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N.S. investing $25 million to increase affordable housing

HALIFAX: Infrastructure and Housing Minister Geoff MacLellan announced today, July 6, the province will invest $25 million to address immediate investments recommended by the Nova Scotia Affordable Housing Commission to increase affordable housing.This investment...

Station 45 volunteers donate to Lions Xmas Express

FALL RIVER: Volunteer firefighters with Station 45 Fall River are giving a little extra cheer this holiday season to those less fortunate in the community. The volunteer firefighters each chipped in with some donations for...

COVID19; Two new cases reported; active cases up to 15

HRM: As of today, Nov. 2, Nova Scotia has 15 active cases of COVID-19. Two new cases were identified Sunday, Nov. 1. The new cases are related to travel outside of Atlantic Canada. One is...

Pet of the Week – July 16, 2021

Here is our Pet of the Week for July 16, 2021 as selected by a random computerized draw. The other pets that were submitted will be included in the draw for next week, and the...

N.S. Premier names three ministers to focus on health care; mental health; seniors’ care

HALIFAX: Premier Tim Houston has given three cabinet members responsibility to deliver on his vision to fix the issues in health care, mental health and seniors' care.Michelle Thompson (Health and Wellness), Brian Comer (Mental...

Health of rural Nova Scotians to improve thanks to new institute, province says

From a press release ANTIGONISH: A new research institute at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish will help improve the health of rural Nova Scotians by focusing on the root causes of poor health and...

Passenger traffic at HSIA hits 50-year low in 2020

HIAA Calls on Federal Government to Provide Financial Support,Implement National Health Strategy for Air Sector Recovery ENFIELD: Walking through Halifax Stanfield these days feels a bit like you’ve stumbled onto the set of a post-apocalyptic...

Fall Legislative session wraps up with little improvement, NDP says

From a press release by the NS NDP HALIFAX: The NDP in Nova Scotia say that Nova Scotians aren’t better off after four weeks of the fall sitting of the Nova Scotia legislature. While Premier...

Gold Rush Days cancelled due to COVID19

WAVERLEY: The committee for Waverley Gold Rush Days have made the tough decision to cancel the annual event, held the second weekend of September. In an Aug. 24 post on the Waverley Village Green Facebook...

Robertson “overwhelmed” with community support

FALL RIVER: Jeff Morrison was true to his word. The Fall River man said he would shave off his beard of 22 years if he could raise $1,000 in support of fellow Fall River resident...
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