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Halifax police taking tougher stance on COVID-19 rule breakers

Halifax police taking tougher stance on COVID-19 rule breakers

Halifax Regional Police have received over 500 complaints about public health regulations being broken since the start of November
Local advocate says assisted dying bill needs further review

Local advocate says assisted dying bill needs further review

The federal government has stated that the law was never intended to address those affected by mental illness but advocates say they need to be considered
Halifax's Vandal Doughnuts gets into the movie game

Halifax's Vandal Doughnuts gets into the movie game

The Gottingen Street doughnut dealer has teamed up with a film distribution company to peddle a motion picture alongside its glazed confections
Environmental group says Nova Scotia lagging in electric vehicle adoption

Environmental group says Nova Scotia lagging in electric vehicle adoption

EAC is encouraged that the province has invested in charging infrastructure and education programs but hopes more action is taken
Program aims to give Indigenous people a shot at shipbuilding

Program aims to give Indigenous people a shot at shipbuilding

Upon graduation of the program, 15 students will have a greater chance for employment in shipbuilding, specifically in pipe trades
Province's top doctor working with retail sector to plan for Christmas rush

Province's top doctor working with retail sector to plan for Christmas rush

Dr. Robert Strang announced that he is working with retail shops and businesses on how to manage the busy holiday shopping season during the pandemic
Sipekne'katik taking legal action against fishers and province

Sipekne'katik taking legal action against fishers and province

Indigenous fishers have been targets of intimidation by non-Indigenous commercial fishers since launching a self-regulated lobster fishery in September
Survey shows COVID-19 hardships continue to rise for Nova Scotians

Survey shows COVID-19 hardships continue to rise for Nova Scotians

One-third of Canadians indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic has created economic or financial hardship for their household
Province invests in youth underrepresented in IT sector

Province invests in youth underrepresented in IT sector

The province is investing $1.3 million over three years into the training program
CAA reminds Haligonians to switch to winter tires

CAA reminds Haligonians to switch to winter tires

CAA Atlantic's Gary Howard says if people haven't switched over to winter tires yet, they're late to the game
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