Tuesday’s Headlines

POLITICS

CAPE BRETON – Shrink CRBM council: report [CBC]
HALIFAX – MPs approve national museum status for Pier 21 [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – Kicking in for soccer expansion [Chronicle Herald]
FREDERICTON – Liberals promise drug plan for all [Times Transcript]

URBAN GREEN

SAINT JOHN – Sewage dumping in Saint John harbour critized [CBC]
SYDNEY – Province seeks input on renewable energy [Cape Breton Post]

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

HALIFAX –$3M for indoor soccer field [CBC]

DEVELOPMENT

CHARLOTTETOWN – Concert site approved, condo rejected [CBC]
HALIFAX – Salter Block project extension requested [CBC]
MONCTON – Porter airlines ready to serve Metro [Time Transcript]

COMMUNITY

CHARLOTTETOWN – Island artists need 2nd job: study [CBC]
SYNDEY – Student art to be showcased Wednesday [Cape Breton Post]

OTHER NEWS

ATLANTIC REGION – Halifax versus Moncton: a love story [Times Transcript]