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From the Cruiser – July 11, 2024

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: Over the past week, members of the East Hants RCMP responded to 142 calls for service. Here is a couple of the highlighted calls as provided by Community Policing Officer for...

Labatt’s expands water can production to Halifax brewery

HALIFAX: Labatt Breweries of Canada announced July 12 the expansion of its water can production to Halifax, bolstering its Disaster Relief Program support across Canada. To ensure the ongoing success of this initiative, the...

Youth located deceased following flash flooding in Wolfville

WOLFVILLE: A Wolfville youth has been found deceased after flash flooding in the town and surrounding Kings County communities on July 11. Police said in a release that at approximately 7:40 p.m., Kings District RCMP...

Insulin pump program expands, province announces

HALIFAX: All Nova Scotians living with Type 1 diabetes can now apply for funding to cover the cost of an insulin pump and supplies, the provincial Health and Wellness Minister announced on Friday. The province...

Remains of two from B.C. wash ashore at Sable Island National Park Reserve

SABLE ISLAND NATIONAL PARK: The remains of a 70-year-old man and 60-year-old woman from British Columbia were discovered after a boat washed ashore at Sable Island National Park Reserve. RCMP Cpl. Guillaume Tremblay said that...

Police investigating vehicle theft in East Walton

EAST WALTON: RCMP are investigating the theft of a vehicle from Hwy 215 in East Walton. Const. Preston Burns, with East Hants RCMP, said police were informed of the theft on July 9. The incident took...

N.S. sending fire crew to help at wildfires in B.C.

HALIFAX: The province is sending help to fight large, out-of-control wildfires in Prince George, British Columbia.Twenty firefighters and an agency representative from the Department of Natural Resources and Renewables will leave from Halifax Stanfield...

Houston says speculation on election just that; speaks on HRM mayor’s race; and N.S....

BEAVER BANK: Premier Tim Houston poured water on speculation that there is an impending election during an interview on July 9. The premier was in Beaver Bank as he began a tour July 9 with...

HRM says potential designated tent encampments only to open after require planning completed

HALIFAX: The HRM says that the opening of nine potential designated encampment locations on their list they approved at regional council on July 9 will only happen if conditions are met. In a release on...

ADVERTORIAL: Coming back home: Wilcox joins team at Fall River Law

FALL RIVER: Looking for something closer to home, Tara Wilcox has joined the team of Barb MacLellan and those at Fall River Law as an Associate Lawyer. Wilcox, who grew up in Wellington, initially attended...
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