HALIFAX: Fisheries ministers around the East Coast, as well as the federal fisheries minister, are trying to deal with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. On March 27, federal fisheries minister Bernadette Jordan and provincial counterparts in Quebec, New...
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...
POINT TUPPER: The last major mill in the province has stopped accepting wood deliveries. The decision comes as Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) deals with the declining market and now the added effects from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)...
HALIFAX: Public health officials in the province have determined one COVID-19 case in the province is linked to community spread. While most cases to date have been connected to travel or a known case, public health...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A well-used gas station, store and depot for Maritime Bus is closed as an employee awaits the results of a test for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Leeroy McKinnon, senior specialist in corporate communications with the...
HALIFAX: Twelve new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were identified yesterday. Most are connected to travel or a known case. Public health is working to identify people who may have come in close contact with the...
HALIFAX: An employee at R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home in Antigonish has tested positive for COVID-19. All residents, their families and staff at the facility has been notified. Public Health is continuing to investigate and is working closely...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) is advising of potential public exposures to COVID-19 at a minor hockey tournament in Antigonish. The NSHA’s Public Health Office explained the exposure in question took place on March...
HALIFAX: Seventeen new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were identified yesterday, and most are connected to travel or a known case. None of the new cases are connected to the St. Patrick's Day gathering in Lake...
HALIFAX: The province said it is taking steps to fully prepare for the further spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Premier Stephen McNeil, Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Brendan Carr, president...


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