Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended a Community BBQ today at St. Francis Xavier University as part of his tour of Nova Scotia. At an announcement earlier this morning, he promised $90 million to twin a dangerous stretch of Nova Scotia's Highway 104 from Sutherlands River to Antigonish, which has been the site of many fatal car crashes.
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New Board of Directors elected at the Annual General Meeting on April 10, 2018:
The Canadian and Provincial Chambers delivered this letter to the Minister of Finance and Prime Minister on March 8th following the 2018 Budget seeking a comprehensive tax review.
“Although the budget sets out many positive measures, including support for women entrepreneurs, a clearer path to Indigenous self-determination and improved skills development, it doesn’t address the most basic issues facing our economy,” - Perrin Beatty, President and CEO, Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Antigonish will host the Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games from July 31 – August 4. The...
Are you a Commercial Property owner in Antigonish? If yes you should have received a BID Ballot in the mail from the Town. Perhaps you own a business but are a tenant in Antigonish, in this case you are eligible to vote as well - all you need to do is to register with the Town to receive a ballot.
"From one business owner to another, I strongly encourage all to be fully informed regarding the Business Improvement District Initiative (Business Levy) regardless if you are for it or against it. We need everyone to be fully aware of the facts before voting. If this is handled correctly this could be very beneficial to the business and residential community. The Town of Antigonish needs and wants your input, questions and concerns"
Mark Gabrieau wants Business Owner’s to be informed
A Business Improvement District (BID) is being proposed for the Town of Antigonish. Come hear what it is all about & register for a ballot to vote on the issue.
Feb 14th: Special Business Connects:"A discussion to enable informed decisions"
Engage Nova Scotia believe "this sort of collaboration, and leadership on the part of the Town, is exactly the type of work needed in our province".
& Best Wishes for a Prosperous 2017!
Please note that our office is currently closed for the Holiday Season, and will reopen on Monday, January 9th, 2017.