Chris Lewis from Chris Lewis Business Solutions will be speaking on Social Media & Small Businesses at the Small Business Week Reception. This is being held tonight, October 22nd, at the Sherbrooke Village Exhibit Centre from 6:30-8:30pm.

First-responder organizations in Guysborough County and across Nova Scotia will be able to purchase necessary safety equipment with a $1.4 million investment from the province.

“First responders have an essential role in the safety of our communities, and we thank them for their dedication and commitment,” said Premier Stephen McNeil in making the announcement Tuesday morning. “Many of these organizations are supported by volunteers, who put countless hours into training and responding to emergencies. This funding will help ensure they have the tools and equipment to keep them safe.”

Eighty organizations are receiving funding under the program for 2019-2020, including the following local emergency services organizations:

  • Chedabucto Fire Dept., $17,156
  • East River St. Mary's Fire Dept., $20,000
  • Eastern Shore Ground Search & Rescue, $7,943
  • Erinville and District Volunteer Fire Dept., $5,432
  • Goshen and Area Volunteer Fire Dept., $20,000
  • Mulgrave Volunteer Fire Dept., $20,000
  • Sherbrooke and Area Volunteer Fire Dept., $20,000
  • St. Mary's & District Firemen's Assoc. $20,000

Youth Green Leader:

Reports to:        Community Development & Recreation Director
Pay:                      $13.00 an hour
Hours:                  10 hours per week, approx.
Length:               16 Weeks, (starting Oct. 21, 2019 to Feb. 3rd, 2020)

For full details please see: pdf Youth Green Leader Job (166 KB)

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