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Pictou County Amalgamation
Exercise your right to vote on May 28th
Get out and vote.
Information at UARB website UARB
Search case file M07050
Website link for One Pictou County group in favour of amalgamation One Pictou County
Website link for the Amalgamation No Thank You group Amalgamation No Thank You
Get informed, get out and vote on May 28th!


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PROVINCE ALLOWING GREATER ACCESS TO GOV'T DATA ONLINE
Nova Scotians are getting access to more government data, including 3D, high-resolution maps, through the province's open data portal. New and refreshed data collections were added today. Premier Step...

EVACUATION IN FORT MAC AREA AS CREWS CONTINUE TO BATTLE WILDFIRES *UPDATED 10:05 AM*
The R-C-M-P has begun escorting convoys of evacuees out of work camps north of Fort McMurray where residents fled when a massive wildfire approached the city on Tuesday. Thousands of evacuees are stra...

PROVINCE CO-ORDINATING HELP FOR ALBERTANS
The province is co-ordinating several ways for Nova Scotians to help victims of the fires in Fort McMurray. Nova Scotians in Alberta who have been displaced by wildfires can phone 1-855-466-4994 to ge...

NEW GLASGOW'S ART AT NIGHT TURNS FIVE
A local one night art festival celebrates its fifth year tomorrow. Art at Night began in 2012 with 40 artists, three venues and 1,000 people. The event has continued to grow year after year. Organizer...

PROVINCE GIVING CITIES AND TOWNS POWER TO CONTROL INCREASES IN COMMERCIAL TAX RATES
The province is giving municipalities more flexibility in managing commercial property taxes to help encourage economic development. Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill says that municipalities ...

PROVINCE DELAYING MAJOR BOOST TO JAYWALK FINES
The Nova Scotia government appears to be holding off on a controversial pedestrian fine for jaywalking. The change would boost the fine for jaywalking to nearly 700-dollars from 410-dollars. That woul...

BAR ASSOCIATION WORRIED BY PROVINCIAL MOVE TO HAVE CABINET SET JUDGE SALARIES
The Nova Scotia branch of the Canadian Bar Association says proposed legislation would strip an independent tribunal of the power to set salaries for the province's judges, a move that would seriously...

HALIFAX MAY REMOVE CORNWALLIS NAME FROM SOME PUBLIC SPACES
Halifax council will consider a proposal to eliminate some key reminders of its controversial founder, Edward Cornwallis. Councillor Waye Mason is bringing in a motion to update municipal "commemorati...

HIGHWAY LINE PAINTING BEGINS
Drivers are reminded to slow down and be patient as crews begin painting lines on provincial highways. Warm, sunny weather means crews are able to repaint the yellow and white lines on roads. The prov...

WHAT IS A RELIEF? CANADIANS MAY SOON BE ALLOWED TO APPLY FOR JEOPARDY! AGAIN
Canadians may soon be able to answer a question in the form of a question again. "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek says he's been told a solution is in the works after Canadians were prevented from applying...

TO THE TELESCOPES! TRANSIT OF MERCURY ON MONDAY
Earthlings are in for a treat next Monday as the planet Mercury makes a relatively rare transit of the sun. The solar system's smallest, innermost planet will resemble a black dot as it passes in fron...

SPORTS - MAY 6
Another loss by the Crushers at the Fred Page Cup. The defending champs Carleton Place defeated the Crushers 3 – 1 in Woodstock. Luc Poirer scored the lone Crushers goal. The team is still having trou...

Pictou County is one of the most cost competitive communities in Canada to do business!
- KPMG Competitive Alternatives Study



Pictou County Weather

Friday night
Cloudy with 60 percent chance of drizzle. Fog patches developing this evening. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low plus 3.
Saturday
Cloudy. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud late in the afternoon. Fog patches dissipating near noon. Wind becoming south 20 km/h in the afternoon. High 15.
Saturday night
Cloudy periods. Low 9.
Sunday
Showers. High 15.
Sunday night
Showers. Low plus 2.
Monday
A mix of sun and cloud. Windy. High 11.
Monday night
Clear. Low 7.
Tuesday
Sunny. Windy. High 18.
Tuesday night
Clear. Low plus 4.
Wednesday
Sunny. High 16.
Wednesday night
Clear. Low plus 5.
Thursday
Sunny. High 16.
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