Friday’s Headlines

POLITICS

HALIFAX – English’s departure to be costly for HRM [Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – HRM on lookout for new CAO [Metro]

URBAN GREEN

SAINT JOHN – Killen still pushing for bike lanes on viaduct [Telegraph Journal]

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

N.B. – N.B. First Nation hopeful over dam’s removal [CBC]
ST. JOHN’S – Condo complex too close to home: neighbours [CBC]

DEVELOPMENT

SAINT JOHN – Areva, N.B. reveal nuclear plans [CBC]
P.E.I. – Works starts on P.E.I.’s first autism centre [CBC]
HALIFAX – Public share ideas for new library [CBC]

COMMUNITY

ST. JOHN’S – Pleasantville overhaul before council [CBC]

OTHER NEWS

P.E.I. – Offshore well to proceed: Corridor [CBC]
N.S. – Eco-industrial park set to go [Chronicle Herald]

2 comments

  1. MONCTON – Areva, N.B. reveal nuclear plans [CBC]

    The story is out of Saint John, not Moncton. Read the CBC article. It was announced in Saint John.

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