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Construction taking place on Cow Bay and Dyke roads

Construction taking place on Cow Bay and Dyke roads

Crews will be onsite on Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Police charge man and woman for break and enters

Police charge man and woman for break and enters

A man and woman have been charged in relation to two break and enters that happened in July
Some local activists still skeptical over N.S. Premier's apology for systemic racism

Some local activists still skeptical over N.S. Premier's apology for systemic racism

Raymond Sheppard says it's 'suspect' why the premier is doing this now
Rogers collaborates with Ojibwe artist, helps raise $100K for Orange Shirt Society

Rogers collaborates with Ojibwe artist, helps raise $100K for Orange Shirt Society

The Orange Shirt Society is an Indigenous non-profit that raises awareness about Canada's residential school system and the impact it has left on generations of Indigenous Peoples across the country
Nova Scotia reports one new case of COVID-19

Nova Scotia reports one new case of COVID-19

There are currently two active cases in the province
Kousoulis first candidate to join Nova Scotia Liberal leadership race

Kousoulis first candidate to join Nova Scotia Liberal leadership race

HALIFAX — The contest to replace Stephen McNeil as leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal party and premier officially has a candidate. Labi Kousoulis, the minister of labour and advanced education, launched his candidacy today in Halifax.
Two dead in crash in Hants County, N.S., overnight: RCMP

Two dead in crash in Hants County, N.S., overnight: RCMP

RCMP say another driver called police about a vehicle in a deep ditch
NSTU President warns many Nova Scotia classrooms unprepared for COVID-19 second wave

NSTU President warns many Nova Scotia classrooms unprepared for COVID-19 second wave

Paul Wozney says despite no cases being reported in classrooms Tuesday, a better plan needs to be in place for the long term
On the front lines as COVID-19 surges in Ontario

On the front lines as COVID-19 surges in Ontario

Cases are increasing exponentially. Hospital admissions are beginning to follow them. The doctors who oversee ICUs are nervous. And the public is looking for clear rules they can follow—only those seem to vary by public health unit. - Dr.
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