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Power restored (update)

Power restored (update)

No word yet on the cause of the outage
'My area is not by default racist': West Nova MP pleads for calm, and honest discussion about lobster dispute

'My area is not by default racist': West Nova MP pleads for calm, and honest discussion about lobster dispute

West Nova Conservative MP Chris d'Entremont pleaded with DFO Minister Bernadette Jordan to come down in person to southwest Nova Scotia and not just talk at commercial fishermen, but listen to them, and their concerns about providing for their families
Health minister defends potential funding cuts to nursing homes

Health minister defends potential funding cuts to nursing homes

Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey says if nursing homes aren't willing to fill vacant beds, Nova Scotians need the financial resources to be diverted elsewhere
Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame searching for a new home

Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame searching for a new home

The Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame closed its doors at the Scotiabank Centre on September 30
Federal Fisheries and Oceans Minister, Sipekne'katik First Nation to meet this week about lobster fishery

Federal Fisheries and Oceans Minister, Sipekne'katik First Nation to meet this week about lobster fishery

Minister Jordan, and Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett issued a statement last week that they won't tolerate vigilante action - that's in reference to 350 Sipekne'katik traps being hauled out of the water
Post tropical storm Teddy dumping rain all across Nova Scotia

Post tropical storm Teddy dumping rain all across Nova Scotia

After a brief lull overnight, Teddy is now back with strong winds, and dumping rain all across the province
Opposition parties demand increased testing capacity as number of calls to 811 spikes

Opposition parties demand increased testing capacity as number of calls to 811 spikes

Opposition parties say the increase, and subsequent backlog is the result of sending students back to school
HRCE says students and parents will see changes in the way schools are operating

HRCE says students and parents will see changes in the way schools are operating

Hadley says the province provided two masks each for students and staff, and those will be handed out today if people do not already have them in hand
Province explores online learning when classes cancelled due to bad weather

Province explores online learning when classes cancelled due to bad weather

An Atlantic Institute for Market Studies report says depending on their school area, Nova Scotia students missed between three and nine and a half days of school due to weather
Council unanimously passes motion permitting secondary, or backyard suites

Council unanimously passes motion permitting secondary, or backyard suites

Once the provincial government approves land use by law changes, residents in HRM will be able to apply for permits allowing secondary suites on their qualifying property
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