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East Hants: Municipal volunteers recognized – Sharon Fyfe

ELMSDALE: Sharon is a founding member of the Off Leash East Hants Society and took on the role of Treasurer when fundraising efforts began. She actively participates in all fundraising events and helps to...

East Hants: Firefighters honoured with Municipal Long Service Awards

ELMSDALE: Three firefighters from the East Hants communities of Enfield, Elmsdale, and Kennetcook were recognized recently by the Municipality of East Hants with Long Service Awards. Volunteer Fire Departments may nominate a fire services member...

East Hants: Municipal volunteers recognized – Jacki Chandler

ELMSDALE: Please join us in celebrating the Shining Star Awards which is bestowed upon an individual who gives their time and talents freely to the benefit of the residents of the Municipality of East...

Fire Hall Photo contest celebrating 10 years; more than $15k to be won

NS: There’s over $15,000 available with random draws guaranteed in five regions. This is a key opportunity for firefighters to raise money and awareness of their needs—especially with so many fundraising events cancelled due...

COVID19: Five new cases brings N.S. to 11 active; travel outside Atlantic Bubble more...

HRM: Five new cases were identified on Oct. 30 during COVID19 lab testing, moving N.S. active case numbers to double digits for the first time five months, the province announce in a release on...

HRP provide updates on missing person cases

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax Regional Police is providing an update on two missing person cases. In keeping with our practice in relation to cases where we have requested the public’s assistance in locating a missing...

November is Radon month: NSians, Canadians urged to test homes

The following is a release sent by Take Action on Radon to media. Radon Action Month Interactive Event Addresses Canadians’ Most Pressing Questions EAST HANTS/HRM: Radon is an odourless, tasteless, and colourless gas that is the...

COVID19: Two new cases announced Oct. 30; State of Emergency renewed

HALIFAX: The province announced two new cases of COVID19 were identified during testing on Oct. 29. This brings the total active cases of the virus to six in the province, as of Oct. 30. The...

HRM Fire reminds you to change smoke detector batteries when you ‘fall back’

FALL RIVER: Firefighters and fire officials with Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency (HRFE) wishes to remind you to ‘fall back’ tomorrow night before you go to bed. When you turn back your clocks by...

Tuttle named workshop speaker for Wonder Women conference

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A Windsor Junction community volunteer has been announced as one of the workshop speakers at the Wonder Women Conference, presented by BoyneClarke. Marni Tuttle, who just recently finished her term as chairwoman of...
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