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OVER 1,000 TONS OF RECYCLABLES TO BE PROCESSED ANNUALLY IN RETROFITTED FACILITY

Meteghan, Nova Scotia, April 21, 2012 – Federal and municipal representatives gathered in Meteghan today to celebrate the completion of a new recycling facility.

The Municipality of Clare has retrofitted an existing building on the site of the former Comeau Lumber Ltd. plant and transformed it into a recycling centre. In addition to new, locally manufactured equipment, the Municipality purchased some used equipment to get the centre up and running. The new facility opened earlier this year and is expected to...

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MP KERR ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR YARMOUTH COMPANY TO PROMOTE UPGRADED PRODUCT IN GLOBAL MARKETPLACE

YARMOUTH (NS) – APRIL 19, 2012 – Greg Kerr, Member of Parliament for West Nova, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of State for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and La Francophonie, today announced support from the Government of Canada for Tri-Star. The Yarmouth company has been in the business of designing and manufacturing ambulances, emergency equipment and specialty vehicles since 1973 and plans to expand and promote its business to new locales around the world.

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MP KERR ANNOUNCES INVESTMENT IN ADVENTURE PARK FOR UPPER CLEMENTS

UPPER CLEMENTS, (NS) – April 16, 2012 – Member of Parliament for West Nova Greg Kerr, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of State for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) and La Francophonie, announced today a business loan for a new Adventure Park being constructed in Upper Clements, Nova Scotia. The park is being built by the Upper Clements Park Society, a not-for-profit group that was established in 1997.

“As our Government continues moving forward, we will support...

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CONSIDER EVERYTHING IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT

UPPER CLEMENTS, (NS) – March 28, 2012 – Luckily, there are many places that you can a good advice from, but make sure that you are getting a policy that includes everything that you need on it. Often, people don't realize what their insurance policy covers or doesn't cover until it is too late. This means that they walk away from an accident spending more time or money than they thought they would. There are some things to consider when getting car insurance quotes, but the biggest question is what is bring covered and what is not? Here are a few things to consider when it comes to car insurance.


The deductible is an important thing to consider when purchasing car insurance quotes Barrie. It is the amount of money you will spend as sort of a co-pay. This means you have to pay it up front before any car repairs or medical bills. The higher your deductible the lower your insurance premium is. This, of course, means you have to come up with money out of your pocket at the last minute when an accident occurs or your car gets stolen. When deciding what to set the deductible at consider your financial picture. If coming up with $500 dollars is easy for you then you might as well set it high, but if you are not a saver and your account it often empty it might be worth having a lower deductible.


You next want to consider how much your premium will cover towards both yourself and the other person if medical attention is needed. Whatever is not covered is going to be coming out of your pocket. It is important that you are well protected. Some of the insurance companies that are cheaper simply do not cover you fully and this can be a big sign of trouble if something does happen.


It is always better to be safe instead of sorry. When you decide to accept a quote the best thing you can do is make sure that you are fully covered. It is way too easy to become excited about the price and then not to evaluate the reasoning behind the price. Take your time with car insurance quotes and make sure that you are getting the full coverage you deserve. This way if an accident happens you are going to be a much happier person with a lot less on your shoulders.


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