When a book gets a lot of buzz around it and there’s talk of movie rights, etc. then it’s truly time to check out the title and see what all the fuss is about.
Installation of the pipe is expected to take approximately six days with additional work required in May to restore the street. Work will begin daily at 9 a.m. and continue until about 4 p.m., with no work during peak traffic hours.
Lane drops will be in place in the Robie-bound lanes only while this work is going on. Motorists should expect delays and are advised to find alternative routes, if possible.
Motorists should also keep in mind that the block of Cogswell Street between North Park and Bauer streets, as well as the block of North Park between Cornwallis and Cogswell streets, are currently closed for construction of a roundabout in the area. Those closures will continue until early June.
The municipality and Heritage Gas apologize for any inconvenience this work or the streets closures may cause.
From students, to professors, and social activists, Intern Sandrinette M. Maniania attended a Candlelight Vigil at Victoria Park, for the 147 Kenyan victims of the Garissa University College massacre.
Legislation was introduced today, April 17, to close the Boat Harbour Effluent Treatment Facility in Pictou County in January 2020.
Last June, a leak was discovered in the pipeline carrying wastewater from the mill to the treatment facility at Boat Harbour. Meetings between the government and the Pictou Landing First Nation led to government promising to put a timeline for the closure of the treatment facility into law within a year.
The Nova Scotia Securities Commission has extended a temporary cease trade order against Stratus Financial Group International, Stratus Offshore, Magnus Torgerson and John Westbrook, and is warning people in Amherst and Kentville about a potential scam.
The commission hearing into the companies and Mr.
Jon Adams, of Halifax, saw a return to the classroom as his second chance in life, and he was going to make the most of it.
He admits he did little more than what was necessary to graduate from high school.
Legislation introduced today, April 17, will ban the sale of flavoured tobacco in Nova Scotia, including menthol, with minor exceptions.
"The health and safety of Nova Scotians, especially our youth, is our number one priority," said Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine. "We are banning the sale of flavoured tobacco to discourage a culture of tobacco use among Nova Scotians and protect their health.
Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers Association is pleased to announce the launch of the 'Unsolved Crime of the Week' starting April 20, 2015.
Every Monday, Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers will share an unsolved crime from around the province and ask for the public's assistance in providing any information related to the crime.