Saturday, December 5, 2020
HALIFAX: Front-line workers in every public and private long-term care home, residential care facility and home-care agency across the province will now be expected to wear masks to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Distribution to workers began over the...
HALIFAX: Schools are open this week to teachers, staff and by appointment only.After consulting with the province’s Chief Medical Officer, as well as the Regional Education Centres, the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial, the Public School Administrators Association...
STRAIT AREA: With deaths now confirmed and the number of cases of COVID-19 continuing to rise, the provincial and federal governments promised more help. During an update on April 9, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr....
STRAIT AREA: Although some do not agree, federal and provincial officials have deemed the fishery an essential service and they want it to continue. Lobster fishermen around the Strait area are debating whether to return to the...
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: Local plans to celebrate graduation under strict public health measures have been accepted by provincial officials. “Thousands of high school graduates are also preparing for new beginnings,” Premier Stephen McNeil said on the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The town is taking precautions to protect public health in view of the daily and changing news and government direction concerning the Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19). All tow council meetings and...
HALIFAX: As the COVID-19 curve flattens, the provincial government announced that more businesses and services can re-open to the public later this month. On May 27, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief...
HALIFAX: As schools partially re-opened, the province, Canada Post, the RCMP, and a local municipality established guidelines for dealing with the global COVID-19 pandemic. After consulting with the province’s Chief Medical Officer, as well as the Regional Education Centres,...
ANTIGONISH: With the holiday season just around the corner, two local events that usually ring true with festive spirit have been cancelled in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Town of Antigonish has...




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