Archive: 1, 2021
A group of Pictou County residents has a new vision for health care that it believes will compliment current services.
MOPC Warden Robert Parker presented Pictou County Christmas Fund Volunteer Ann MacGregor with a cheque for $1000 on behalf of the Municipality of Pictou County.
Thank you to members of local 4-H clubs in Pictou County for visiting us on November evening to raise the 4-H flag in front of our administration building.
MOPC Council will once again be asking the provincial government to review its requirements for electronic speed signs.
The housing crisis in Pictou County was a topic of discussion during Monday’s monthly property meeting.
Attention Residents of Salem, Pictou County: The MOPC is interested in understanding how the local community feels about the Salem Athletic Association and the activities that the group is hoping…
-Pictou Landing First Nation Remembrance Day Service begins at 10:35am at Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Church.
The MOPC has adopted policy changes that will make it more environmentally conscious when it does business.
We are interested in understanding how the local community feels about the Salem Athletic Association and the activities that the group is hoping to begin.
MOPC Council invited Abercrombie Fire Chief Sandy MacPherson and Abercrombie Auxiliary President Anna Svenson to its chambers Monday to present the fire department with a plaque in recognition of its…