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Nova Scotia reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, 1 possible case after rapid test pilot

Nova Scotia reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, 1 possible case after rapid test pilot

HALIFAX — About 150 people showed up to the Dome nightclub in Halifax on Saturday night, but it wasn’t to dance or get a drink.

Nova Scotia reports eight new cases of COVID-19, six cases under investigation

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is reporting eight new cases of COVID-19, six of which are under investigation for their origin. Public health officials say all of the latest cases are in the central zone of the province.
After COVID-related transplant delays, 16-year-old N.S. girl gets lung transplant

After COVID-related transplant delays, 16-year-old N.S. girl gets lung transplant

HALIFAX — A teenaged girl who set out with her grandmother and mother last spring on a 1,800-kilometre RV trip to seek her new lungs has received the life-changing operation in an era of COVID-related delays.
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick impose new restrictions to stop COVID-19 spread

Nova Scotia, New Brunswick impose new restrictions to stop COVID-19 spread

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia imposed new limits on gatherings across most of Halifax on Friday and New Brunswick moved Saint John into a higher alert level as Atlantic Canada's two biggest provinces tried to stop rising cases of COVID-19.
'Less is more:' Restaurants pandemic-proofing menus to survive the second wave

'Less is more:' Restaurants pandemic-proofing menus to survive the second wave

HALIFAX — The menu at the Stubborn Goat Gastropub in downtown Halifax will always have a classic burger and gourmet mac n' cheese. But the slightly more eccentric dishes, peppered with unique ingredients, might be harder to come by these days.
Nova Scotia judge reserves decision on Tory lawsuit seeking disclosure of ferry fee

Nova Scotia judge reserves decision on Tory lawsuit seeking disclosure of ferry fee

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge reserved his decision Thursday in a case about whether the provincial government should disclose a fee paid to a heavily subsidized private ferry operator.

Halifax police investigate stabbing incident after woman taken to hospital

Halifax police say they are investigating a stabbing incident in Dartmouth. Police say they received a report about a woman who had been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries around 8 a.m.
Federal fisheries minister should resign over lobster dispute: Indigenous leader

Federal fisheries minister should resign over lobster dispute: Indigenous leader

HALIFAX — The chief of the First Nation at the centre of a lobster fishing dispute in Nova Scotia says the federal fisheries minister should resign because she appears unwilling to deal with the band's challenges.
Winning design announced for N.S. art gallery to be built on Halifax waterfront

Winning design announced for N.S. art gallery to be built on Halifax waterfront

HALIFAX — The winning design for Nova Scotia's new art gallery resembles an eel emerging from Halifax Harbour.
Battle over housing rights for people with intellectual disabilities in N.S. court

Battle over housing rights for people with intellectual disabilities in N.S. court

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's highest court heard arguments Wednesday that the province's failure to offer people with disabilities timely access to housing and care in the community amounts to a violation of their basic rights.
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