Virgin Plus extending the extra 50GB of mobile data for eligible Members in the Atlantic and Îles-de-la-Madeleine region

Virgin Plus Member, check it out.  Via Virgin Plus “As the Virgin Plus team continues efforts on the ground to keep Atlantic Canadians connected and informed, we’re extending the extra 50GB of mobile data for eligible Members in the Atlantic and Îles-de-la-Madeleine region until October 3. For more information, visit https://virginplus.ca.”

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Municipal offices and facilities reopen

**** HRM Media Release Municipal offices and facilities reopen ​ The​ Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that many municipal offices and facilities will reopen on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. However, some municipal sites remain without power therefore residents are advised to call ahead to the respective facility for updates. To view the latest information […]

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NSP SAFETY MESSAGE: HELPING KEEP OUR CUSTOMERS AND CREWS SAFE

**** NSP Release NSP SAFETY MESSAGE: HELPING KEEP OUR CUSTOMERS AND CREWS SAFE The safety of our customers and crews is priority as we continue to work to restore power across the province. Thousands of Nova Scotians have had their every day lives interrupted with damage caused by Hurricane Fiona. It has generated national and […]

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Municipal post-storm update – September 27, 3:30 p.m.

‘*** HRM Media Release Municipal post-storm update – September 27, 3:30 p.m. ​ The​ Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents of the following updates and impacts to municipal services as a result of Hurricane Fiona. Tree waste clearing, catch basins and drop off locations Motorists are reminded to avoid non-essential travel as crews are working […]

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Most students are returning to class at Halifax Regional Centre for Education and Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) schools on Wednesday, September 28

**** CNS Media Release Public Schools Cancellation Update ————————————————————- Most students are returning to class at Halifax Regional Centre for Education and Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) schools on Wednesday, September 28. For schools where classes remain cancelled, Halifax and CSAP staff or principals will communicate with families. Classes are cancelled again Wednesday at schools […]

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Fiona broke many records

**** Info via Environment Canada Fiona broke many records Hurricane Fiona made landfall as a post-tropical cyclone with Category 2 hurricane-strength winds about 30 km southwest of the town of Canso, Nova Scotia, during the early morning of September 24. With a measured sea-level pressure of 932.7 mb, Fiona has the lowest recorded barometric pressure […]

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Evacuation Begins at Cape Breton SPCA Shelter

**** NS SPCA Release View this email in your browser Evacuation Begins at Cape Breton SPCA Shelter Due to the extreme devastation in Cape Breton from Hurricane Fiona, the Nova Scotia SPCA is starting to relocate animals from their shelter on East Broadway. Five dogs and 27 cats will be transported from Cape Breton to […]

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Meteghan RCMP investigating break-in at a church

**** RCMP Media Release Meteghan RCMP investigating break-in at a church Meteghan RCMP are investigating a break-in that occurred at a church on Hwy. 1 in Church Point. On September 18, 2022, Meteghan RCMP responded to a report of a break-in that had occurred at a church on Hwy. 1 in Church Point. RCMP officers […]

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There will be a feee food truck today at the Dartmouth North Community Centre to help provide hot meals

Take note: According to Councillor Tony Mancini, there will be a food truck today at 330pm at the Dartmouth North Community Centre to help provide hot meals to those still without power and the municipality is paying the bill.   The truck will be available while supplies last

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NS POWER HURRICANE FIONA UPDATE: Historic Storm Response Effort

**** NSP Release NS POWER HURRICANE FIONA UPDATE: Historic Storm Response Effort Crews continue to assess damage and restore power to customers across Nova Scotia in what has become the largest mobilization of crews in NS Power’s history. Today there will be more than 1300 people in the field including power line technicians, forestry technicians […]

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