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RCMP says fishing vessel that sank last month off Nova Scotia located in deep water

RCMP says fishing vessel that sank last month off Nova Scotia located in deep water

HILLSBURN, N.S. — RCMP says it has located a scallop dragger that sank off the coast of southwestern Nova Scotia last month and led to the loss of six fishermen.
Expert weighs on what needs to change to enable better aging in Canada

Expert weighs on what needs to change to enable better aging in Canada

Substantial change to Canada’s long-term support service systems is long overdue, expert says
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Celebrate the little things
Potential COVID exposure on two flights

Potential COVID exposure on two flights

Anyone who was on the following flights in the specified rows and seats is asked to continue to self-isolate and immediately book a COVID-19 test
Tips from experts on how to endure until the coronavirus pandemic ends

Tips from experts on how to endure until the coronavirus pandemic ends

Even though some people are being vaccinated for COVID-19 vaccines, most of us will need to deal with the stress of the pandemic for months to come
Police investigate possible weapons matter in Halifax, Dartmouth

Police investigate possible weapons matter in Halifax, Dartmouth

A person reported seeing someone in a black car shoot at another black car on Highway 111 this afternoon
Strang urges post-secondary students to continue hard work against COVID-19

Strang urges post-secondary students to continue hard work against COVID-19

While more students arrive in Nova Scotia next week, Strang said he's 'very pleased' with reports from public health and the university communities
Nova Scotia reports 4 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday

Nova Scotia reports 4 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday

The province's newest cases are in the Eastern and Central zones
Wind warning and rainfall warning now in effect for Halifax area <b>(update)</b>

Wind warning and rainfall warning now in effect for Halifax area (update)

Environment Canada says the rain should start falling Saturday evening
Nova Scotia jails will get vaccines when supply is 'much greater': Dr. Strang

Nova Scotia jails will get vaccines when supply is 'much greater': Dr. Strang

Dr. Robert Strang said health workers and residents of long-term care homes will be vaccinated first in the weeks to come, adding that the next rollout will be targeted at older citizens
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