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Live Fire Training as Dangerous as the Real Thing

Live Fire Training as Dangerous as the...

Live Fire Training as Dangerous as the Real Thing

Live Fire Training as Dangerous as the Real Thing

There were billows of smoke from behind the Pugwash Fire Department today, but it was all under control.
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Nova Scotia COVID Count Doubles to Six

Nova Scotia COVID Count Doubles to Six

Nova Scotia COVID Count Doubles to Six

Nova Scotia COVID Count Doubles to Six

As of today, Nova Scotia has six active cases of COVID-19 doubling the count from Friday. 
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'Fit Trail' May be Good Fit for Eaton Park

'Fit Trail' May be Good Fit for Eaton...

'Fit Trail' May be Good Fit for Eaton Park

'Fit Trail' May be Good Fit for Eaton Park

The new municipal councillor for Cumberland’s District 3 is not waiting to be sworn in, she’s already active in efforts to add to the community.
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Oxford Not Alone with Arena Woes

Oxford Not Alone with Arena Woes

Oxford Not Alone with Arena Woes

Oxford Not Alone with Arena Woes

The fate of community arenas appeared on the agenda of Oxford Town Council last evening. Councillors received a letter from the Municipality of Pictou County—the original was sent to Premier...
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Mayor Stewart Bids Goodbye to Oxford Council

Mayor Stewart Bids Goodbye to Oxford...

Mayor Stewart Bids Goodbye to Oxford Council

Mayor Stewart Bids Goodbye to Oxford Council

Outgoing Oxford Mayor Trish Stewart presided over her last Town Council meeting this evening.   
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One Awesome Night Cancelled for Christmas 2020

One Awesome Night Cancelled for...

One Awesome Night Cancelled for Christmas 2020

One Awesome Night Cancelled for Christmas 2020

“One Awesome Night”, the event that transformed the Pugwash Farmers Market into the Town of Bethlehem, has been cancelled for this year because of COVID-19.
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Swearing in Ceremony Tonight in Pugwash

Swearing in Ceremony Tonight in Pugwash

Swearing in Ceremony Tonight in Pugwash

Swearing in Ceremony Tonight in Pugwash

Three new commissioners will be sworn in tonight at the monthly meeting of the Pugwash Village Commission.
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Final Meeting for Outgoing Oxford Councillors

Final Meeting for Outgoing Oxford...

Final Meeting for Outgoing Oxford Councillors

Final Meeting for Outgoing Oxford Councillors

Oxford Town Council meets tonight but the new mayor will be sitting in the online gallery.
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Scott Will Lead a Council of Newbies in Cumberland

Scott Will Lead a Council of Newbies in...

Scott Will Lead a Council of Newbies in Cumberland

Scott Will Lead a Council of Newbies in Cumberland

Murray Scott will go down in history as the first mayor in Cumberland County. Scott defeated Jason Blanch in the county’s first mayoralty election since the former county council opted to do...
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E-voting Proves Popular in Oxford

E-voting Proves Popular in Oxford

E-voting Proves Popular in Oxford

E-voting Proves Popular in Oxford

Oxford has a new mayor. Greg Henley has been elected to replace Mayor Trish Stewart who retired after sixteen years on council.

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NS Parks and Campgrounds Prepare to Open
Bill Martin
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NS Parks and Campgrounds Prepare to Open

Nova Scotia's provincial parks and campgrounds are set to reopen in June with new measures in place to ensure Nova Scotians can safely enjoy their visits.

The Shubenacadie wildlife park will reopen Monday with reduced visitor capacity and modified hours to allow added time for cleaning. The park will open 9 to 6 daily, with the final admissions at 5:30 pm.

A one-way route around the park is marked with arrows. Some trails will be closed. Visitors cannot feed the park animals. 

Portable washrooms, including accessible facilities, and canteen service will be available.

Provincial campgrounds will open June 15, also at a reduced capacity. The number of campsites has been cut by 30 per cent to ensure physical distancing. Campers can expect more frequent cleaning of common areas, signs to promote physical distancing, and changes to the on-site check-in process to minimize physical contact with park employees.

Provincial campgrounds will only be open to Nova Scotians. Reservations from out of province visitors will not be accepted in accordance with public health orders. Only registered campers will be allowed to enter campgrounds.

Playgrounds and group facilities will remain closed until public health restrictions are lifted. Group camping sites, yurts, and cabins will remain closed this season. 

Additional information is available at the Nova Scotia Provincial Parks website: https://parks.novascotia.ca/.

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Events This Week

Monday, October 26, 2020 10:00 AM

Rug Hooking at Northport Community Centre. CANCELLED till further notice.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 8:00 AM

Fresh Baked Beef Pies in support of Big Lake Camp. Order by Tuesday, eat on Wednesday. Click HERE for details.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 10:00 AM

Quilting at the Northport Community Centre. CANCELLED till further notice.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 6:00 PM

Pugwash Fire Department Toonie Draw, the 50/50 community fundraiser. Click HERE for details.

Thursday, October 29, 2020 7:00 PM

Bingo at the Wentworth Recreation Centre. Limited to the first 50 people. Public health rules in place.

Saturday, October 31, 2020 3:00 PM

Chase the Ace at the Royal Canadian Legion in Pugwash. Click HERE for details. CANCELLED till further notice.

Saturday, October 31, 2020 5:00 PM

Halloween Trunk or Treat at the Oxford Church of the Nazarene. Click HERE for details.

Sunday, November 1, 2020 7:00 PM

Bingo at the Northport Community Centre. CANCELLED till further notice.

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