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New computers, technology for students due to COVID19

HRM: Government is committed to supporting students and teachers as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves and creates challenges to learning. That is why Nova Scotia will bolster the education system with a $21.5-million investment in...

HRP reminding citizens to follow new COVID19 guidelines

HRM: With COVID-19 cases continuing to spike in recent weeks, Halifax Regional Police reminds people to follow the rules and get educated on the new requirements in parts of the Halifax region, effective today....

Successful season wraps up for RCMP’s Motorcycle Program

HALIFAX: More than 750 summary offence tickets were issued by members of N.S. RCMP's Motorcycle program in a six month span between Yarmouth to Cape Breton, the force says in a release on Nov....

COVID19: 11 new cases announced; total now at 44

HALIFAX: As the province announced 11 new cases bringing its total to 44 as of Nov. 22, the chief medical officer of heaLth for the province said most of these new cases are a...

COVID19: N.S. active cases hits 33 with eight new reported

HRM: As of today, Nov. 21, Nova Scotia has 33 active cases of COVID-19. Eight new cases were identified Friday, Nov. 20. All eight new cases are in Central Zone. Two are connected to...

Porters Lake man charged after cocaine seized in Enfield traffic stop

ENFIELD HRM: A 31-year-old man from Porters Lake has been charged following a stop on Highway 102 in Enfield, HRM on Nov. 19. The seizure of a significant amount of cocaine, valued at close to...

HRM provides update on school facility bookings and arena capacity due to new COVID19...

FALL RIVER: The Halifax Regional Municipality continues to monitor and respond to the rapidly evolving effects of COVID-19, the municipality announced Nov. 20 in a release. School bookings: The municipality coordinates facility bookings for all Halifax...

Gathering limits tightened in HRM, including Enfield and Mount Uniacke

ENFIELD/MOUNT UNIACKE:The communities of Enfield and Mount Uniacke, both in the Central Zone, are among the HRM-area communities where gathering limits have been tightened up, while new province-wide requirements for for full-service restaurants and...

HalifACT 2050: Turning the best laid plan into action

The following is written by freelance journalist Chris Benjamin and submitted to The Laker News by Quest as part of the Powered By Communities communication campaign. HALIFAX: Although she has trouble pinning down a single...

HalifACT 2050: Giving HRM a climate perspective

The following is written by freelance journalist Chris Benjamin and submitted to The Laker News by Quest as part of the Powered By Communities communication campaign. HRM: In January 2019, Halifax City Council declared a...
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