Deer hunting season begins Oct. 26

General deer hunting season in Nova Scotia begins Friday, Oct. 26, and continues to Saturday, Dec. 1. Hunters are required to carry a compass and waterproof matches. Anyone going into the woods should also carry a map or GPS unit, a first-aid kit and a communications device. They should tell someone when and where they...

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RCMP requesting public assistance

PICTOU –  Pictou District RCMP were called to the Three Brooks area yesterday shortly after 10:30 p.m. to investigate a suspicious incident involving a man running through the woods. Officers responded, however, the man was not located. Shortly before midnight, the RCMP received a call about a theft of a truck in the same area. A short time later, the...

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General deer hunting season begins Friday

General deer hunting season begins on Friday, Oct. 28, and continues to Dec. 3. Hunters are required to wear hunter orange, and non-hunters are recommended to do the same when they are entering the woods during hunting season. Hunters are also required to carry a compass and waterproof matches. In addition, everyone should carry a...

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No foul play suspected in man’s death

TRAFALGAR – Pictou District RCMP and the North East Nova Major Crime unit have determined that there is no foul play suspected in the death of a man located in Trafalgar Tuesday afternoon. Just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, a man was found deceased on a woods road in a remote area of Pictou County. RCMP members from...

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