Thursday, September 16, 2021
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town officials are projecting a $100,000 loss in revenue for the month of April, and in a “best case scenario,” a total of $300,000 in losses over the next six months. Outlining current and...
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...
HALIFAX: Students, teachers and staff could be returning to schools across the province by May. Premier Stephen McNeil announced plans today to support ongoing student learning as Nova Scotians deal with COVID-19. Following...
HALIFAX: The provincial government has extended the state of emergency to next month. The provincial cabinet met on April 16 by teleconference and agreed to ask the Lieutenant Governor to extend the order for another two weeks...
HALIFAX: The provincial and federal governments continue to scramble to contain the economic damage from COVID-19, and Canada Post is announcing some changes as the pandemic continues. On April 24, the province said the COVID-19 Small Business...
STRAIT AREA: With fears surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic spreading even more quickly than the virus, a great number of sports events across the province have been cancelled – and the effect is certainly felt locally. As of last...
ARICHAT: The Municipality of the County of Richmond has decided on a number of measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. During a special emergency meeting this afternoon in Arichat, Richmond Municipal Council decided to postpone all municipal...
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...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A new list of businesses were told to cease operations and Nova Scotia hospitals directed to close their doors to most visitors. “That’s something that we all need to do, is that physical distancing,” Dr....
OTTAWA: Standing outside Rideau Cottage in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on March 18 several economic measures aimed at easing the financial strain on Canadians as a result of hardships resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The...




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