Archive: May, 2019
The Plymouth Fire Department has a new AED machine thanks to a contribution by the Municipality of Pictou County.
Congratulations to Travis Spears with the Municipality of Pictou County for obtaining his Diploma of Certification in Residential Qualification from the Nova Scotia Building Officials Association.
Pictou Landing First Nations Chief Andrea Paul address the crowd during a federal funding announcement that will see the federal government commit $100 Million to the remediation and restoration of...
Central Nova MP Sean Fraser announces the Pictou County Wellness Centre will receive $201,000 in funding from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency for enhancements to the facility that include a...
It’s time to celebrate! Our rural Municipality of Pictou County will be 140 years old on April 14, 2019.
Municipality of Pictou County Warden Robert Parker recently signed a proclamation declaring May as Lyme Disease Awareness Month.
PICTOU, NS – The Municipality of Pictou County has adopted a new recreation plan.
ABERCROMBIE, NS – The speed limit on the Abercrombie Road has not been reduced as of yet says the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.
Warden Robert Parker, left, and District 1 Coun. Don Butler present Nova Bannerman with a plaque of recognition for her dedication to her community and her work with the Barney’s...
Effective 12:01 a.m., Monday, May 6, spring weight restrictions will be removed from Halifax Regional Municipality and the following counties, Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens, Lunenburg, Digby, Annapolis, Kings and Hants.