HALIFAX: Although the provincial government reported no new cases of COVID-19 today, it also extended the state of emergency. The province is renewing the state of emergency to protect the health and safety of...
HALIFAX: The provincial government announced it is investing $750,000 to help start-up businesses seize opportunities emerging from COVID-19. Business incubators Volta, Ignite and the Organization for Nova Scotia Innovation-Driven Enterprise (ONSIDE) will receive funding...
GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: A Guysborough County man facing 24 sex-related charges was in court earlier this week for a show cause hearing. Following a complaint made to Sherbrooke RCMP in May, their investigation involving a...
HALIFAX: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, announced today, the easing of some visitor restrictions in long-term care homes and homes for persons with disabilities . Effective Monday,...
INVERNESS: A woman who was reported missing in the Inverness area was found and is safe. Nova Scotia RCMP said 48-year-old Susan Joan Rollo was last seen in Inverness on June 8.
PORT HAWKESBURY: In the upcoming municipal election in October, the Town of Port Hawkesbury will be implementing electronic voting. During the regular monthly council meeting June 2, councillors approved the first reading of their...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Staff in the Town of Port Hawkesbury have already returned to their offices and are preparing to re-open their municipal offices to the public on June 15. Terry Doyle, the town’s CAO,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Officials in the Town of Port Hawkesbury have held the line on municipal taxes. Council unanimously approved their 2020-21 municipal operating and capital budget during their monthly council meeting June 2.
ARICHAT: Although they were able to maintain tax rates, Richmond County’s new budget includes spending cuts. During a special video conference meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on June 1, councillors approved a $13,769,100 budget...
HALIFAX: Communities will be able to celebrate their 2020 graduates this year, provided they are led by an established organization and follow public health guidelines to ensure celebrations are safe. Dr. Robert Strang, chief...


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