Archive: 1, 2023
The Province is providing $5. 8 million to help 180 community organizations through the Community Generator Program.
Congratulations to MOPC Councillors Chester Dewar (District 12) and Andy Thompson, (District 11) on being recipients of Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee Medals this past weekend during a ceremony in…
Property owners throughout Nova Scotia should have received their 2023 Property Assessment Notice last month which reflect market value as of January 1, 2022.
The provincial government is investing in provincial highways, bridges and ferry infrastructure to make them safer for Nova Scotians.
The provincial government officially opened the Eureka Mills Bridge Monday, Jan.
Council says rural residents are concerned about the area’s lack of landline service.
Congratulations to Scotsburn 4H member Tyler MacLean who was given special recognition during January's council meeting for his success at the Canadian Young Speakers Competition at the Royal Fair in…