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Lifeguards return to provincial beaches Saturday

Lifeguards return to provincial beaches Saturday

Starting Saturday, June 29, the Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service will have 82 lifeguards supervising 23 beaches in 12 counties
More Canadians report high levels of happiness after age 55: survey

More Canadians report high levels of happiness after age 55: survey

Slightly more participants reported a high level of happiness in the East Coast at 56 per cent
Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre and MSVU partner on university access pilot program

Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre and MSVU partner on university access pilot program

Approximately 15-18 students are expected in the first year
Fundraiser set up after local teen passes away suddenly

Fundraiser set up after local teen passes away suddenly

Thousands of dollars have been raised online to help a local family dealing with an unexpected tragedy
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Beautiful sunny skies today.
NS Tory to keep seat after federal nomination win, despite premier's critique

NS Tory to keep seat after federal nomination win, despite premier's critique

Chris d’Entremont announced he's won the federal nomination as the Conservative party candidate for the riding of West Nova
Women That Hunt wants youth to get familiar with firearms

Women That Hunt wants youth to get familiar with firearms

The president of the group says they are trying to educate women and youth on how to be ethical, safe hunters
Indigenous-owned businesses contribute $1.6 billion to Atlantic economy, and growing rapidly

Indigenous-owned businesses contribute $1.6 billion to Atlantic economy, and growing rapidly

A new report from the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council highlights how much money Indigenous-owned businesses are bringing in
Inspection reports from long-term care homes now available online

Inspection reports from long-term care homes now available online

As of June 1, all reports conducted in the province will be posted on the Continuing Care section of the Department of Health and Wellness site
Nova Scotian birth educator to train doulas in Haiti

Nova Scotian birth educator to train doulas in Haiti

Jennifer Drummond, a Cape Breton-based doula, will travel to the Caribbean country this fall
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