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TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE DISTRICT OF SHELBURNE
Re: Approval of Repeal and Replacement of the Dog By-law
Please be advised that on July 27, 2020, Municipal Council approved the repeal of the existing Dog By-law D-100 and adopted a new Dog By-law D-200.
The By-law has been updated to provide clearer definitions, clarify and update responsibilities of an owner, duty to report abuse, fees, impounding, fierce or dangerous dogs, seizure under warrant and Summary Offence Ticketing...
Shelburne, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2020 - Today, the Province of Nova Scotia and Develop Nova Scotia announced the second round of Internet for Nova Scotia Initiatives, including a project to connect more homes and businesses in the Municipality of Shelburne to Bell Canada’s all-fibre network. This project is made possible through an investment of $46,000 by the Municipality and will provide residents with download speeds of up to 1.5 Gigabits per second (Gbps).
“This is a very exciting day,”...
Residents experiencing drought conditions can get water at provincial parks in thesouthwest region.
Some parks require you to contact them before you arrive to use their facilities.
You need to follow public health guidelines at all parks, including wearing a mask, keeping asafe distance from park employees and others, and not using the facilities if you’re experiencingany COVID-19 symptoms or have travelled outside the Atlantic bubble in the last 14 days.
These parks will remain open to the ...