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SYDNEY NATIVE NAMED CHAIR OF CANADA-NOVA SCOTIA OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD
A veteran engineer in the oil and gas industry has been named chairman of the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board. Keith MacLeod's six-year term begins August 17th. MacLeod is a registered p...

TEMPERANCE STREET SCHOOL TURNED BACK OVER TO CONTRACTORS
After what seemed like the opening scene of a forensic crime drama on television, work is resuming as normal at Temperance Street School. New Glasgow Regional Police have turned the property back...

ELEVEN YEAR OLD GIRL FOUND**UPDATED***
Police in Halifax have found a missing 11-year-old girl. Police had reported just a short time ago that Sara Adams was last seen around 9:00 this morning at the parkade of the IWK Hospital, and t...

JUDGE DENIES PLAINTIFFS FROM JOINING AFRICVILLE STATEMENT OF CLAIM
Dozens of people will not be allowed to join a statement of claim involving the Africville relocation in Halifax in the 1960s. The plaintiffs had signed a release in 2010 after reaching an agreement ...

MISSING RICHMOND COUNTY MAN FOUND SAFE
A 67−year−old man who was missing in Richmond County has been found safe. Police say the man and a woman went into the woods Wednesday night to look at a property. They say they became d...

BLUENOSE AND WESTVILLE CURLING CLUBS BENEFIT FROM FEDERAL FUNDING
Two curling clubs in Pictou County will benefit from improved recreational facilities thanks in part to Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program funding announced today. Justice Minister and C...

PROPOSED REGIONAL COUNCIL TO BE MUCH SMALLER
The draft report from an outside agency recommending the appropriate size for a regional council to govern a combined municipality including the towns of Stellarton, New Glasgow, Pictou and the Muni...

ECONOMY SHRINKS FOR A FIFTH STRAIGHT MONTH, RAISING FEARS OF RECESSION
Statistics Canada says real gross domestic product fell 0.2 per cent in May, the fifth consecutive monthly decrease. The federal agency says the drop was mostly a result of contractions in manufacturi...

DIESEL BELOW A DOLLAR; GAS DOWN TOO
Another price break at the pumps, as a litre of regular self-serve is down more than four cents to $1.134, and diesel has reached 99.8 cents per litre....

LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP - JULY 31
The Subway Stingers U-14 and U-16 Female FastPitch Rep teams will be hosting the 2015 Softball Nova Scotia Provincial Championships this weekend at the Dorrington Softball Complex in Stellarton. Acti...

FILM WORKERS SAY NEW TAX CREDIT DRIVING WORK AWAY
A Nova Scotia film industry worker says a cloud of uncertainty has shrouded the province's film industry since a new incentive program was brought in. Kimberlee McTaggart says the changes are forcing ...

L.M. MONTGOMERY BIRTHPLACE CELEBRATES MILESTONE
The birthplace of a P-E-I literary legend will celebrate a major milestone this weekend. The house where Lucy Maud Montgomery was born in 1874 will mark 50 years in business as a museum tomorrow. Mont...

SENATORS' SUSPENSIONS WILL BE LIFTED WITH ELECTION CALL
Three senators will see their suspensions come to an end when Parliament is dissolved for an election, but only one will get immediate, full access to perks and expenses. The suspensions without pay o...

CANADIAN DAIRY CONCERNS COULD DERAIL TPP TRADE DEAL
Other countries at the bargaining table are growing exasperated with Canada for its stonewalling of their demands to open up its dairy market as part of a major global free-trade deal. But cracks in t...

FEDS HAVE SPENT OVER $940 MILLION TO FIGHT ISIL
The Harper government says it has so far spent more than 940-million dollars in military and humanitarian assistance in the fight against I-SIL in Iraq and Syria. It will now provide up to 8.3-million...

SOME CANADIANS BLOCKING CANADA POST BOXES WITH GREEN SPACE
Just call it guerrilla gardening. Some communities are setting up gardens and flower boxes to stop Canada Post from constructing new community mailboxes to replace door-to-door delivery. In the latest...

EXPERT SAYS WEIGHT NOT A RELIABLE MEASURE OF HEALTH
Many people are quick to use weight as a key indicator of fitness. But an obesity expert says there are misconceptions about what the numbers really mean. Dr. Arya Sharma is chair in obesity research ...

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



Pictou County Weather

Friday night
Partly cloudy. Becoming clear this evening. Fog patches spreading inland this evening. Fog patches developing overnight. Wind southwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light this evening. Low 16.
Saturday
Sunny. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud in the afternoon. Fog patches dissipating in the morning. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h in the afternoon. High 26. UV index 8 or very high.
Saturday night
A few clouds. Wind southwest 20 km/h becoming light in the evening. Low 17.
Sunday
A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers. High 25.
Sunday night
Cloudy periods. Low 14.
Monday
Sunny. High 27.
Monday night
Cloudy periods. Low 16.
Tuesday
Sunny. High 27.
Tuesday night
Cloudy periods. Low 16.
Wednesday
A mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of showers. High 23.
Wednesday night
Cloudy periods with 40 percent chance of showers. Low 15.
Thursday
A mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of showers. High 22.
issued 4:00 PM ADT Friday 31 July 2015
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