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No need for Nova Scotians to be overly concerned about coronavirus says chief medical officer

No need for Nova Scotians to be overly concerned about coronavirus says chief medical officer

Dr. Robert Strang says he's getting daily updates with the latest information
Possible sale of Crown-owned coastal area in Nova Scotia raises concern

Possible sale of Crown-owned coastal area in Nova Scotia raises concern

The 285-hectare area of coastal barrens and wetlands known as Owls Head was quietly removed from a government list of lands awaiting legal protection last March
Reminder to retailers about discrimination not linked to Walmart incident says human rights commission

Reminder to retailers about discrimination not linked to Walmart incident says human rights commission

'The commission has received a number of inquiries related to consumer racial profiling over the past several months,' says commission spokesman Jeff Overmars
RCMP look for man last seen in Lower Sackville

RCMP look for man last seen in Lower Sackville

Gerard McDougall was last seen walking along Cobequid Rd. at around 12:30 a.m. this morning
African Heritage Month poster unveiled

African Heritage Month poster unveiled

The Ties that Bind: Faith, Family and Community features a three-fold knot in the shape of a heart
CFL to stage regular-season contest in Halifax

CFL to stage regular-season contest in Halifax

A CFL source says the contest will be played July 25 at Huskies Stadium at Saint Mary’s University
Man turns self in after armed gas station robbery in Clayton Park

Man turns self in after armed gas station robbery in Clayton Park

Police were called to the Irving at Lacewood Dr. and Willett St. at around 3 a.m. Sunday
What happens when you call Crime Stoppers?

What happens when you call Crime Stoppers?

Since it's launch in 1987, Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers has fielded over 300,000 calls, cleared 7,500 cases and paid out around $312,000 in cash rewards
Halifax RCMP charges eleven drivers with alcohol related offences over the weekend

Halifax RCMP charges eleven drivers with alcohol related offences over the weekend

Eleven drivers is several times the normal weekend average for alcohol driving offences
Out of the Cold emergency shelter relocating due to burst pipe

Out of the Cold emergency shelter relocating due to burst pipe

The Out of the Cold emergency shelter is likely closed for at least a month after a pipe burst, and flooded their building
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