Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Pandemic allowing War Amps to reach students in smaller communities

VALLEY – Local Grade 5 students had a lot of questions for Bob Maguire, a public awareness officer with War Amps.

Mobile COVID-19 testing units in Stewiacke

STEWIACKE - Residents in the Stewiacke area have the opportunity this week to be tested for COVID-19. Public Health's...

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...

Women’s hockey world championship tentatively set for May

TRURO – After a postponement last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers are aiming for the 2021 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s...

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.

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...

Truro Homeless Outreach Society calling on walkers for annual fundraiser

TRURO – One of the biggest annual fundraisers in support of the local homeless shelter is right around the corner.

Community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics to begin Feb. 22

TRURO - Seniors aged 80 and older will be the first in the province to attend community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

UPDATED: Mobile COVID-19 testing unit in Masstown for second day

MASSTOWN - Anyone without symptoms of COVID-19 and still wanting to be tested can do so in Masstown today, Jan. 29.

École acadienne de Truro website post says confirmed case of COVID-19 in school

TRURO - In a post to families on its website, École acadienne de Truro principal Lynne Theriault says they've confirmed a positive...
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