New Glasgow

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New Glasgow,

town (1991 pop. 4,134), N N.S., Canada, on East River. It is an industrial town located in a coal region. Steel products and machinery are manufactured, and there is a large pulp mill nearby.
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Desmond was a successful Nova Scotia businesswoman who in 1946 was jailed, convicted and fined for refusing to leave a whites-only area of a movie theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.
ROB Harley has signed a new Glasgow contract just days after breaking the club's appearance record.
A Maxxium spokesperson said: "The company wants all its staff to join the new Glasgow HQ and will work closely with all those affected throughout the consultation.
Prices at this new Glasgow southside development start from PS151,000.
Now the little stray, doomed to Now the little stray, doomed to scavenge for scraps on the streets of scavenge for scraps on the streets of the Greek holiday island, is happily the Greek holiday island, is happily settled in his new Glasgow home with settled in his new Glasgow home with Guy and partner Debbie .
The 27-year-old is the organist and choir director at First Presbyterian, New Glasgow.
Right: Alistair Buchanan, Ofgem (second right) officially opens Smarter Grid Solutions' new Glasgow head office with Smarter Grid co-founders (l-r) Graham Ault, Bob Currie and Alan Gooding.
The New Glasgow Lobster restaurant in Prince Edward Island announced the happy event on Facebook.
Independent private client investment manager, Brewin Dolphin, has said that it has named Stephen Martin as the firm's new Glasgow office head.
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada, sat idle for almost 11 months before its furnaces fired up again in November.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 19, 2011-Canadian Government provides CAD30,000 for emergency communications equipment in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Newcastle-based TempTeam's new Glasgow office aims to lead the growing business the firm is winning in Scotland supplying both temporary and permanent staff to industries including electricians, call centre staff and distribution workers.