Warships often tied up directly at the Imperial oil wharves for fuel in the past, but to my knowledge, this is the first time a warship has pulled up to the Irving Oil wharf. Since the navy is now pulling up to Irvings for gas like the rest of us,...Read More »
This morning saw 3 ships tied up at Pier 41/42. Oceanex Sanderling took up he usual spot at pier 41, and came off the dock at 11:45 to head over to Autoport. Warnow Sun, for Russian firm Atlantic RO-RO took up the Middle position. She is scheduled...Read More »
Government is investing more than $4 million to support family doctors to communicate with patients by telephone and through e-health services.
“This new technology incentive will encourage more doctors to use these tools, and give...Read More »
Events East Group announced today, Aug.16, that Carrie Cussons has been re-appointed president and CEO of the organization for a three-year contract until Nov. 30, 2021.
“The organization has continued to thrive under Carrie’s...Read More »
10 years ago today, I made the first ever post on this blog, wondering what would happen.. 2099 posts, over 2 million page views, 3100 twitter followers, and 11,946 tweets later here we are. Thanks for all the tips, the photos, and your interest. To...Read More »
(Above) The 140.75ft Custom sail yacht ‘Koo’ was built by Vitters in Netherlands and was delivered to her owner in 2002 as Vent D’est . She was last refitted in 2016. Registered in London England, She sleeps 8 and carries a crew of...Read More »
The cruise ship Victory II arrived this morning at Pier 24. A New build, identical to her sister Victory I, she carries 200 passengers, and sails the waters of the Great Lakes, New England, and the Atlantic...Read More »
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NOTE: The following is a statement from Mark Furey, Minister of Labour Relations, following today’s arbitration decision regarding the Nova Scotia Government and CUPE Local 1867, Nova Scotia Highway Workers Union. The decision can be... Read More »
DND issued a tender to dispose of, through Ship Breaking, three auxiliary vessels YDG-2 a Deperming Barge, YRG-60 a Fueling Barge and YDT 12 Granby, which serves as Diving Tender with the Fleet Diving Unit. The winning bidder will have 45 days...Read More »