Last night a Silver Pandora Bracelet with 4 charms was lost along the board walk, somewhere between Cows and East Coast Lifestyle, by the seaport market.
It has sentimental Value.
If you found it, Please contact me at email@example.com
From August 7 to September 17, 2015, the CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent and the CCGS Terry Fox will be on a six week scientific survey to collect data needed for Canada’s Arctic continental shelf submission to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
The Geological Survey of Canada, part of Natural Resources Canada, and the Canadian Hydrographic Service, part of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, are responsible for this scientific work. The vessels will survey an area in the Eurasian Basin on the Lomonosov Ridge and areas in the vicinity of the North Pole.
This is the second phase of work that was started by these 2 ships last summer.
The Irving’s are definitely doing work on on their wharf next to imperial oil.
Condemned and dis-used, it now appears to be in the process of being repaired. It looks like the Deck has been removed, and loose concrete is being chipped away.
work was first rumored in late 2013 and It was noticed that core drilling appeared to be taking place on site last year.
EasterSeals NS held an open house for their Dropzone Event where people who raise $1500 get to rappel down the side of 1801 Hollis St.
You can see photos from The Day Jobs corporate team last year on our Flickr page, You can contribute to Team Edge here:
The harbour ferry Christopher Stannix Sailed for Sambro to be Dry Docked.
Still no word on what the issue is.
Canadian Maritime Engineering (AKA CME) has a marine railway in Sambro, and has done work on The Pilot Boats in the past.
The Svitzer tugs Svitzer Nerthus and Svitzer Njal Sailed this morning bound or Milne Inlet on Bafin Island. They arrived in June, and are to work a contract for the new Iron Ore mine there.
interestingly, they didn’t take Canadian names. Nerthus is the Germanic Goddess of Fertility, hailing from an island in Denmark. Njal refers to a Character from an Icelandic Saga written in the late 1200’s.