East Hants

A page for some East Hants news.

From the Firehouse – April 2020

MILFORD: The number of calls were down in the month of April for many local fire departments, mostly due to changes in responses to medical assists because of COVID19.

Province issues Accelerated Internet Projects update

ELMSDALE: High-speed internet is heading to many in the Elmsdale area as part of the Accelerated Internet Project program from the province. In an update on May 11, the...

Schools won’t return this year in N.S; last online teaching day June 5

HALIFAX: What many thought as the worst kept secret was confirmed on May 8 by Premier Stephen McNeil and it's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Robert Strang. Many...

East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce weekly update – May 9

Government Updates On May 5th the federal government announced a $252 million emergency aid package for the agriculture industry to help farmers and food processors safely navigate the pandemic.  $77...

Statement from the family of Enfield RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson

ENFIELD: The family of Const. Heidi Stevenson issued a statement, through N.S. RCMP, on May 6. "The Stevenson family would like to thank our community, the province of Nova...

East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce Weekly Update

APRIL 30, 2020 Federal government announces rent assistance program detailsGovernment of Canada announced Friday that the federal government has reached an agreement with all provinces and territories to...

Lantz’s Campbell signs with Belgian hockey team Liege Bulldogs

LANTZ: A hockey player from Lantz is getting a fresh start in a new city playing the sport he loves. In late April it was announced that Kyle Campbell,...

Nurses’ simple gesture turns into tribute for N.S. shooting victims

ENFIELD: Some of Nova Scotia’s frontline workers unknowingly paid it forward thanks to a thoughtful gesture from a creative local woman from Enfield. Ann MacLean, a nurse in the...

Snowbirds flyover impresses crowd in Elmsdale, Shubenacadie

ELMSDALE: It was very evident what the visit from the Canadian Forces Snowbirds meant to many as COVID19 along with the events of the past couple of weeks put a damper on...

Provincial parks, trails allowed to reopen; Sport-fishing, gardening permitted

HRM: The province has announced the easing of some restrictions related to the health orders around COVID19. At their COVID19 briefing on May 1, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr....
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