Saturday, December 5, 2020
HALIFAX: Although Nova Scotia continues record few new cases of COVID-19, the premier is cautious about opening up to other Atlantic provinces. “The weeks though are critical,” Premier Stephen McNeil said. “We are testing...
HALIFAX: Before it extended the state of emergency, the provincial government announced an investment in start-up businesses. On June 12, the province announced it is renewing the state of emergency until noon on Sunday,...
HALIFAX: Visits can now resume at some care facilities in Nova Scotia, but with restrictions. On June 10, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, announced the easing of...
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...
HALIFAX: Although Nova Scotians were promised an earlier start date, licensed child care centres and family daycare home are re-opening on June 15. During a briefing on June 2, Premier Stephen McNeil and chief...
ANTIGONISH: Hitting the links this summer is going to feel slightly different as golfers will be required to follow health and safety requirements as they play their rounds this summer in the midst of the novel coronavirus...
ANTIGONISH: With other post-secondary institutions across the province already announcing their decision to fully transition to on-line learning for the upcoming fall semester, StFX University is preparing for students to be back on campus and classes to...
PAQTNKEK: Across Canada there are 216 cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reported among First Nations living on-reserve, however there hasn’t been any positive tests to date in Nova Scotia, or any of the other Maritime provinces.
HALIFAX: On the day Nova Scotia recorded its first day with no new cases of COVID-19 and 11 weeks after the province identified its first case, the province announced the lifting of more public health restrictions.
HALIFAX: National park sites in the Strait area have restarted and the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) confirmed the resumption of programs, services and procedures. Starting June 1, the St. Peters Canal National Historic...




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