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RCMP provide update into mass shooting investigation

Police decals for cruiser made without business owners permission DARTMOUTH: The Nova Scotia RCMP continues to investigate the incidents of April 18 and 19, an operation that has been...

Dexter Nova Alliance awarded Hwy 104 twinning project by province; work starts in June

WAVERLEY: A local company is one of two who has been awarded the contract by the province for the twinning of a dangerous section of a Nova Scotia highway between Pictou County...

And the winners are … Atlantic Journalism Awards announce 2019 recipients

HALIFAX: The Atlantic Journalism Awards (AJAs) announced on May 8 the recipients of the gold and silver awards from their 2019 competition.“Despite having to cancel the gala awards night due to Coronavirus,...

Schools won’t return this year in N.S; last online teaching day June 5

HALIFAX: What many thought as the worst kept secret was confirmed on May 8 by Premier Stephen McNeil and it's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Robert Strang. Many...

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...

RCMP release COVID19 enforcement statistics since May 5

DARTMOUTH: Since May 5, Nova Scotia RCMP has charged 6 people for offences under the Nova Scotia Health Protection and Emergency Management Acts. To date, the RCMP has...

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...

Nurses’ simple gesture turns into tribute for N.S. shooting victims

ENFIELD: Some of Nova Scotia’s frontline workers unknowingly paid it forward thanks to a thoughtful gesture from a creative local woman from Enfield. Ann MacLean, a nurse in the...

Lions Xmas Express launches food drive in support of families impacted by COVID19

FALL RIVER: It might not be Christmas time, but the Fall River Lions Christmas Express is stepping up to help those struggling due to the COVID19 pandemic. In a...

Provincial parks, trails allowed to reopen; Sport-fishing, gardening permitted

HRM: The province has announced the easing of some restrictions related to the health orders around COVID19. At their COVID19 briefing on May 1, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr....
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