Message delivered: No Pipe

Thousands of people descended on Pictou’s waterfront Friday afternoon in an effort to let Northern Pulp and politicians know they don’t want to see treated effluent in the Northumberland Strait. More than 1,000 people gathered at the Hector Quay Marina while more than 100 boats came into Pictou Harbour as part of the #NoPipe Land...

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More than a thousand people say: No pipe

More than a thousand  people descended on Pictou’s waterfront this afternoon (Friday) in an effort to let Northern Pulp and politicians know they don’t want to see treated effluent in the Northumberland Strait. They gathered at the Hector Quay Marina while at least 100 boats came into Pictou Harbour as part of the No Pipe...

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‘No Pipe’ rally Friday

PICTOU — Anticipation is mounting for a ‘No Pipe’ rally set for Friday in Pictou. What is being billed as a rally by sea and a rally by land will be followed by the land and sea rally from noon to 2 p.m. along Pictou Harbour and waterfront. The land component is a march from...

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#NOPIPE Land & Sea Rally set for July 6

PICTOU – On Friday July 6, Pictou harbour will fill with fishing and pleasure boats and the Pictou waterfront with citizens gathered for the first major Nova Scotia #NOPIPE Land & Sea Rally in support of a healthy Northumberland Strait. “We cannot allow 70-90 million litres a day of pulp mill waste to enter the prime...

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First cruise ship of the season

Dwight MacDonald, a member of the Northumberland Fisheries Museum’s board of directors, spent time volunteering at the museum on Wednesday during the arrival of passengers from the Pearl Seas cruise ship that docked in Pictou for the day. Seated from the left are Jim and Peggy Crew from Texas, who are among the cruise ship’s...

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Fisheries museum hosting ‘no pipe’ open house on Saturday

CORRECTION: this story has been updated with the correct date. The event is Saturday, NOT Sunday. We apologize for the error. PICTOU — A ‘no pipe’ open house hosted by the Friends of the Northumberland Strait group has been scheduled for Saturday at the Northumberland Fisheries Museum. The event will start at 1 p.m. and...

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Bluenose II in dock

The majestic Bluenose II sailed into Pictou Harbour earlier today, docking at Pier C around 10 a.m. It is one of five tall ships local residents can visit today through Sunday as part of Rendezvous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta and to help Pictou County celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. There are 40 ships in the regatta...

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Tall ships sailing into Pictou Harbour

Some new arrivals to Pictou County on Canada Day weekend will be heralded with much fanfare. They will be grand and graceful and are expected to draw a large crowd. Tall ships are sailing into Pictou Harbour to help local residents celebrate Canada’s 150th in style! The deCoste Performing Arts Centre is organizing the Tall...

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Hector Classic draws raves

ABERCROMBIE – Golfers’ sights are already on the 2017 Ship Hector Golf Classic after the fun and fellowship of the 2016 edition. The foursome of Jamie Aitken, Bob MacKenzie, Tyler Wilson and Mike Bowron won this year’s event at Abercrombie Country Club while combining to score eagles on the par-five fourth and seventh holes. Seventeen...

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