Archive: 1, 2022
The value of Nova Scotia properties is up over eight percent for 2022, bringing the total value of assessments to $124. 6 billion.
The Pictou County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity is building its first home for a family in need of affordable housing.
2021 has been another challenging year, and we begin 2022 with a higher volume of COVID cases and increased hospitalizations in our county, but we must have faith and hope…
It is a time of great uncertainty as we welcome 2022. I encourage everyone to stay strong as we follow public health guidelines to keep each other safe.
As we usher in 2022, our council has made progress on several issues. One project that our council had fought for was a roundabout in Abercrombie.
The Pictou County Wellness Centre will undergo many upgrades that will see energy savings and improved air quality.
Municipality of Pictou County Warden Robert Parker says there are many factors to consider when building sidewalks, including safety.
Nova Scotia will invest nearly $500 million in capital spending on its highways, bridges, and roads in 2022-23.
MOPC Council wants more input on how many people will use sidewalks in the Plymouth area before it commits to designing them.
Four local arenas received provincial funding for upgrades and repairs through the Province's Rink Revitalization Fund.