Wednesday’s Headlines

POLITICS

HALIFAX – HRM spending to be examined [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – Porta-pottie cuts could be messy [NewsNet]
SAINT JOHN – 6 firms interested in Peel project, officials say [Telegraph Journal]

URBAN GREEN

MONCTON – Ride bus free today [Times & Transcript]
MONCTON – Causeway gates closed for test [Times & Transcript]
FREDERICTON – Freddy the Commuter Dude up and running [Daily Gleaner]
PEI – Driver hits pump, causing major gasoline spill [Guardian]

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

FREDERICTON – City to showcase trail system [Daily Gleaner]
SYDNEY – Rally for harbour dredging planned [Cape Breton Post]
SAINT JOHN – Fake or real piece of local heritage? [Telegraph Journal]

COMMUNITY

MONCTON – Dream Festival in works for Metro [Times & Transcript]
NB – Province toughens up on animal protection rules [Daily Gleaner]
HALIFAX – Group brings attention to plight of food bank users [Metro]
NS – High-speed service in place in rural communities [Chronicle Herald]

OTHER NEWS

NB – Kent County gains national exposure [Times & Transcript]
HALIFAX – Kid to Rock Commons [Metro]
HALIFAX – US Airways arrives here, will depart 3 times a day [Chronicle Herald]