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Wellington youth wins Canada-wide music leadership award

WELLINGTON: A young Wellington boy who is quick to volunteer for any musical opportunity” left such a lasting impact on his former music teacher at Holland Road Elementary School that he’s picked...

RCMP celebrate National Police Week

EAST HANTS: This week, the Nova Scotia RCMP is recognizing National Police Week, a public education campaign began back in 1970 as a way for the police to connect with their communities...

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...
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