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Peter Brodie, an original member of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders, passed away in Florida on Oct. AMHERST – One of Nova Scotia’s most celebrated Second World War regiments has lost another member. Brodie was born in Amherst and enlisted in the army in 1940 as one of the original members of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders. He participated in the D-Day landing at Normandy on June 6, 1944 and was wounded on June 9 – three days after coming ashore on Juno Beach. Upon his return to active service, he participated in the liberation of the Netherlands and was promoted to sergeant in charge of bren gun carriers. In 1945, he returned home and joined the reserves becoming the regimental sergeant major of the Nova Scotia Highland Milita. Brodie also worked in a supervisory position at Enamel and Heating until he moved to Florida, where he worked with Codman & Shurleff (Johnson and Johnson) in the development and production of surgical instruments. Cremation has taken place in Florida and a memorial service will be held in Amherst at a later date.
Memorial donations are being accepted for Immanuel United Church or an organization of choice. New Glasgow is the birthplace of George MacKenzie, known as the father of Nova Scotia shipbuilding. New Glasgow (4) New Minas (4) North Sydney (1) Parker Cove (1) Parrsboro (3) Pitman is a licensed Real Estate Agent on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Website directory for New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada – Business New Glasgow (2006 pop. An estimated 200 projects are exhibited in the annual regional heritage fair at the Nova Scotia Community College Truro campus in Truro on Friday. TRURO - About 200 Colchester County and area students are showing off their heritage knowledge at the NSCC in Truro. Judging is underway of the regional heritage fair projects, which range from topics on Sidney Crosby, the Masstown Market, war time events and much more. TRURO – Local students who have embraced heritage will display their talents today, Friday, as the annual Chignecto-Central Regional School Board's regional heritage fair takes place.
Elementary students from Grades 4 to 9, representing 18 schools within the local school board, will gather at the Truro campus of the Nova Scotia Community College  for the heritage fair. Recently the Amherst & Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the other Cumberland Chambers and Boards of Trade met with Devin Trefry acting executive director of the Central Nova Scotia Tourist Association. The Nova Scotia Government is taking a new direction concerning tourism therefore has eliminated most of the core funding that was received by CNTA.
The future of tourism promotion for this area will rely on what Tourism Nova Scotia decides what they wish to promote on their website. Cape Breton, Halifax and Yarmouth area have promoted their areas by putting a levy on hotel usage.

There has been talk about having a province-wide levy that would be used to increase tourism for all of Nova Scotia. The question remains do we rely on Tourism Nova Scotia to promote this area or do we come together as collective group and support an organization like CNTA or should we be promoting our own areas? The Amherst and Area of Chamber would welcome any comments concerning the future of tourism in Cumberland County. In our area we have many outdated signs directing tourist to non existing businesses and according to some tourists, I have spoke to, there is inadequate signage to direct them to things advertised as destinations in our area. Long-anticipated DNA tests have confirmed the 82-pound animal shot on the Bonavista Peninsula (Newfoundland) is indeed a Labrador wolf.
Joe Fleming was astonished when he saw shot what he thought might be a huge coyote tracks on the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland in early March.
That’s the conclusion of genetic testing by both Memorial University (MUN) and the University of Idaho. News of the shooting of the animal engaged people across the province in debate and speculation, with many insisting it looked like a wolf from photos in the media. Joe Fleming is accepting the DNA testing results on the 82-pound animal that confirm it’s a Labrador wolf. But Fleming doesn’t think the wolf came to the island any later than a year ago and he is skeptical it’s the only one residing here.
And Fleming reported the animal he shot was travelling with another animal, which he said could be a smaller wolf or a hybrid. Initially, the Spillars Cove crab fisherman and avid coyote tracker thought the beast to be a massive coyote.
Fleming, who was somewhat shy of interviews when he first spoke to The Telegram in?March, has been busy doing media interviews across the country.
Fleming also said he would have liked to have been kept more informed by wildlife officers of the testing results. Tissue samples from the animal were sent to Memorial University’s CREAIT Genomics and Proteomics Facility and the University of Idaho’s Laboratory for Evolutionary, Ecological and Conservation Genetics. The Idaho university is involved in genetic testing research by students as part of the provincial caribou strategy.
French told The Telegram Environment and Conservation will be keeping a watch in future for signs of wolves on the island and it’s not believed Labrador wolves are breeding here.
He credited the MUN and Idaho labs for co-operating to solve the mystery once and for all. Idaho was sought out to help because of its worldwide expertise in the field as well as the link to the caribou strategy, French said. Through the coyote carcass collection program, tissue samples from some 3,000 carcasses have been tested and no wolves ever found among them, the department said. The island caribou strategy has not shown any sign of the presence of wolves and the department doesn’t suspect wolves are breeding on the island.
The Newfoundland wolf became extinct on the island around 1930, but the grey wolf is common in Labrador.

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Grades 4 to 9 students from Chignecto-Central Regional School Board are participating in the event.
Trefry outlined the role of CNTA and highlighted many of the projects they undertake to promote tourism along the Bay of Fundy and Northumberland Shores.
This idea seems to be at standstill as nobody knows exactly how it would work and all areas of the province cannot agree on how the levy monies would be divided. While we spend many dollars to get tourists to come to our area it would be nice to have up to date signage to keep them and their money in our area. I guess if it’s a wolf, it’s a wolf,” Fleming said this morning, (May 25) after learning the news from a report in The Telegram. He said after shooting the animal, he has since reported larger tracks to wildlife officers. The story of Fleming’s kill on the Bonavista Peninsula engaged many in the province in curiosity and debate about coyotes, wolves and hybrid animals. Wolves on the island would change its ecology, as their presence introduces a new predator. Check out listings from properties around Truro and First published in New Glasgow in 1911, The Evening News is a daily newspaper serving Pictou County, Nova Scotia. You can refine your search for New Glasgow real estate listings by selecting Police have questioned Amber Kirwan's boyfriend as the search for the missing 19-year-old woman continues in New Glasgow. YP Canada presents Sports Recreation business directory listings for in and near the New Glasgow, Nova-Scotia area. CNTA needs increased support from all municipalities so that they can carry on with the promotion for our area. With the largest listings of categories you New Glasgow recipe that can still be found in several rural towns and villages in Nova Scotia. Country Inn 85 Black Point Road RR1 Trenton, Nova Scotia B0K-1X0 902-752 was a receiving point for many Scottish immigrants moving to a new home in northern Nova Scotia Convergys Inc operate a call center in New Glasgow. However this may not be enough to keep CNTA operating so we have to think of other alternates.

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