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Mooo-ve over motorists!

RCMP are warning local motorists to drive with caution near the intersection of Highway 104 and 4 Highway. On Wednesday, Sept. 12 in Barney’s River Station at 9:20 p.m., the Pictou County RCMP responded to a report of a car that struck a cow at the intersection of Highway 104 and No. 4 Highway There were...

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Police issue public safety warning for motorists on East Pictou County Highway 104

Pictou County RCMP wish to advise all motorist travelling on the 104 Highway between Broadway and Barney River Station to uses extreme caution due to black ice. Police report between 4 and 5 p.m. today they have responded to six motor vehicle collisions as result of that the layer of black ice that has formed on the roadway. No serious...

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New Glasgow Regional Police advise motorists to drive with caution

New Glasgow Regional Police advise motorists and pedestrians to walk and drive with caution during the winter conditions today. Blowing snow reduces visibility. Icy road conditions and snow drifts may also exists during travel. If you have to travel, plan ahead, check for cancellations and drive to the conditions. Remember – bowing snow reduces visibility....

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Get an A+ in school zone safety

Pencils are sharpened, book bags are packed and parents and guardians are preparing to send the kids off to school. As classes resume across the province this week, Nova Scotia RCMP asks motorists and students to pay attention when driving or walking near school zones. Here are some school zone safety tips to keep in...

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