Friday, Apr 18th, 2014

Chandra Gavin of the Tuna Charters Nova Scotia Association gave a presentation to Antigonish Town Council about the association and growing business April 14. In the foreground is tuna boat charter captain Francis Boyd. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

At their March regular monthly public meeting, Town of Antigonish council decided to defer dealing with the boundary/council review for a month to give residents more time to offer opinions about, most significantly, the number of councillors needed by the town. With only one email received on the topic, council went ahead and voted for status quo – six councillors and a mayor – during their regular monthly public meeting [...]

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