May 20th 2013
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Balanced budget at all costs?
Four years after they came into power, they promised a balanced budget. Premier Darrell Dexter says he is sticking to that plan. How they will do ...
Broomball tournament coming to Queens
From April 5-7 14 teams will take to the ice, and the organizers hope to see lots of fans out to cheer on the local teams. Admission is also free ...
VON starting fundraiser
quilt stitched by Dorothy Veinot from Caledonia, and three donated framed photos. The items will be on display at John Henley's office on Main ...
Privateer Parade going under revisions
The whole committee is filled with rookies says Ross Myers, one of new committee members, and it was just by chance they ended up with the role. ...
Mill Village school gets one year reprieve
On March 27, the South Shore Regional School Board made a motion to close the school in September of this year. However the motion was defeated ...
Getting the message out
Right now the system is too slow. Minutes of the meetings must be approved before posted on the website, which is usually done in the next ...
Curling tournament support draws fire
ice at Queens Place Emera Centre for three weeks. In 2014, Queens County is hosting the 2014 Canadian Junior Championship. If Queens County were ...
Tribute like a family reunion
"It's almost like a family coming together," says Kelly Inglis, director of the Hank Snow Hometown Museum. Whether you have been coming for ...
Council mulls nixing C.O.W.
Council holds two meetings per month, Committee of the Whole every second Tuesday and regular council every third Monday. Committee of the Whole ...
Building for the future
Inside is likely a machine few have seen before. The building is the location of Tim Clattenburg's new venture East Coast Panelized Wall Systems, ...
"Keep our school open"
Parents and community members gathered at the school that evening, to give their feedback to the South Shore Regional School Board. Not a single ...
My favourite food
surprised by this. Why would someone who loves to cook call pizza his favourite food? Considering how easy it is to get foods from anywhere in ...
Government comes knocking
Supposedly there are hundreds of millions of dollars being defrauded from the system. It will be impressive if 50 government workers going ...
Development agency closing the doors
In May of 2012, the federal government announced that Atlantic Canadian Opportunities Agency (ACOA) would no longer finance regional development ...
The Bargain! Shop closing down
Later on sources close to the situation who spoke to The Advance on the condition they are not named confirmed the store was closing. The ...
Transportation department sticking by highway plans
The by-pass has come under fire from the community over the past year, because of the way the entrances to the communities is being shaped. In ...
The omelet test
When you apply for a job, there is an interview. Your potential employer wants to get an idea of how you will work out for their company, and in ...
MADD on the ice
Several hundred people came through the door that night, giving donations, bidding on silent auction items and stopping by the mocktail lounge ...
The penny and the senate
The penny's function is unclear to most of us. The senate's function is also unclear to most of us. We are not sure where the pennies will go to ...
Missing men found safe
RCMP received a 911 call in the early evening of Feb. 21 from one of the missing men, who had lost their way when walking in the woods. Queens ...
Mill Village School study committee finds report flawed
The Deloitte Report released last year looked at all aspects of the Mill Village Consolidated school that might need improvement over the next ...
Carroll Baker, Ryan Cook and the Hank Snow Tribute
On Friday, Feb. 15 a press conference was held at Queens Place Emera Centre, to bring out a few more details of the upcoming tribute. Headlining ...
Mail sorting leaving Liverpool
Canada Post is closing sorting facilities all across the country in an effort to cut down on costs and moving them to central locations. In Nova ...
CFIA and payouts: A risky link
Those fish were allowed to grow to full term by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, due to the low risk of spread and under strict guidelines. ...
Nursing home demand continues to rise
Deborah Langlois, administrator for Queens Manor and the North Queens Nursing Home, has seen that demand climb ever higher in her time at the ...
South Shore Wild in the playoffs
This weekend the Wild are in Spryfield for a pair of games. Next weekend the playoffs return to Liverpool. The team plays Friday, Feb. 15 at 8:30 ...
Community Forest idea taking root
Will Martin, director of Forestry and Forest Products at Windhorse Woods, made a presentation to Region of Queens council on Jan. 31 on the ...
CFIA stands by decision to allow salmon processing
ISA was discovered at the Cooke Aquaculture site by Coffin Island in June of 2012. The site was quickly placed in quarantine, and the company ...
Queens well represented in business award nominees
Under the Large Business Award, local building supply store and wood truss manufacturer J&H Industries has been nominated. Two local ...
One that I was recently re-introduced to is clarified butter. Though I learned how to make it in culinary school, it is a bit fussy to keep an ...
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