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Donated phones help those experiencing intimate partner violence keep connected during pandemic

Donated phones help those experiencing intimate partner violence keep connected during pandemic

Half of the over 20 phones donated by Rogers have already been given to those in need, says the executive director of Bryony House
Northwood outlines protocols for visits with residents

Northwood outlines protocols for visits with residents

Earlier this week, Dr. Robert Strang announced outdoor visits at long-term care homes will be permitted as of Monday, June 15
Only one-third of those working from home think they'll return to the office full-time : poll

Only one-third of those working from home think they'll return to the office full-time : poll

Human resources expert Gerald Walsh says keeping some staff at home can be beneficial to both employees and employers
Almost two-thirds of Canadians believe systemic racism exists in the country: poll

Almost two-thirds of Canadians believe systemic racism exists in the country: poll

The poll found respondents think Muslims, Black people, Transgender and Indigenous people were most likely to experience discrimination with over 75 per cent of Canadians believing they experience discrimination in society
Popular cafe transforms into community grocer to survive pandemic

Popular cafe transforms into community grocer to survive pandemic

PAVIA Gallery-Espresso Bar & Café's business during the height of the pandemic was almost all grocery-related, but since the café component has been resurrected it’s essentially equally divided between the two services
COVID-19 news conferences on hiatus while Strang self-isolates

COVID-19 news conferences on hiatus while Strang self-isolates

Dr. Robert Strang needs to go to New Brunswick for a 'minor surgical procedure'
Outside visits to be allowed at long-term care homes

Outside visits to be allowed at long-term care homes

There will be no more than two visitors at a time, they will be screened for COVID-19 and need to wear a non-medical mask
Members of Dalhousie march on Halifax Common in rally to end racism <b>(3 photos)</b>

Members of Dalhousie march on Halifax Common in rally to end racism (3 photos)

Dozens of attendees carrying signs of solidarity to battle racial injustice and chanted slogans such as 'no justice, no peace'
Baseball returns next week, but it will be different this year

Baseball returns next week, but it will be different this year

It's training only and there will be no sharing of equipment, no group huddles and dugouts will be frequently disinfected
Halifax Regional Police not getting armoured vehicle

Halifax Regional Police not getting armoured vehicle

HRM council votes 16-1 against the purchase
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