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NEW: Fourteen new COVID19 cases

HRM: As of today, April 3, Nova Scotia has 207 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Fourteen new cases were identified Thursday, April 2 and almost 900 COVID-19 tests were completed at the QEII Health Sciences...

RCMP seek Lower Sackville man on province-wide warrant

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax District RCMP has obtained a warrant for the arrest of a man who has been charged with a number of offences that originated on July 19, 2019 in Lower Sackville. Richard Joseph...

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 Self-quarantine or Self-isolate after returning from...

Beaver Bank teens get creative to “game away” COVID19 boredom

BEAVER BANK: The longer there’s been no school and self-isolation dragged on due to the COVID19 pandemic and the State of Emergency put in place in N.S., the more bored two Beaver Bank teens...

NEW: 20 new COVID19 cases; NSHA issues advisory; province seeks SOE extension

HRM: As of today, April 2, Nova Scotia has 193 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Twenty new cases were identified Wednesday, April 1, and 900 COVID-19 tests were completed at the QEII Health Sciences Centre's...

Organizers make “hard decision” to cancel East Hants Tidefest 2020 due to COVID19 concerns

ELMSDALE: Organizers with East Hants Tidefest 2020 announce on April 1 that they have made the hard decision to cancel the 2020 event due to COVID19. In a release, Rod Dickie, on behalf of Come...

NEW: Additional Magnolia employee tests positive for COVID19; 26 new cases announced

ENFIELD: An additional employee from the Magnolia Continuing Care facility in Enfield is among the 26 new positive COVID19 cases announced by the province on April 1. As of today, April 1, Nova Scotia has...

Students talent on display at Showcase 2020 at GPV

FALL RIVER: The talents of the students at Georges P. Vanier Junior High were on full display during the school's annual Showcase 202, held before the March Break. Students performed musical shows; a magic show;...

COVID19: Local Fall River-area athletes in U.S. describe reaction, impact to pandemic

FALL RIVER: The magnitude of the COVID19 pandemic was initially “laughed off” by athletes at the University of Florida, said a Fletchers Lake soccer star who is in her first year as a Gator. Sydney...

N.S RCMP warn those who threaten to contaminate officers with COVID19 could face charges

DARTMOUTH: Members of the Nova Scotia RCMP have reported being threatened in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic. In the past several days, RCMP officers have reported being threatened to be...
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