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      Pictou County's way to "wake up" on the East Coast! Weekday mornings from 6am-10am with Ann MacGregor and Ajay. A fun way to start the day, from the morning buzz to shout outs, birthdays, winning and more!!! Don't miss the form below - we love to hear from you! Start your day with the Wake Up crew on 94.1 East Coast FM.

Monday, August 13th, 2018, 6:03 am
      Paint Canada Pink Week is a pink movement that will build in 56 communities across Canada (9 here in Atlantic Canada) from August 12th – August 18th. The week marks 50 days until the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure on Sunday, September 30th, 2018 when nearly 100,000 Canadians from coast to coast will participate in the country's largest single-day, volunteer-led event in support of the breast cancer cause. The Pictou County event will be held once again at Trenton Park.

Wednesday August 15th there will be a PINK Yoga event on the roof top of Subway (PC Yoga & Fitness) from 7PM to 8PM. The cost for this is by donation!

On Saturday, Aug 18th there will be a family swim at Trenton Park Pool from 2PM to 3PM. The Cost for this is $4 a person or $8 for a family.

And all week we will be having a Bra Donation drive at all the events. These bras will be donated at the end of the week to Tearmann House.

All of these events are Not For Profit with all the proceeds going to The Canadian Cancer Society for Breast Cancer research.

Be sure to mark your calendar for the 2018 CIBC Run For The Cure coming up September 30th at Trenton Park! Register today at www.cibcrunforthecure.com
 

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, 10:39 am
     The province is hiring a prosecutor to focus on the environment. Environment Minister Iain Rankin says the new position will focus on cases “that put our rivers and streams, our fishery, our water supplies, our parks and protected areas and human health at risk." Recruiting for the new hire has already begun. Anyone who is prosecuted under the Environment Act can face fines of up to one million dollars. The Department of Environment also intends to share information online in the coming months about the cases it takes to court. Does this seem like a fair plan to you?
 
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