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New N.S. COVID cases double since weekend as vaccine access expanded to 60 and over

New N.S. COVID cases double since weekend as vaccine access expanded to 60 and over

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia reported 15 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday — more than double the number of infections reported a day prior — as the province expanded vaccine access to people 60 and older.
Police watchdog agency probes alleged assault by Cape Breton police during arrest

Police watchdog agency probes alleged assault by Cape Breton police during arrest

SYDNEY, N.S. — Nova Scotia's independent police watchdog agency is investigating an allegation that Cape Breton Regional Police officers assaulted a person during an arrest.
Bidding wars, record prices, viewing lineups: Halifax's housing market heats up

Bidding wars, record prices, viewing lineups: Halifax's housing market heats up

HALIFAX — Two years after moving to Halifax from Ireland, Sarah and Nick Moriarty began house hunting.
'You are not alone:' Memorial service in Nova Scotia marks one year since shootings

'You are not alone:' Memorial service in Nova Scotia marks one year since shootings

TRURO, N.S. — A lone bagpiper played slow airs outside a church Sunday as relatives of 22 people slain during a killer's rampage in rural Nova Scotia gathered for an emotional ceremony to honour the victims one year later.
Nova Scotia reports seven new cases of COVID-19, has 49 active cases

Nova Scotia reports seven new cases of COVID-19, has 49 active cases

HALIFAX — Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Nova Scotia on Sunday, bring the province's total number of active infections to 49.
Atlantic Canadians warned about tiny zebra mussels that can create major headaches

Atlantic Canadians warned about tiny zebra mussels that can create major headaches

HALIFAX — Invasive species experts in Atlantic Canada are warning fish enthusiasts and aquarium retailers to inspect their fish tanks after zebra mussels were found in moss balls across the region.
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.
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