RCMP are releasing a forensic sketch of a male alleged to be committing indecent acts on the Port Hawkesbury Waterfront on July 24th.
The RCMP Inverness District, with the assistance of the RCMP Atlantic Region Forensic Facial Imaging Unit, are releasing this sketch hoping someone will be able to identify the suspect involved in these indecent acts.
Nova Scotians will have an opportunity to explore propaganda designed to influence public thought and action during the First World War.
An Act of Remembrance: World War I Publicity Posters at the Nova Scotia Archives is an online exhibit of about 90 large, brightly coloured propaganda posters that appeared throughout Canada as part of a government strategy.
Halifax District RCMP seek public assistance in locating a missing 86-year-old man.
George Buckley, 86, was last seen this morning around 5 a.m. at his West Chezzetcook home. Mr.
The Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition in Truro has a new general
Stephen Pottie will start immediately.
"It is important for the general manager of the provincial exhibition to have significant facility management experience, knowledge of the industry and experience in business," said Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell.
Cape Split Provincial Park, one of Nova Scotia's most popular trails systems, reopens to hikers and outdoor enthusiasts today, July 31.
The eight-kilometre trail was closed to visitors on July 4 as post-tropical storm Arthur approached Nova Scotia.
Please share this around, folks:
“His name is Nomar and he has been missing since yesterday early evening (only out for hour or so at a time normally). We are worried sick because we love this boy! He is wearing a blue collar with fishes on it and has a black tag with his name and phone number. He also has a bell attached to his collar to warn any unsuspecting birds. ;). We live on Wakefield Court in the Sunset Ridge subdivision in Middle Sackville. Thank you so much!”
This would be a fun gig for someone:
SNMG-2 is Currently inbound. 5 vessels are due, roughly spaced 1 hour apart.
An independent human rights board of inquiry into a claim of discrimination on the basis of pregnancy has concluded no wrongs were committed.
The complaint was referred to a board of inquiry after being screened by the Human Rights Commission.
Check this out. Important meeting coming up for Sackville Minor Baseball:
“Some of you may be aware that the Les Mayo fields are privately owned and operated by Riverview Community Centre Association.
Thursday, July 31, 2014 – The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that crews will be patching on Trunk #7 between Montague and MacLaughlin Roads on Monday, August 4.
From 7 a.m.
I believe in marriage. I wholeheartedly believe I know what it takes to be a loving wife, a wonderful mother…a fabulous partner. I know that saying those vows in front of all of your friends and in the name of God was by far one of the most important things I’ve ever done.
OOOPS... we ran out of room on the internet for another full podcast in July
.....so this is our way of squeezing out every last drop of time we have!
Back again in August (which just happens to be tomorrow!)
In the meantime, please download an episode from the archives that you may have missed... or want to hear again.
Saturday we have a SPECIAL EDITION of the Halifax Daily News to let you know everything that's going on this long Natal Day Weekend!!
Please spread the word and tell a friend about the podcast
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 (Halifax, NS) – There’s something for every resident to enjoy when the Bell Aliant Natal Day Festival kick offs this Thursday, July 31, celebrating the 119th Natal Day.