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  • 07 Oct 2016 4:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Pipe Line in the area of the rifle range were the pipe line crosses the Old Guysborough Rd. will be close to all traffic until further notice

  • 29 Sep 2016 1:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Marine Riders ATV Club have reported that the Gater Pit Bridge has collapsed.

  • 29 Sep 2016 1:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Long Lake Loggers will be starting the bush mowing  on Monday Aug 22.  Riders should be aware that for the next month or so they may meet a tractor doing bush mowing on the roads on Crown Land in the area indicated on the map.  Please use caution when riding in this area. This is the former Bowater land close to Ellershouse and the HWY 101. Thanks.

  • 29 Sep 2016 1:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Department of Natural Resources
    August 17, 2016 2:00 PM

    Restrictions on travel and activities within the woods announced last week have been lifted for mainland Nova Scotia. Travel restrictions for Cape Breton were lifted on August 15.

    "After plenty of hard work by firefighters and the good fortune of rainfall, we are now able to safely open the woods to travel," said Natural Resources Minister Lloyd Hines. "I want to thank Nova Scotians again for their co-operation and understanding while these restrictions were in place.

    "I realize it has been a challenging week and we are very appreciative of the patience and concern people have demonstrated across the province."

    Due to the amount of rainfall, burning restrictions have also been lifted across the province. It is now safe to have a campfire or burn brush. However, all fires must be completely extinguished by 8 a.m. People are able to enjoy the woods and trails, but are encouraged to take necessary precautions, and to check the burning restrictions map at http://www.novascotia.ca/burnsafe

    The section of Trunk 8 near Maitland Bridge, Annapolis Co., that has been closed since last week is now open but drivers are advised to be aware of emergency vehicles still along the highway.

    The province will continue to provide updates until the remaining wildfires that are being patrolled are out. Updates can be found at http://www.novascotia.ca/nsfire.

  • 29 Sep 2016 1:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia (ATVANS) and New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation (NBATVF) are pleased to announce that they have reached a reciprocal agreement to recognize each other’s trail permit/membership making travel in each jurisdiction easier and less expensive.

    This cross border partnership is a result of strong relationships formed by each association through membership in the All-terrain Quad Council of Canada (AQCC) and recognises the will of our clubs and members to strive to be great friends, neighbours and partners.  This agreement has been in discussion for some time.  This agreement started as an idea at meetings held between staff and president of both associations over 4 years ago in Fredericton New Brunswick.  Past president of ATVANS, the late Roger Mailman would be very happy to see this idea has finally reached agreement.

    The agreement allows each association to recognize the permit/membership of the other, however, members/permit holders are required to follow all provincial rules and regulations along with any provincial land use stipulations and policies.

    “Our provincial rider federations have always worked closely together through our involvement in AQCC” said Roger Daigle President of NBATVF. This historic agreement will promote economic activity in each jurisdiction and help grow the sport of ATVing in our region.

    “As current president of ATVANS and Interim-President AQCC   I am very pleased that members in both provinces will benefit from this historic agreement.” Said Vince Sawler President of ATVANS & AQCC

    A photo opportunity will be planned at the border in the near future.

    Contact information for ATVANS and NBATVF

    Jacques Poirier

    General Manager / Directeur Général
    New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation Inc.
    Fédération des Véhicules Tout-Terrain du Nouveau-Brunswick

    1925 Hanwell Rd. Unit C
    Hanwell, New Brunswick   E3C 1M4
    Toll free number / Sans frais: 1-888-847-1100
    Direct Line / Ligne directe: 1-506-472-5130
    Fax: 1-506-472-5140
    Cell: 1-506-476-0739
    Email / Courriel: jacques.poirier@nbatving.com

    Barry Barnet

    Executive Director
    All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia

    PO Box 46020 Novalea RPO
    Halifax, NS  B3k 5V8
    Toll Free: 1-877-288-4244
    Cell: 1-902-402-2728
    Home: 1-902-864-8666
    E-mail: execdirector@atvans.org

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