Tenders Called for Cumberland County Paving

first_imgDrivers between Springhill and Oxford will soon have a smoother ride because of a paving tender announced by the province today, April 8. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has called a tender to repave 5.7 kilometres of Route 321 from the intersection of Wyvern Road at River Philip toward Springhill. “So far this year our department has scheduled more than 200 kilometres of repaving on Nova Scotia roads,” said Murray Scott, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. “This is a useful route for drivers in the Oxford and Springhill areas and I’m pleased to see it on this year’s construction schedule.” The project is part of government’s commitment to better roads and infrastructure as outlined in the speech from the throne. The department’s highways division manages more than 23,000 kilometres of roads in Nova Scotia. It maintains 4,100 bridges and operates seven provincial ferries. Staff provide services from district offices in Bridgewater, Bedford, Truro, and Sydney.last_img read more

Alumni rock at annual curling bonspiel

Rob Lanteigne and Kenneth Truong from the Brock University Students’ Union curl at the annual alumni curling bonspiel. Photo: Erika HughesSeventy-two curlers took part in the Brock Rock Alumni Curling Bonspiel on March 27.The annual event was at the St. Catharines Golf and Country Club. It was held by the Alumni Association as a fun bonspiel for alumni, students and Brock faculty and staff. Prizes were awarded for the competitive division, the recreation division and best-dressed team.The event was a success, chair Katie McClymont said.“It is so rewarding to see all the support from the Brock community and the reuniting of alumni and Brock students,” she said. “People are already wanting to register for next year.” read more