Nova Scotian Kitchen Party Facebook group reaching thousands around the world

PICTOU - What began as a small act to brighten a few people’s days has now reached more than 200,000 people from...

Twenty new COVID-19 cases confirmed; government seeking state of emergency extension

TRURO - Another 20 cases of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, have been confirmed, bringing the total in Nova Scotia to 193.

Irving sawmill in Valley sees three workers test positive for COVID-19

VALLEY - Three employees at the J.D. Irving, Limited sawmill in Valley, just outside Truro, have tested positive for the novel coronavirus,...

More than 1,000 COVID-19 tests completed in one day; 26 new confirmed cases

TRURO - Unfortunately, it's not an April Fool's Day prank - the province has another 26 new confirmed cases of coronavirus, or...

Truro Police fine women for using closed soccer field to run dogs

TRURO - Two women have been fined almost $700 each under the Emergency Management Act. The Truro Police Service...

COVID-19: Twenty new cases announced in N.S.

TRURO - Nova Scotia has another 20 new cases of coronavirus confirmed, bringing the provincial total to 147. Most...

Students to have e-learning, at-home packages while schools closed until at least May 1

TRURO - Students in public schools will remain home until at least May 1 due to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic.

Millbrook business ticketed under Health Protection Act

MILLBROOK - A business on Millbrook First Nation has been issued a $7,500 summary offence ticket under the Health Protection Act.

Province confirms community spread of COVID-19; five new cases announced

TRURO - Health officials have confirmed community spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. The province announced 32 cases...

Restaurant owner near Debert offering meals to drivers for free

GLENHOLME - “You’re my angel.” That’s a sentence Crystal Blair has heard on more than one occasion over the last...
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