CBRM News

Handi-transit Notice during 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Handi-Trans will be available as per normal schedule with extended service on Sunday, Feb 17th and Sunday, Feb 24th until 10pm for the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Handi-Trans can be booked as usual through the Handi-Trans line: 902-539-4336.

Centre 200 box office hours update:

On Thursday, Feb 14th, the box office will be open from 9am-6pm, for those looking to purchase Scotties tickets!

City Hall Notice

Due to current weather conditions, CBRM City Hall will be at noon today, Weds, Feb 13th, for the remainder of the day.

Ready to Rock at Centre 200

c200 scotties

Get your 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Tickets:

https://www.curling.ca/2019scotties/tickets/

APPLICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM

The Cape Breton Regional Municipality’s Commercial District Improvement bylaw allows property owners undertaking new commercial developments in certain areas of the Municipality to apply to have the increase in property taxes resulting from these new developments to be phased in over a period of five or ten years, depending the scale of the development.

You may be eligible for the incentive if the location of your proposed development is within the geographic boundaries as defined in the by law.  

Any property owner wishing to be considered for this Development Support Program must first complete this application form.

APPLICATION FORMfor Development Support Program

Scotties Tournament of Hearts: Free Wild Card Match!

Interested in checking out a curling game, free of charge, while the Scotties Tournament of Hearts is in town?

You're in luck! There is a FREE Wild Card Match:

Friday, Feb 15th
7:30pm at C200

You can see first hand the amazing atmosphere and watch top-notch curling live!

Event is open to the public. No ticket needed. 

free wild card match

https://www.curling.ca/2019scotties/

Construction Advisory: Tues, Feb 6

Overhead arms for traffic lights are now being installed at the Churchill and Alexandra Street intersection in Sydney.

Poles and arms are being erected but will not be operational for another few weeks.

An official announcement will be issued through the Traffic Authority prior to the lights being activated. Until such time, the intersection will remain a four way stop.

Construction Advisory: Tues, Feb 6

Overhead arms for traffic lights are now being installed at the Churchill and Alexandra Street intersection in Sydney.

Poles and arms are being erected but will not be operational for another few weeks.

An official announcement will be issued through the Traffic Authority prior to the lights being activated. Until such time, the intersection will remain a four way stop.

CB Transit Notice:

Tues, Feb 6th, 2019

The 8pm CBU Express Route running from Sydney to Glace Bay this evening (Tues, Feb 06) is cancelled.

Regular route 1 schedule still in effect, arriving at CBU 8:30pm.

CB Transit notice

Monday, January 28, 2019 

Additional times added to several routes, as well as changes to Saturday schedules.

Changes are now in effect.
New Saturday times start on February 2nd.

 Updated schedules on CBRM website: http://cbrm.ns.ca/transit

SUMMARY OF CHANGES:

  • Route 1 - CBU Express (from Dorchester to CBU & back) will have 4 buses continuously throughout the morning, and also now 4 buses in the evening (up from 3 buses). Continuing the 15-20 minute intervals. Regular route 1 timetable remains the same. 
  • Route 5 - Additional times added. Saturday timelines have changed.  
  • Route 9 - Additional times added. Saturday timelines have changed.  
  • Route 10/13 - Changes to Saturday timelines

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