Mulgrave digs in for action on Exit 40 at Auld’s Cove

By Helen Murphy

MULGRAVE – The Town of Mulgrave is reaching out to neighbouring municipalities for support in its fight for changes to make Exit 40, the access point to Mulgrave from the Trans Canada at Auld’s Cove, safer. The exit is across from the Irving gas station and Circle K store.



Also in this edition...

Our editorial looks at another side of the Canadian political dice this week with a focus on Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer. Murphy's Law reminds us of the value of keeping calm – even when the airline cancels the ticket you already paid for! GOALS visits the Chedabucto Curling Club to try their hands at curling while an open house is held at the Canso and Area Library to celebrate one person's years of service. And of course it's getting closer and closer to Christmas with Santa already making some surprise early visits ... trust us, we've got the photos to prove it. Make sure to grab your copy of the Guysborough Journal today!





MODG council

Video surveillance to tackle illegal dumping
By Helen Murphy

GUYSBOROUGH – If you've been dumping illegally, you could be on Guysborough's version of Candid Camera. The Municipality of the District of Guysborough has installed video cameras to catch those illegally dumping in various areas of the municipality.

New dog bylaw gets first reading
By Helen Murphy

GUYSBOROUGH – Guysborough is making good on its commitment to modernize its dog bylaw with first reading of a new bylaw at last Wednesday's monthly meeting.

ECRL addresses concerns about staffing and use of funds
By Lois Ann Dort

GUYSBOROUGH – Last week a letter to the Editor of this newspaper raised concerns about a reduction of staff hours for the month of November in Guysborough, the funding of the new Open Library system in Guysborough, and the use of funds left to the Guysborough library by the Jim Drysdale bequest. In addition to the reduction of hours in Guysborough, there was also an announcement on the Eastern Counties Regional Library website stating that the Mulgrave Branch of the library system would be closed until the summer of 2020; leading to questions about the closure of the facility over the winter.

Locals awed by Obama address
By Helen Murphy

GUYSBOROUGH – It wasn't a far-away trip, but it was still a trip of a lifetime for three local residents who attended Barack Obama's address in Halifax on Nov. 13.


Mulgrave digs in for action on Exit 40 at Auld’s Cove

By Helen Murphy

MULGRAVE – The Town of Mulgrave is reaching out to neighbouring municipalities for support in its fight for changes to make Exit 40, the access point to Mulgrave from the Trans Canada at Auld’s Cove, safer. The exit is across from the Irving gas station and Circle K store.





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