NEW WORK---ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Bayard Bridge, WilmontBayard Bridge on Bayard Road, Wilmont, will be closed for repairs from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Tuesday, May 30, until Friday, June 2. Drivers can detour on Route 201, Trunk 10 and Trunk...Read More »
The Nova Scotia Securities Commission has approved a settlement agreement with Wayne Berry, EnCharge Inc. and EnChargeCanada Corp.Mr. Berry was an official with EnCharge and EnChargeCanada. The two companies and Mr. Berry admitted to violating Nova...Read More »
Le ministère des Ressources naturelles encourage les Néo-Écossais à apprendre comment réduire le risque d'attirer les animaux sauvages nuisibles dans leur quartier.
Il n'est pas inhabituel de voir des animaux...Read More »
Un déversement de mazout domestique pourrait avoir une incidence sur la qualité de l'eau du lac Fletcher, à Fall River.
On demande aux personnes qui tirent l'eau de ce lac d'éviter de l'utiliser si elles constatent...Read More »
CONTINUING WORK---CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Highway 104Highway 104, westbound near Exit 4, is down to one lane to replace the damaged girder on the overpass until Friday, June 9. MacDonald Road, which runs over the highway, will be closed 24 hours per day...Read More »
The Department of Environment is reminding event operators and vendors that they need a temporary food permit for community events where food is served.The permit is required for food service operations at exhibitions, fairs, festivals, and some...Read More »
Nova Scotians are encouraged to enjoy the outdoors safely by learning to avoid the blacklegged tick bites that can cause Lyme disease.Blacklegged ticks are found throughout Nova Scotia. Tick checks are the most important defence against the spread...Read More »
With summer on the horizon, traffic is increasing, and that means taking responsibility when driving.
"Long weekends are a time to socialize with friends and family and take road trips," said Cpl. Jennifer Clarke of the Nova Scotia RCMP. "If...Read More »
The homicide of Edwin Michael Thomas Forgeron has been added to the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program.
On March 9, 2007, at about 3 p.m., Mr. Forgeron was found dead at 12 Convoy Ave., Halifax. His death was ruled a...Read More »
Almost all Nova Scotia provincial day-use parks and several camping parks will open on Friday, May 19.
The rest of the camping parks, as well as their day-use areas, will open in early June. Park users should check the provincial parks...Read More »