Archive: July, 2021
Karley Shaw had to wait an extra year to wear the crown at the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.
The Municipality of Pictou County had a firsthand look at a new plan to transform a kraft pulp mill into a best-in-class facility.
Council is pleased with the number of building permits issued by the MOPC last month.
Due to new Health Canada regulations, all communities in Canada are required to begin testing for lead in residential homes on an annual basis.
Updated July 13: Hydrant flushing has been postponed until a later date. The MOPC will be flushing hydrants this week in the areas of Hillside, Priestville/Walkerville, Riverton, Plymouth, Merigomish...
The Rankin government announced today, July 9, it is investing $96.5 million in new long-term care beds and facilities to better serve residents, their families and staff who care for...