East River Road NSLC to be a cannabis retail location

Cannabis will be sold at nine Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) stores across Nova Scotia, including the one at 610 East River Road. Attorney General and Minister of Justice Mark Furey announced the locations today, Jan. 30. The other eight stores selling cannabis beginning in July are: – Amherst – 126 South Albion St. -Dartmouth...

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Nova Scotia RCMP introduce eagle feather as new option to swear legal oaths

DARTMOUTH – A first in Canada for the RCMP, the Nova Scotia RCMP announced Monday that all clients including victims, witnesses and police officers will now have the option to swear legal oaths on an eagle feather. The eagle feather will be used in the same way as a Bible or affirmation and may also...

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Premier names new Cabinet

Nova Scotia’s new Executive Council is in place after Premier Stephen McNeil and 16 other cabinet ministers were sworn in during a ceremony at Pier 21 in Halifax today, June 15. “I am excited to get to work with this team and Nova Scotians from one end of this province to the other to build...

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New round of bidding for idle Trenton facility

TRENTON – Local civic leaders are reacting to the province’s decision to begin a new round of bidding for the former railcar and wind tower manufacturing facility in Trenton. Business Minister Mark Furey met Tuesday morning with Trenton Mayor Shannon MacInnis and Pictou County’s five other municipal leaders before confirming at a brief press conference...

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Atlantic Mayors Congress meeting in Truro next week

Mayors and Wardens from Atlantic Canada’s largest municipalities meet in Truro September on 8 for the fall session of the Atlantic Mayors Congress. They will have an opportunity to catch up on the latest in large scale infrastructure projects, cooperation in event hosting, public sector transformation in changing times, business innovation and incubation with a...

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