Headlines: This Week in Review

BUILT ENVIRONMENT
SAINT JOHN – City to study signage issue [Daily Gleaner]

DEVELOPMENT
HALIFAX – N.S. considers sale of aging convention centre [CBC]
HALIFAX – N.S. touts convention centre benefits [CBC]
HALIFAX – Bill Estabrooks syas building convention centre is “right decision” [The Coast]
HALIFAX – Halifax’s Joseph Howe Building to be sold [CBC]
HALIFAX – Halifax asked to gamble on taxpayer-funded convention centre [The Globe and Mail]
HALIFAX – Province rolls out convention centre details [The Coast]
ST. JOHN’S – Plan of proposed subdivision on Signal Hill Road [The Scope]

POLITICS
CHARLOTTETOWN – Charlottetown candidate’s signs stolen, smashed [CBC]
CHARLOTTETOWN – Municipal residents go to voting booths Nov. 1 [The Guardian]
PEI – Mayoral contests in 4 P.E.I. municipalities [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Saint John Harbour recount continues [CBC]
SUMMERSIDE – Summerside mayoral race not personal: Williams [CBC]

TRANSPORTATION
CHARLOTTETOWN – Mother calls for bus driver to be fired [The Guardian]
CHARLOTTETOWN – Students renew bus pass [CBC]
HALIFAX – Bus terminal proposal unpopular [The Chronicle Herald]
HALIFAX – Report: Buses need PAs for stops [The Chronicle Herald]

NEWFOUNDLAND – Marine Atlantic ferry delays disastrous: trucker [CBC]

URBAN GREEN
SAINT JOHN – Saint John boil water order hits 45,000 [CBC]

OTHER
HALIFAX – Common concert promoter goes out of business [The Coast]
SAINT JOHN – Saint John lauds 1.5 millionth cruise tourist [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Industrial crane topples over in Saint John
ST. JOHN’S – Tender issued on George Street cameras [CBC]