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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....

Public Health holding school immunization clinics to catch-up Grade 7 students from 2019-2020

NSHA release HRM: Grade 7 students from the 2019-2020 school year will be able to get up-to-date on immunizations at clinics hosted by Public Health in July and August. The second round of clinics for...

Jenn Casey, Abbigail Cowbrough, Const. Heidi Stevenson named to Canada’s Top 100 Powerful Women...

EAST HANTS: Women of courage, a corporate executive, a deputy minister and a journeyperson are Nova Scotians named in this year's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada by the Women's Executive Network (WXN).Premier...

Province reduces burden on ride hailing services

HALIFAX: Nova Scotians want more choices when it comes to local transportation, and the province of N.S. is giving them that announcing Sept. 24 that it will be reducing costs and administrative burdens for...

9Round announces closure of Fall River, Halifax locations

FALL RIVER: The owners of a local fitness business, with locations in Halifax and Fall River, has announced they’re closing both businesses permanently. The news was issued in a release from 9 Round owners Mike...

COVID19: N.S. reports one death, two new cases

EAST HANTS/HRM: As of today, Aug. 23, Nova Scotia has seven active cases of COVID-19. Two new cases were identified on Saturday, Aug. 22. Nova Scotia is reporting one additional death related to COVID-19, bringing...

Retired volunteer firefighters honoured with new license plate

EAST HANTS/HALIFAX: The province introduced new recognition for retired volunteer firefighters and ground search and rescue members on Feb. 4.A special licence plate will be available to retired volunteer firefighters and ground search and...

Kindness is contagious at Smokey Drive Elementary

LOWER SACKVILLE: The kindness bug has hit one Lower Sackville Grade 5 class—and it spread throughout their school. Without a Christmas concert to bring the school community together, and classes at Smokey Drive Elementary School...

Police arrest eight for impaired driving in 24 hour span

HALIFAX: Halifax District RCMP has arrested eight people in one day for alcohol-related offences on December 5, the National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day.Four people were arrested with alcohol-impaired driving and four people were issued...

COVID19: 17 new cases reported Dec. 2

HRM: As of today, Dec. 2, Nova Scotia has 127 active cases of COVID-19. Seventeen new cases were identified Tuesday, Dec. 1.Sixteen of the new cases are in Central Zone, including the case connected...
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