Staff Reporter / Saturday, October 1, 2022 / Categories: News Troops Assist Cumberland Storm Clean-up The Province is sending military and Natural Resources personnel to Cumberland County to help with the Hurricane Fiona clean-up. The provincial coordination centre is deploying workers from both the NS Natural Resources and Renewables Department, and Canadian Armed Forces. The aid group is expected today and will be dispersed in Amherst, Oxford, and across Cumberland. They will focus on tree cutting and clean-up in cooperation with Cumberland EMO and the many volunteer fire departments across the county. military resources to Cumberland County and the towns of Amherst and Oxford beginning Saturday to assist with tree-cutting across the region. They will not address trees near or entangled with power lines, as that remains a task for trained personnel from Nova Scotia Power. Add your comments below. Previous Article Nova Scotia Celebrates 36th Treaty Day Next Article Vandals Strike Oxford Fire Training Facility Print 339 Rate this article: 5.0 Tags: EMONatural ResourcesHurricane FionaMilitaryTree Damage 2 comments on article "Troops Assist Cumberland Storm Clean-up" 0 0 Mont Godfrey A large maple, which is on my neighbors property, fell over and crushed my fence in my back yard. Can I get some assistance with the trees removal? 10/3/2022 10:11 AM 0 0 Staff Reporter You'll have to ask Cumberland EMO which is coordinating the clean-up volunteers. 10/3/2022 4:02 PM Please login or register to post comments.