The Emergency Management Office for the Municipality of St. Mary’s would like to advise residents to be prepared for the upcoming potential Hurricane Teddy to make landfall.
This system also brings potential for storm surges and flooding. Residents are reminded to please exercise extreme caution during this time and avoid shorelines.
In an emergency you will need the basic supplies and be prepared to be without power or tap water. It is recommended to be self- sufficient for at least 72 hours. For additional information on creating your 72 hour kit please visit https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/index-en.aspx
Residents are asked to stay safe during this time and check on your neighbor in case someone needs help.
Below are links to follow the upcoming weather:
Current Weather Alerts for Nova Scotia
Current detailed forecast for Nova Scotia
Current conditions for Nova Scotia:
Tropical Weather Outlook:
Develop NS recently announced the second round of Internet for Nova Scotia Initiative Projects. In this second round, areas of the Eastern Strait/Guysborough Zone will be covered. The Internet Service Provider for these areas will be Bell Canada. Round 2 projects announced in August 2020 mean an additional 32,000 homes and businesses will have access to high-speed Internet in the form of fibre to the home: 11,000 by summer 2021, 21,000 by end of 2021 and all 32,000 by summer 2022. Some areas included in this second round include: Eight Island Lake, Giant’s Lake, Fraser Mills, Liscomb, Spanish Ship Bay, Liscomb Mills, Little Liscomb, Melrose, Aspen, Glenelg, Smithfield, Cameron Settlement, Caledonia, Port Bickerton, Harpellville, Holland Harbour, Fisherman’s Harbour, Stillwater, Sherbrooke, Goldenville, Port Hilford, Wine Harbour and Sonora. For more information please visit https://internet.developns.ca/ and to see the full document on the Eastern Strait/Guysborough Zone: pdf Devlop NS Project Announcement (204 KB)