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Time of River Hebert policing meeting on Sept. 27 changed

The time of the public engagement session on policing in River Hebert on Tuesday, Sept. 27, is being moved to later in the day.

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Cumberland County to offer Book of Condolences for Queen

Cumberland Mayor Murray Scott signs the Book of Condolences that will be making its way to several locations around the municipality in the coming weeks to give residents the opportunity to share their condolences. The book will be sent to Buckingham Palace. Darrell Cole – Municipality of Cumberland

In honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Municipality of Cumberland is offering a Book of Condolences for Cumberland County residents to share their thoughts and memories of the late monarch, who passed away Sept. 8 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

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Pugwash public engagement session at St. Thomas More Hall

The Municipality of Cumberland has announced the location for the Pugwash public engagement session regarding policing.

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Second policing public meeting in Springhill on Thursday

The second of five public engagement sessions regarding the Municipality of Cumberland’s review of policing services will take place on Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre in Springhill.

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Municipality of Cumberland declares Sept. 19 a holiday

Monday, Sept. 19, has been declared as a Day of Mourning to honour Queen Elizabeth II for her lifelong service.

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Construction of new playground Parrsboro delayed until 2023

A new playground and park on the former site of the Parrsboro town hall will not take place until 2023 due to delays in the delivery of playground equipment.

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Cumberland County elects status quo on electoral boundaries

Cumberland municipal council is looking to maintain the status quo when it comes to electoral boundaries and the number of councillors.

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Public meetings on policing begin Thursday in Parrsboro

Cumberland County’s review of its policing services will take another step later this week with the first of five public engagement sessions in five communities.

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