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Province announces more steps to reopen; gatherings increased to 10

Press Release HALIFAX: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health for Nova Scotia, announced today, May 29, a new gathering limit of 10 and...

Streatch addresses online concern over financial support for LHS, MRHS graduations

FALL RIVER: After some online concerns were posted about Councillor Steve Streatch’s use of money from his district account, he reached out to The Laker News to set the record straight.

RCMP members receiving wellness treatment following N.S. shootings

More than 100 officers responded to rampage; several on leave of absence ENFIELD: The well-being of the Nova Scotia RCMP officers who made the initial response to the rampage...

Police charge four under provincial Health Protection Act

DARTMOUTH: On March 31, Nova Scotia RCMP charged four people under the Health Protection Act, in relation to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Two people were charged for Failing to...

Man charged with aggravated assault in Middle Sackville

MIDDLE SACKVILLE: A 33-year-old man faces charges following an aggravated assault incident on April 7 in Middle Sackville. Halifax District RCMP say they responded at 9:20 p.m. to a...

Links of Love donates N.S. Strong bracelet money to youth mental health

FALL RIVER: Thanks to the support of the community, youth mental health at a Halifax based youth non-profit is getting some additional monetary support. HomeBridge Youth Services was recently...

Statement by RCMP Criminal Operations Officer, Chief Superintendent Chris Leather

DARTMOUTH: Here is the statement RCMP released from RCMP Criminal Operations Officer, Chief Superintendent Chris Leather on April 22 regarding the investigation into the tragic events of April 18-19.

Hammonds Plains man, 25, arrested following head-on collision

HAMMONDS PLAINS: A 25-year-old Hammonds Plains man was arrested by RCMP following a head-on collision on June 7 in the community of Hmamonds Plains. At 5:15 p.m. on...

Road work set for Cobequid Rd. on June 8-9

LAKEVIEW: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that road construction is taking place on Cobequid Road from Windsor Junction Road to Civic 1334, on Monday, June 8 And Tuesday, June 9.Crews...

NEW: five new COVID19 cases; public health confirms one case linked to community transmission

HRM: As of today, March 30, Nova Scotia has 127 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Five new cases were identified yesterday, after more than 600 tests were processed.
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