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It's Canada Day! We talk about events in Yarmouth with local receation director Frank Grant. Brittany Wentzell speaks with South Shore-St. Margarets MP Bernadette Jordan. Gary Nickerson speaks...

Post date: July 03, 2018

The Bangor Sawmill Museum in Meteghan River will be open this summer after all. The board of directors announced last month the museum would be closed indefinitely after its application to the...

Post date: July 03, 2018

(file photo-ABL News) Like every other town in Canada, Yarmouth is trying to understand how legalized cannabis legislation will affect local by-laws. As of October 17, Canadians will be...

Post date: July 03, 2018

The Town of Yarmouth is looking at repairs and upgrades to the Milo Boat Club. The building, which was built in the late 1930's, is owned by the town and operated by Yarmouth Recreation....

Post date: July 03, 2018

The filming of a Hollywood production in Yarmouth left a major impact in the area. Numbers from Nova Scotia Tourism from January to April showed significant growth in the occupancy rate. That...

Post date: July 03, 2018

The Town of Yarmouth is reaching out to the community for direction on the use of the former South Centennial School. The elementary school was closed by the former Tri-County Regional School...

Post date: July 03, 2018

Bird collisions with buildings are the second leading cause of death, second only to cats, according to FLAP Canada.Executive Director Michael Mesure says one to ten birds can die colliding with a...

Post date: July 02, 2018

It was particularly busy session of parliament for South Shore - St. Margarets MP Bernadette Jordan.Several months ago Jordan became the first woman to chair the federal fisheries committee. She...

Post date: July 02, 2018

Over 25 organizations have signed an open letter asking federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna to halt BP Canada's exploratory drilling on the Scotian Shelf.That includes groups like...

Post date: June 30, 2018

The federal government is imposing over $16 billion worth of tariffs on U.S. goods, in retaliation against American taxes on steel and aluminum. Foreign Affairs minister Chrystia Freeland...

Post date: June 29, 2018

The mayor of Yarmouth says council has made no final decision yet on fire dispatch service. The town has informed the four dispatchers that it intends to lay them off. It's says the present...

Post date: June 29, 2018

Three young men got into some trouble in the water off the Port Maitland wharf Tuesday night. They had constructed a make-shift raft at a nearby beach. Daniel Deveau was on the wharf around 9 p...

Post date: June 29, 2018

As the Canada Day long weekend approaches, the price of gas has gone up. Gasoline is up 2.3 cents a litre, selling for $1.26.3 cents a litre for regular self-serve in parts Yarmouth. Diesel...

Post date: June 29, 2018

(road to Cape Forchu Light-CJLS News) A municipal councillor is pleased the province launched public consultations on future coastal protection legislation. Environment Minister Iain Rankin,...

Post date: June 28, 2018

The Historical Acadian Village of Nova Scotia has already seen some tourists this year. The village in West Pubnico offers people a chance to see how Acadians lived many years ago. It's a...

Post date: June 28, 2018

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