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Delay in Atlantic bubble reopening causes travel issues for post-secondary students

Delay in Atlantic bubble reopening causes travel issues for post-secondary students

HALIFAX — The recent delay in the Atlantic bubble opening has caused some travel snags for post-secondary students as their semester comes to a close.
N.S. man to serve community sentence for firing nail into young, Black co-worker

N.S. man to serve community sentence for firing nail into young, Black co-worker

PICTOU, N.S. — A Nova Scotia man who shot a young, Black co-worker with a nail gun received a conditional sentence on Friday from a judge who cited the province's history of racism in his decision.
COVID spike in Nova Scotia leads to month-long 'circuit breaker' lockdown for Halifax

COVID spike in Nova Scotia leads to month-long 'circuit breaker' lockdown for Halifax

HALIFAX — Atlantic Canada's largest city is going back into COVID-19 lockdown after Nova Scotia on Thursday reported its highest single-day case count since last spring.
Desmond inquiry: ex-manager of veterans clinic said it lacked psychiatric resources

Desmond inquiry: ex-manager of veterans clinic said it lacked psychiatric resources

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A former manager with a clinic for veterans in Nova Scotia told an inquiry Thursday the facility had a shortage of psychiatric services when a former soldier was referred there.
Weld failure caused 2019 collapse of Halifax construction crane during storm: report

Weld failure caused 2019 collapse of Halifax construction crane during storm: report

HALIFAX — A provincial government study has concluded the collapse of a 68-tonne construction crane in Halifax during post-tropical storm Dorian was the result of a weld failure in the lower portions of the tower.
Ottawa, Mi'kmaq community on collision course over plan for second lobster season

Ottawa, Mi'kmaq community on collision course over plan for second lobster season

HALIFAX — Ottawa and a small Mi'kmaq community appear to be headed toward renewed tensions on the waters off southwest Nova Scotia as the First Nation plans another self-regulated lobster season.
Nova Scotia COVID-19 cases climb as pace of vaccinations also increases

Nova Scotia COVID-19 cases climb as pace of vaccinations also increases

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's COVID-19 case count continued to climb Wednesday as the province announced 25 new infections one day after banning non-essential travel from most of the rest of Canada.
N.S. RCMP investigating after two-year-old girl left with life-threatening injuries

N.S. RCMP investigating after two-year-old girl left with life-threatening injuries

LUNENBURG, N.S. — RCMP in Nova Scotia are investigating after a two-year-old girl was airlifted to a Halifax hospital for emergency treatment for her injuries.
Desmond inquiry: social worker reveals details about final call with former soldier

Desmond inquiry: social worker reveals details about final call with former soldier

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A social worker who spoke to Lionel Desmond the day before the former soldier killed three family members and himself told an inquiry Wednesday she wished she could have spent more time with him.
Google ordered to provide information on people behind Nova Scotia cyberbullying

Google ordered to provide information on people behind Nova Scotia cyberbullying

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia court has used cyberbullying laws to order Google to provide information about who is behind a blog and a YouTube channel that a couple says have been the source of harassment and insults.
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