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N.S., N.L. premiers oppose sharing their vaccine supplies with harder-hit provinces

N.S., N.L. premiers oppose sharing their vaccine supplies with harder-hit provinces

HALIFAX — Two East Coast premiers say they oppose sharing vaccine supplies with harder-hit provinces, after the Canadian Medical Association suggested Ottawa rethink its per capita-based system of distributing doses.
'Quite fitting.' Prince Philip's funeral an online event for all but a few in Canada

'Quite fitting.' Prince Philip's funeral an online event for all but a few in Canada

HALIFAX — The options for Canadians planning to pay their respects to Prince Philip during his funeral Saturday will be largely limited to small gatherings in front of TV or computer screens.
COVID-19 cases among crew of oil tanker anchored off Cape Breton: union

COVID-19 cases among crew of oil tanker anchored off Cape Breton: union

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — An oil tanker has been anchored off Cape Breton since Sunday because of concerns several crew members may have contracted COVID-19.
Nova Scotia minister ninth Liberal to announce exit ahead of provincial election

Nova Scotia minister ninth Liberal to announce exit ahead of provincial election

HALIFAX — Another senior member of Nova Scotia's Liberal government will not be running for the party in the next provincial election.
A look at the lives lost in the April 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting

A look at the lives lost in the April 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting

HALIFAX — The victims in one of Canada's worst mass killings included an RCMP officer, a teacher, health-care workers, retirees, neighbours of the shooter and two correctional officers killed in their home.
Families of N.S. mass shooting victims left with vivid memories, searing grief

Families of N.S. mass shooting victims left with vivid memories, searing grief

HALIFAX — Tom Bagley's birthday was just two days away on April 19, 2020, when his daughter Charlene called his cottage in West Wentworth, N.S., and small talk ensued about the possibility of a socially distanced party in her driveway.
Mi'kmaq fisher argues feds becoming more aggressive in seizures of Indigenous gear

Mi'kmaq fisher argues feds becoming more aggressive in seizures of Indigenous gear

HALIFAX — A Mi'kmaq man who has been battling for Indigenous fishing rights says the recent seizure of his crab traps suggests Ottawa is becoming more aggressive on the water.
Cockpit warning forces crew of Cyclone helicopter to land in park near Halifax

Cockpit warning forces crew of Cyclone helicopter to land in park near Halifax

HALIFAX — The crew of a Canadian Forces helicopter landed the aircraft in a park east of Halifax on Tuesday after they noticed a warning indicator in the cockpit.
More sex charges laid against retired University of King's College professor

More sex charges laid against retired University of King's College professor

Halifax police say they are laying more sex-assault charges against a retired university professor in connection with alleged incidents in the 1970s and 1980s.
N.S. introduces bill to mark end of slavery in British colonies with Emancipation Day

N.S. introduces bill to mark end of slavery in British colonies with Emancipation Day

HALIFAX — Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs Tony Ince says a bill he tabled in the legislature on Tuesday will introduce residents to the unknown history of slavery in the province. Ince's bill would officially designate Aug.
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