Four people arrested following separate vehicle stops in Antigonish and Inverness counties are scheduled to return to court in April.
RCMP say tips from members of the public led to the stops in Waycobah and Aulds Cove in November.
They say officers seized a firearm, oxycodone and drug paraphernalia in Waycobah; Theodore Basque, 45, and Doris Gould, 28, face trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking charges.
Their case opened in court in December; they were expected for election-and-plea in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court Wednesday.
Instead, the hearing was adjourned until April 4; it was also adjourned in February.
Police say they seized dexamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in Aulds Cove; Logan Brophy, 24, and Kristin Smith, 25, from Frankville face possession charges.
The case against Brophy and Smith opened in court in December; they were scheduled for election-and-plea hearings in Antigonish Provincial Court Wednesday.
Instead, they were adjourned until April 18; they were also adjourned in January.