Potential exposure to COVID-19 at locations in Central, Northern and Eastern Zones and one Halifax Transit bus route correction

**** NSHA Media Release Potential exposure to COVID-19 at locations in Central, Northern and Eastern Zones and one Halifax Transit bus route correction Nova Scotia Health Public Health is advising of potential exposure to COVID-19 at locations in Central, Northern and Eastern Zones and one Halifax Transit bus route correction. In addition to media releases, […]

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In-person Classes to Resume in Halifax Regional Municipality, Sydney

**** EDUCATION Media Release In-person Classes to Resume in Halifax Regional Municipality, Sydney ———————————————————- ———————————————————- In-person classes at public and private schools in Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and Sydney will resume on Thursday, June 3. This decision is based on advice from public health about the province’s improving epidemiology. All public health measures as outlined […]

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17 New Cases of COVID-19, 74 Recoveries

**** HEALTH/WELLNESS Media Release 17 New Cases of COVID-19, 74 Recoveries ———————————————————– Today, May 31, Nova Scotia is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 and 74 recoveries. All the new cases are in Central Zone. There is limited community spread in Central Zone. Eastern, Northern and Western Zones continue to be closely monitored for community […]

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Pictou County District RCMP has charged a 32-year-old New Glasgow man, following an investigation into a shooting in Pictou

**** RCMP Media Release Pictou County District RCMP has charged a 32-year-old New Glasgow man, following an investigation into a shooting in Pictou that left one man injured. On May 24 at approximately 12:27 a.m., the RCMP responded to a call of a shooting at a commercial lodging in Pictou. A 32-year-old man incurred non-life-threatening […]

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The Wharf Rat Rally, an annual gathering on the Digby Waterfront over Labour Day Weekend, has been cancelled for 2021

**** Rally Release The Wharf Rat Rally, an annual gathering on the Digby Waterfront over Labour Day Weekend, has been cancelled for 2021. An event of this size takes nearly a year to plan and organize, and the third wave brought those preparations to a halt. While the provincial plans for reopening announced on Friday, […]

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While out on beat patrol, Officers came in contact with a bird in front of the Police Station that appeared to be injured.

**** Info via Truro Police While out on beat patrol, Officers came in contact with a bird in front of the Police Station that appeared to be injured. CST Germain and CST Lamont collected the injured bird who was later named Pat and brought the bird to the Fundy Vet Clinic. The Clinic informed us […]

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Police issue 30 tickets for speeding and other vehicle offences

**** HRP Media Release Police issue 30 tickets for speeding and other vehicle offences ā€‹ Halifax Regional Police issued 30 tickets for speeding and other motor vehicle-related offences last Friday. ā€‹ Members from the HRP Traffic Unit issued 30 summary offence tickets: 21 for speeding and 9 for other offences including no insurance, expired plates, […]

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Funding for Permanent Supportive, Transitional Housing in Halifax, Annapolis Valley

**** COMMUNITY SERVICES Media Release Funding for Permanent Supportive, Transitional Housing in Halifax, Annapolis Valley —————————————————————- The government of Nova Scotia is providing $6.4 million to create permanent supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness in Halifax and the Annapolis Valley. This is in addition to more than $1 million recently invested in permanent supportive housing […]

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