July 21, 2014
July 21, 2014
Citizens of Dalhousie and surrounding areas,
In early 2012, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans began looking into divesting surplus lighthouses across Canada. In September 2012, the Town of Dalhousie presented a business plan under the Heritage Lighthouse Protection Act (HLPA) to acquire the Inch Arran lighthouse from Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The Department of...
June 16, 2014
Our CAO, Christy, received on June 12th, 2014 at the AMANB banquet two prestigious certificates. She received Level II National Advance Certificate in Local Authority Administration (NACLANN), Dalhousie University College of Continuing Education and Level II AMANB Professional Certificate. Those don’t come easy, they required discipline, sacrifices, not to mention the hours of study....
June 12, 2014
June 11, 2014
DALHOUSIE, NB – Dalhousie Town Council was unsuccessful at negotiating a land purchase agreement for the former Abitibi Bowater mill property. “I am extremely disappointed and frustrated” stated Mayor Tremblay.
For almost two years, the Town has been trying to negotiate a deal with American Iron and Metal, the...
June 10, 2014
Due to a scheduled shutdown of the water treatment plant to hookup a backup generator, the Town is implementing a Water Conservation Notice as a precautionary measure.
The Town urges resident to reduce their water use and conserve if possible from Thursday June 12, 2014 from 5:00 pm until Friday June 13, 2014 at...
June 4, 2014
-The Dalhousie Fire Department would like to invite you to there annual Softball tournament fund raiser that will be held this 10-11-12 of July 2014 at the Darlington Ball Field. The team consist of men and women (TOTAL OF 10 Players) of all ages and its all for fun whit no finals every team gets to play 3 games whit a fee of $300.00 per team. Come and take the time to enjoy a fun filed day and...
June 3, 2014
The layout is square, recognising the architectural balance of the Art Deco Town Hall, the employees no longer need to climb on to the roof to change the flags, eliminating a safety hazard and the placement of each flag is as recommended by Heritage Canada’s flag protocol.
May 30, 2014
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