Friday, September 25, 2020
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Guided hikes planned for Tatamagouche, Kemptown this month

TATAMAGOUCHE - If you're looking to get out for some exercise in the autumn weather, two guided hikes are being hosted in the area this month. Hike Nova Scotia...

Province announces risk level responses when COVID-19 confirmed in schools

TATAMAGOUCHE - With the expectation of some COVID-19 cases in students or staff when school resumes, the provincial government has released the responses for three different risk levels of exposure.

Tatamagouche native coming down from high after song tops European chart

SEAL BROOK – Paul Randy Mingo had no idea his song released in Europe recently reached number one on the music charts. The Tatamagouche native who now lives in Seal...

Nature Conservancy of Canada expands protection of Pugwash Estuary

PUGWASH – One of the most intact estuaries on the Northumberland Strait has expanded with more protected land. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) spent roughly the last year to acquire...

Thinkers Lodge gatehouse to be moved, restored

PUGWASH – Work will soon be underway to have the gatehouse at the Thinkers Lodge National Historic Site moved and restored. John Eaton, the grandson of Cyrus Eaton, said the...

Christmas Tree Growers national conference moves to virtual platform from Tatamagouche

TATAMAGOUCHE – A new virtual conference designed on the North Shore will hopefully reach Christmas Tree Growers throughout North America. Angus Bonnyman, executive director of the Christmas Tree Council of...

UPDATED: French River water levels return to normal

UPDATED AUG. 31 - Water levels in the French River have returned to normal. The Municipality of Colchester County's Tatamagouche Water Utility says its conservation notice put in place...

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...




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