visitors from throughout the Maritimes and acquaint them with the North Shore during the coronavirus pandemic. Edie Larsen, who moved...

New Annan artist’s paintings on display at The Grace

NEW ANNAN – Mark Schwartz is inspired by gestures. So inspired that his New Annan Series of acrylic paintings is now on display at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre’s...

Ponies & Pals introduces youth to all things equine

MIDDLEBORO – A new Ponies & Pals pilot program was launched last month to introduce youth to all things equine. Five youth and five mentors met on July 19...

Public libraries, provincial museums to have reusable masks free of charge

TATAMAGOUCHE - Public libraries and some provincial museums are giving away non-medical masks as they become mandatory in indoor public spaces as of July 31. The reusable cloth masks...

Hard Honey Inc. creating a buzz on North Shore

TATAMAGOUCHE – It took close to a year-and-a-half for Chelsie Ross and Corey Robinson to create their business plan. So when the coronavirus pandemic hit, there was some hesitation before launching...

Full public inquiry into April 18-19 tragedy proceeding: Canada’s Public Safety Minister

TATAMAGOUCHE - The families of the victims of Canada's largest mass shooting will get their full public inquiry. Federal Public Safety Minister Bill Blair announced the Government of Canada...

Provincial justice minister supportive of public inquiry if federal government agrees to one

TATAMAGOUCHE - Nova Scotia's Justice Minister will be in support of a public inquiry into the April 18-19 tragedy, if the federal government agrees. Mark Furey, also the province's...

CANCELLED: Public inquiry march to be held in Wentworth

WENTWORTH - A peaceful march planned for Wentworth in support of a public inquiry call to action into the April 18-19 mass shooting has been cancelled. The small community...



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