Wednesday, September 30, 2020
HALIFAX: A report from the Auditor General is calling for the provincial government to improve the identification and management of contaminated sites, including dozens in the Strait area. Acting Auditor General of Nova Scotia,...
Editor's note: The following article was corrected from the version which was published in the July 29 edition of The Reporter. ARICHAT: Island Pharmacy has been nominated in Advocate Media’s “Shine On” campaign.
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...
SYDNEY: The sixth year of the Bras d’Or Watch will be different from previous incarnations. Project manager Jen Cooper explained how it will vary. “We did two different kinds of outreach...
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...
HALIFAX: Local communities and groups helped with the compilation of a study redefining the role of Main Streets. The report, “Nova Scotia Main Street Initiative Community Workbook,” released by the Nova Scotia Federation of...
HALIFAX: Visitor restrictions at Long-Term Care facilities have been eased, and the province announced new rules for wearing face masks in public places. Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of...
HALIFAX: Provincial officials have decided to extend the state of emergency. Last week, the province announced it is renewing the state of emergency to protect the health and safety of Nova Scotians and ensure...
HALIFAX: Women with disabilities experiencing domestic violence are some of the most vulnerable people in Nova Scotia – they are often physically, socially, and geographically isolated. The ‘Not Without Us’ project was created to...




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