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WMES honours veterans with outdoors Remembrance Day display

WAVERLEY: While COVID19 may have halted any in-school Remembrance Day assembly, the students at Waverley Memorial made sure the Veterans in and around their community know they honour and are thinking of them, and...

Becky’s Daycare presents special Poppy to Waverley Legion

WAVERLEY: An annual tradition continued on a sunny Tuesday morning, Nov. 10, in Waverley. Children from Becky's Daycare, led by their two teachers, made the walk from their Rocky Lake Drive location down along the...

Poppy campaign gets boost from Fall River Lions

WAVERLEY: The Poppy Campaign at the Waverley Legion has received a boost to it's annual campaign this year. With COVID19 limiting things and restricting where legions, like the Waverley Legion, can setup and sell poppies...

Statement from Premier McNeil on Remembrance Day

Tomorrow, as we do every year, Nova Scotians will thank and honour those who have served, and continue to serve, for protecting the rights and freedoms we enjoy today.Our Remembrance Day events will look...

COVID19: Three new cases; total active cases up to 18

HRM: As of today, Nov. 10, Nova Scotia has 18 active cases of COVID-19. Three new cases were identified Monday, Nov. 9. The new cases are in the Central Zone. One case is related to...

Residents voice concern over HRM Fire’s decision to cut payments to Enfield fire

ENFIELD: As of Jan. 1, 2021, residents in the Enfield, HRM and Oldham areas could have to rely on fire response from Station 45 Fall River, almost 20 kilometres away. Currently, fire response is from...

Mama Bear Runners holding virtual run in support of EHFRC

EAST HANTS: A local group of moms will be holding a family-friendly run this November and December in support of the East Hants Family Resource Centre. The Mama Bear Runners run is full in-person, so...

Stricter self-isolation requirements for non-essential travel

HRM: With cases of COVID-19 rising, there are new self-isolation requirements for people hosting travellers from outside the Atlantic bubble. Effective today, Nov. 9, if a person travelling for non-essential reasons enters Nova Scotia from...

COVID19: One new case announced

HALIFAX: As of today, Nov. 9, Nova Scotia has 16 active cases of COVID-19. One new case was identified Sunday, Nov. 8. The new case is in the Central Zone and is a close contact...

Virtual Christmas tree lighting set for Nov. 28

Annual FRABA-sponsored Christmas tradition to be livestreamed on The Laker's FB page FALL RIVER: Christmas will look a bit different in the COVID19 era, and that includes the traditional Fall River and Area Business Association...
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