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Public asked to defend against hate, discrimination: N.S. Human Rights Director

HALIFAX: The following is a statement from Joseph Fraser, Director and CEO of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is deeply concerned about a rise in hate against the...

N.S. AG: Strong leadership, commitment from community required to keep school violence in check

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia's Auditor General said it will take strong leadership and community commitment to ensure safe learning environments in Nova Scotia schools after years of pervasive school violence in a new report. To get...

Statement from N.S. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister on N.S. AG report on...

HALIFAX: The following is a statement from Becky Druhan, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, on Auditor General’s Report on Preventing, Addressing School Violence. Everyone deserves to feel safe, and nowhere is a feeling...

Turf field gets boost from Fall River business

FALL RIVER: A Fall River business has helped the HRM Northern Suburban Turf field committee get so close to a touchdown they can taste it. My Own Path, Health and Wellness owner Julianno Scaglione donated...

Disturbance in Timberlea leads to three charged with firearm offences

TIMBERLEA: RCMP Halifax Regional Detachment has charged three people with firearms offences following a disturbance in Timberlea. Const. Mitch Thompson said that on June 6, just after midnight, officers from the RCMP Halifax Regional Detachment...

Indigenous Artist Syliboy partners with East Hants for creation of Mi’kmaw art installations

ELMSDALE: The Municipality of East Hants (MEH) is proud to announce the official kick-off event for a meaningful project by local artist Quentin Syliboy. Funded through the Canada Council for the Arts, Syliboy will...

Cole Harbour man charged with murder

COLE HARBOUR: A 76-year-old Cole Harbour man is facing charges of murder after calling police himself on June 9. Police say that at 4;16 p.m., a man called RCMP Halifax Regional Detachment to report he...

Learn about what’s coming up this summer at the Waverley Community Association AGM

WAVERLEY: Residents of Waverley will have the opportunity to learn more about their community on June 17. The Waverley Community Association (WCA), a non-profit volunteer community organization, will be holding their Annual General Meeting that...

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Happy to be a role model for young girls as a firefighter

Lockview students learn lots about firefighting during 10-week coop placement MAIN PHOTO: Jack Meisner and Fiona Day work on cutting the car apart at Elmsdale fire with assistance from Enfield firefighters. (Dagley Media photo) ELMSDALE: A...

LWFRA holding AGM on June 18

FALL RIVER/WINDSOR JUNCTION: The yearly Annual General Meeting on a local non-profit organization is scheduled for eight days from today (June 10). The LWF Ratepayers Association will hold their AGM on June 18. It will...
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