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Province reports no new cases of COVID-19

Province reports no new cases of COVID-19

Nova Scotia reports one current active case of COVID-19 in the province
Shore Drive Trail in Bedford closing for construction

Shore Drive Trail in Bedford closing for construction

The pedestrian trail is closed from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1
Hockey Nova Scotia seeks responses for new diversity and inclusion survey

Hockey Nova Scotia seeks responses for new diversity and inclusion survey

In response to recent issues of racism and discrimination, the organization wants to hear from people on how to improve the sport
Police investigating robbery at Bluenose Mini Mart

Police investigating robbery at Bluenose Mini Mart

Officers responded to a report of a robbery at the Fairview convenience store on the morning of Sept. 28
Ecology Action Centre hopes Throne Speech focus on clean power ends coal reliance in Nova Scotia

Ecology Action Centre hopes Throne Speech focus on clean power ends coal reliance in Nova Scotia

Part of the speech mentioned moving forward with the Clean Power Fund, and the proposed Atlantic Loop - which will connect surplus clean power to regions to help them get away from coal
Federal Fisheries and Oceans Minister, Sipekne'katik First Nation to meet this week about lobster fishery

Federal Fisheries and Oceans Minister, Sipekne'katik First Nation to meet this week about lobster fishery

Minister Jordan, and Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett issued a statement last week that they won't tolerate vigilante action - that's in reference to 350 Sipekne'katik traps being hauled out of the water
Individual based approach needed in NS long term care homes says CARP spokesperson

Individual based approach needed in NS long term care homes says CARP spokesperson

'Each resident is different and their needs, their frailty and their health is in a different situation,' said Bill VanGorder
Funding for nursing homes at risk if beds not filled

Funding for nursing homes at risk if beds not filled

The province is directing nursing homes to keep no more than 3 per cent of beds empty and anything over that limit could put funding at risk
How are kids coping with Covid-19 and school?

How are kids coping with Covid-19 and school?

If you think that parents are nervous about Back To School, imagine how the kids are feeling. You’re going back to school, or maybe trying to learn from home. You’re not allowed to hang out with your friends except with masks and at a distance,
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