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Touching tribute paid to RCMP Const. Stevenson, victims of tragedy

ENFIELD: Members of the RCMP and the community gathered on Friday afternoon April 24 to pay respects to a local RCMP officer who was among the 22 victims of last weekend’s mass...

Remembering Const. Heidi: Friends reminisce about Enfield RCMP officer

ENFIELD: The Enfield RCMP officer who was tragically killed in the line of duty by a gunman on the loose on April 19 is being remembered for the “smile that lit up...

Community mourns Const. Stevenson’s death in mass killing

ENFIELD: A simple need to show respect in some form to fallen Enfield RCMP Const. Heidi Stevenson led to an outpouring of support more than Andy Doughty could have imagined.

Remarks from the Commanding Officer, Assistant Commissioner Lee Bergerman

DARTMOUTH: Here are remarks released by N.S. RCMP on April 22 from the Commanding Officer, Assistant Commissioner Lee Bergerman. It is regarding the mass killing which left...

Statement by RCMP Criminal Operations Officer, Chief Superintendent Chris Leather

DARTMOUTH: Here is the statement RCMP released from RCMP Criminal Operations Officer, Chief Superintendent Chris Leather on April 22 regarding the investigation into the tragic events of April 18-19.

RCMP charge 27 during COVID19 enforcement as of April 17

DARTMOUTH: Since April 17, Nova Scotia RCMP has charged 27 people for offences under the Nova Scotia Health Protection and Emergency Management Acts. To date, the RCMP has...

RCMP Const. Chad Morrison welcomed home

LANTZ: Two words. That is all Enfield RCMP officer Const. Chad Morrison had to say to the crowd that came to welcome him home a day after the worst mass killing in...

UPDATED: Enfield RCMP officer killed in line of duty during manhunt for Portapique killer

ENFIELD: An RCMP officer is among the 17 fatalities following a mass shooting that began in Portapique, Colchester County and ended with the gunman being shot dead by police in Enfield, HRM.

NEW: N.S. reporting three more COVID19 deaths at Northwood

HRM: Today, April 18, Nova Scotia is reporting three more deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the total to seven. The deaths occurred Friday, April 17, at the Northwood...

Man charged with stunting on Hwy 102 in Fall River

FALL RIVER: A 30-year-old man has been charged with stunting after being clocked doing 168 km/hr in a marked 110 km/hr zone on Highway 102 in Fall River mid-afternoon on April 16.
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