The second home in Oxford’s Homes for Humanity project should be ready for occupancy in May. That’s the word from Kathryn Toope, Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications.
Tonights Toonie Draw at the Pugwash Fire Department (PFD) produced a thousand dollar winner.
The next meeting of the Pugwash & Area Community Health Board will hear a special presentation by Dr. David Strum.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority is taking a new approach to attracting doctors to our region. The NSHA is developing a program to have family physicians take their final two years of training while living and working in the region.
Health officials were in Pugwash tonight to talk about health care concerns, but the temperature in the room went up when the discussion turned to the promised new hospital.
Officials from the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) were in Pugwash tonight to talk about health care and the repeated closures of emergency services. A full house at the Catholic church hall took full advantage of the gathering to give them an earful.