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Older Canadians coping better than younger throughout pandemic: study

Older Canadians coping better than younger throughout pandemic: study

The Canadian Red Cross continues to ask Canadians questions about their mental health, substance use, and the effects of self-isolation
No new cases of COVID-19 for third day in a row

No new cases of COVID-19 for third day in a row

The province currently has three active cases of the virus, all related to travel
Bear spray assault in Dartmouth

Bear spray assault in Dartmouth

A woman is facing 2 charges including assault with a weapon after an incident in Dartmouth on Saturday
Has the pandemic turned back the clock on women's entrepreneurship?

Has the pandemic turned back the clock on women's entrepreneurship?

Female entrepreneurs in Canada have been heavily impacted by the pandemic
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Halifax police deem June 29 incident a homicide

Halifax police deem June 29 incident a homicide

The victim, who died on Saturday, has been identified
Training your body for surgery may improve recovery, reduce complications

Training your body for surgery may improve recovery, reduce complications

Exercise training can improve your physical fitness incrementally in as little as two weeks, making it a viable option for people about to undergo a surgical procedure
Surgery wait list could take 12 to 18 months to work through

Surgery wait list could take 12 to 18 months to work through

When the first wave of COVID ended in Nova Scotia, there were 3,214 people on the wait list for a procedure
Advocates now calling for rent payback plans and grants rather than extending eviction freeze

Advocates now calling for rent payback plans and grants rather than extending eviction freeze

Since the COVID-19 eviction ban ended on June 30, thousands of Nova Scotians in rental arrears are at risk of eviction
Facebook ad boycott continues in Canada but won’t hurt company’s revenue: expert

Facebook ad boycott continues in Canada but won’t hurt company’s revenue: expert

This week more Canadians hopped on the trend of boycotting the purchase of Facebook advertising for one month, including all five of the country’s biggest banks
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