Archive: March, 2019
In the photo from the left: Town of Stellarton Deputy Mayor Bryan Knight, District of St. Mary's Warden Michael Mosher, Trenton Mayor Shannon MacInnis, Westville Coun.
Communities in northern Nova Scotia will benefit from investments in health care, education, the economy and communities as part of Budget 2019-20.
Rhiannon McNair, left, and Theresa Welsh, both employees with the Municipality of Pictou County's finance department, are wearing purple ribbons today to raise awareness about epilepsy.
PICTOU, NS – A municipal committee trying to get answers from Nova Scotia Health Authority about local mental health services is getting frustrated by the provincial body’s lack of response.
BROADWAY, NS – Highway twinning in Pictou East will not include a new Exit 28 interchange for Broadway residents.
Pictou West MLA Karla MacFarlane tabled a petition in the Legislature this week from Pictou County residents demanding that the government make the Trenton Connector safer.
Spring weight restrictions on all provincial roads will begin on March 11, starting at 12:01 a.m.
Councillors with the Municipality of Pictou County honour Purple Day by wearing ribbons for epilepsy awareness.
The Municipality of Pictou County recognized the recreational efforts of Bill MacEachern of Lorne, Pictou County during its March Council Meeting.
The Pictou County Regional Enterprise Network’s (PCREN) Board of Directors is pleased to announce Sarah MacIntosh-Wiseman as CEO of the newly formed organization.“Sarah is a perfect fit for this new role.