Friday, Jul 1st, 2016

A pedestrian bridge is in place in preparation for scheduled work to be done on the Braemore Bridge in Antigonish. Richard MacKenzie photo

Work on the Braemore Bridge has begun with the construction of a walking bridge. During Town of Antigonish council’s regular monthly public meeting June 20, Mayor Carl Chisholm spoke regarding a timetable for the work following an inquiry from councillor Willie Cormier. Chisholm reiterated for reporters following the meeting. “Nova Construction did some work there last week; closed it down to one-lane, getting in a base and abutments for the [...]

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