The Municipality of Pictou County ended its 2019-2020 fiscal year on a positive note.
The MOPC has sponsored three Pictou County families this holiday season. Thank you to staff and council for their generous donations as well as our own MOPC Elf Rhiannon McNair...
MOPC Warden Robert Parker, right, recently presented three employees with long time service awards.
The Municipality of Pictou County has given its approval to name a brook in the Union Centre/Hazel Glen area after a Pictou County man who lost his life while serving...
MOPC District 9 Coun. Peter Boyles is pleased to see a new guardrail along the Little Egypt Road. Coun.
The Municipality of Pictou County recently supported a motion to send a letter opposing the location of a proposed dredge management site in Toney River to government officials.
The MOPC is aware that many districts are waiting for the installation of new LED streetlights.
The Department of Fisheries & Oceans is seeking public input on a proposed dredge site in Toney River.
Nova Scotians count on local governments to provide essential programs and services. That is why the province and the federal government are making sure municipalities have the resources they...