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GUYSBOROUGH PLANS NEW CHEDABUCTO LIFESTYLE COMPLEX: Guysborough is poised to become even more attractive as a place to live and visit, thanks to an ambitious new plan by the Municipality of the District of Guysborough. Read the full story in this week's Journal. Architecture49

 

Milestone for Goldboro LNG

 

Pieridae receives non-FTA export license

  

Pieridae Energy continues to meet major milestones with the proposed Goldboro LNG processing facility. On Friday, Feb. 5, Pieridae received its Non-Free Trade Export authorization from the US Department of Energy. This authorization allows US-sourced natural gas to be exported as LNG to countries which do not have a free trade agreement with the United States.

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Future of Mulgrave school to be decided soon

 

By Lois Ann Dort


GUYSBOROUGH – The School Options Committee's (SOC) final public meeting regarding the SAERC feeder school system, which includes Mulgrave Memorial Education Centre, will be held at SAERC on Tuesday, Feb. 16. This will be the third and final public meeting on this issue as mandated by the provincial school review policy. The meeting was announced during the regular monthly meeting of the Strait Regional School Board on Wednesday, February 3 held in Guysborough.

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SRSB celebrates African Heritage Month

 

By Lois Ann Dort


GUYSBOROUGH – African drums, voices raised in song and speeches proclaiming the importance of African Nova Scotian contributions to the province and the country as a whole were all part of the Strait Regional School Board's annual recognition of African Heritage Month at a meeting held in the Afrikan Canadian Friendship and Heritage Centre in Guysborough on Wednesday, February 3. Along with SRSB board members, notable guests included the Minster of Communities, Culture and Heritage and the Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs Tony Ince, the Warden of the Municipality of the District of Guysborough Vernon Pitts, choirs from Chedabucto Place and Antigonish Education Centre, and the African Drum group made up of students from St. Andrew Junior School and Dr. J.H. Gillis Regional High School.

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