Thursday, October 21, 2021
HALIFAX: More staff will be hired at the COVID-19 assessment centre in Antigonish to accommodate its expansion. During an announcement on October 8, the province confirmed that “most” primary assessment centres around the province...
ANTIGONISH: Offering a sneak peek at how their schools will be operating this academic school year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Strait Regional Centre for Education (SRCE) provided media a tour of Antigonish Education...
ANTIGONISH: As StFX University prepares to begin welcoming students back to campus and the Antigonish community, the school hosted three student information sessions on arrival and their self-isolation . Officials with the university provided...
HALIFAX: Plans by the provincial government to have students, teachers and staff in schools on September 8 received more criticism. During a press conference in Halifax on August 19, union leaders representing teachers, education...
HALIFAX: The province announced changes to its testing strategy for post-secondary students and for those entering Nova Scotia. Premier Stephen McNeil, after consultation with the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced...
HALIFAX: The province’s teacher’s union has problems with plans by the provincial government to re-open schools on September 8. During a media briefing on August 14, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Zack...
INVERNESS: A local craft brewer has announced that its taproom and restaurant has re-opened following a closure triggered by the threat of a possible COVID-19 exposure. Route 19 Brewing closed August 10 for a...
ANTIGONISH: A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been finalized at StFX University in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the introduction of a liability waiver by university officials as an element of their...
Editor's note: The following article was revised from the version which appeared in the July 29 edition of The Reporter. HALIFAX: Although Nova Scotia has gone weeks without new COVID-19 cases, the province renewed...
HALIFAX: The education minister confirmed that students and staff will be back in school in September. On July 22, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, Zack Churchill, along with chief medical officer of...




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