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The Cape Split trail was heavily damaged July 5 by post-tropical storm Arthur.
An update on the status of the clean-up at Cape Split is coming tomorrow, the province announced July 30.
Natural Resources Minister Zach Churchill and Kings-Hants MP Scott Brison will be at Cape Split Provincial Park July 31. The trail was damaged by post-tropical storm Arthur on July 5 and has been closed ever since.
Repairs to the Kings County landmark began last week, after a local firm, Burton’s Towering Tree Services of Aylesford was awarded the tender for the project. The province said at the time it hoped that work would be completed around Aug. 1.
The public has been asked to stay away from Cape Split while work is underway. Canning firefighters expressed concern earlier this month that hikers were still entering the trail system, despite the warning signs.