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Age-friendly grant applications now open

EAST HANTS/FALL RIVER: Organizations interested in creating more age-friendly and inclusive communities in Nova Scotia can now apply for project funding. Seniors Minister Leo Glavine...

N.S. to receive $289 million as part of federal-provincial Safe Restart agreement

FALL RIVER: Nova Scotia will receive about $289 million through the federal-provincial-territorial $19 billion Safe Restart Agreement. The funding will be used to protect Nova Scotians from COVID-19...

Province eases more restrictions; increases gathering limits

HRM: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health for Nova Scotia, announced today, June 18, changes to gathering limits given Nova Scotia's low rates of COVID-19."We've now...
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LWFRA puts call out for project applications

FALL RIVER: Community groups and organizations with projects being planned are being encouraged to submit their projects to the Lakeview-Windsor Junction-Fall River Ratepayers Association (LWFRA) for possible funding. Marni ...

RCMP: Talk to your preteens and teens about intimate images, video

https://youtu.be/BgwfX7scXFg WINDSOR JUNCTION/ELMSDALE: As your junior high and high school aged kids settle into a new school year, it's a good time...

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...

Province releases plan for a new normal in N.S. post COVID19

HALIFAX: The provincial government has released what they plan to use to plan for the province’s recovery from COVID-19. The slideshow of the plan is actually a national framework...

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...

Health-care workers get boost of up to $2,000 from new program

HALIFAX: The COVID-19 pandemic has placed extensive demands on front-line health-care workers but the majority did not initially qualify for the federal top-up program. That is why Premier...

COVID19: Two new cases announced; both are related to travel outside Canada

HALIFAX: As of today, July 31, Nova Scotia has two active cases of COVID-19. Two new cases were identified on Thursday, July 30.The new cases are in the Central Zone and are...
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