Please be advised that the following are candidates nominated in the Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s as of 5:00pm, Dec. 22nd, 2020 at the close of nominations. This list will not be official until 4:00pm on Dec. 23rd, 2020, which is the final day to withdrawal.
District 8- Candidates:
1. James M. Bingley
2. James Harpell

Please note today is the last day to file nomination papers for the District 8 Special Election. Appointments to file your nomination papers must be made by 5:00pm in order to become a candidate for the Special Election.
 
Please call 902-522-2049 to book an appointment.

How The Library Can Help:

This holiday season a library card can help save you money. If you used your library card to read just one book per month and watch just one movie per month, you would save $672 dollars in a year. Using your library card is easy and it doesn’t cost you anything.

A library card can help you navigate some of this insecurity by providing access to relevant online courses through Lynda/LinkedIn Learning. If you need to learn Zoom to connect with family and friends during the holidays, Lynda can help you do that. What you can learn with a library card may surprise you. Rocket Languages offers interactive online language learning courses in over 12 languages, including sign language. You can also read newspapers including the Chronicle Herald for free using PressReader. It offers newspapers and magazines from over 100 countries in 60+ languages. 

There are so many more ways a library card can help you economize while at the same time engaging your mind, it’s impossible to cover them all. A library card can support your well being during the holiday season and all year long. Stay up to date on services offered at ECRL by visiting ecrl.ca often, or by following ECRL on social media:  www.facebook.com/ECRLibrary  | twitter.com/ecrlibrary.

For more information please see:  pdf ECRL Media Release (187 KB)

New provincial gathering limits begin December 21, 2020- For the full statement, please see: Gathering Limits- December 21, 2020

With the approval of Governor in Council, Minister Chuck Porter further renewed the declaration of a State of Emergency for all of the Province to continue on and after 12:00 pm (noon) on Sunday, December 13, 2020. If this Declaration is not renewed or terminated earlier, the State of Emergency remains in effect until 14 days after the date and time it is declared, which is until 12:00 pm (noon) on Sunday, December 27, 2020.

For the full document please see:   Provincial State of Emergency- Renewal

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