Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Exhibitions Association of Nova Scotia cancels 2021 traditional events

BIBLE HILL - Traditional exhibitions and fairs across the province have already been cancelled for 2021. The Exhibitions Association...

Thousands of doses of AstraZeneca vaccine available this month on first come first serve...

TRURO – A batch of 13,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine will arrive in Nova Scotia next week.

Officers cleared in shooting at Onslow fire hall last April

ONSLOW – Two officers involved in a mistaken-identity shooting while responding to last April's mass shooting aren't facing any charges.

Stanfield’s unsuccessful in securing new federal contract to produce PPE

TRURO – After failing to land a new federal contract, Stanfield’s Ltd. is laying off 150 workers. Company president...

Colchester RCMP officer cleared in mental health call resulting in man’s injuries

TRURO - No charges will be laid against an RCMP officer after a mental health call resulted in a man suffering a...

Market manager hopes for community funding to bridge gap in bucks program

TRURO – A local mother and her two small children have been using a market bucks program to its full extent.

Colchester County men creating artwork, including snow circles in Debert, in nature

DEBERT – Two friends are taking their nature excursions to the next level, especially when there’s fresh snow to be found.

Upper Stewiacke man injured in stabbing in Shubenacadie

SHUBENACADIE - An Upper Stewiacke man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being stabbed in Shubenacadie. A 37-year-old man from Elmsvale...

From the shelter to home: local poet publishes new book written about cat’s life

TRURO – A local poet is using his talent to help a charity that’s brought joy to his life over the past...

Premier-designate staying course on COVID-19 response

Nova Scotia’s next premier says he’ll stay the course in combatting COVID-19, but veer away from his predecessor by making economic growth...

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