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Nova Scotia announces one new case of COVID-19, bringing total to four

HALIFAX — A new case of COVID-19 has been identified in central Nova Scotia, bringing the province's current total to four active cases.

One person injured in crash of single-engine aircraft at Stanley airport in N.S.

HALIFAX — The pilot of a small aircraft suffered injuries early Sunday after his single-engine plane crashed near an airport in central Nova Scotia. A spokesman for the RCMP says the police force received a 911 call at 10:19 a.m. about the incident.
One man dead, 2 in hospital after ingesting substance

One man dead, 2 in hospital after ingesting substance

Police suspect the substance could have contained fentanyl or another toxic substance

N.S. man dies after ingesting substance believed to contain fentanyl: RCMP

EARLTOWN, N.S. — One man is dead and two others are severely ill in a Nova Scotia hospital after police say they ingested a white powder thought to contain fentanyl or another toxic substance.
Parkinson Canada adapts to pandemic times

Parkinson Canada adapts to pandemic times

100,000 Canadians live with Parkinson's Disease and researchers predict that number will double by the year 2035
Nova Scotia woman fails to win stay as husband seeks medically assisted death

Nova Scotia woman fails to win stay as husband seeks medically assisted death

HALIFAX — A judge in Nova Scotia has rejected a woman's second bid to stop her husband from receiving a medically assisted death.
Nova Scotia premier rejects teachers' allegations that schools are unsafe

Nova Scotia premier rejects teachers' allegations that schools are unsafe

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's premier has accused the province's teachers' union of "creating a bunch of noise and rhetoric" by suggesting public schools are unsafe and in "chaos" because educators haven't been given enough time to prepare for the resumpti
N.S. teachers' union says schools 'in chaos,' asks government to delay reopening

N.S. teachers' union says schools 'in chaos,' asks government to delay reopening

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's teachers are warning that the province's schools aren't ready to reopen as planned next week. The Nova Scotia Teachers Union issued a news release Wednesday claiming schools are "in chaos.
Memorial to N.S. mass shooting victims to be removed, partly to deter gawkers

Memorial to N.S. mass shooting victims to be removed, partly to deter gawkers

HALIFAX — Four months after a gunman killed 22 people in rural Nova Scotia, residents of the village where the shooting started have decided to dismantle a makeshift memorial outside a former church, partly because the roadside shrine continues to at
N.S. mass shooting case: media outlets challenge redactions in search warrants

N.S. mass shooting case: media outlets challenge redactions in search warrants

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