Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Nova Scotia Confirms 29 New Cases of COVID-19 Over Long Weekend

Nova Scotia reported 29 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including those recorded over the Labour Day long weekend. 7 of the new cases were recorded on Saturday, 11 on...

Potlotek First Nation Seeks Court’s Intervention In Case Against DFO Protesting Self-Regulated Fisheries

Cape Breton’s Potlotek First Nation has gone to court seeking an injunction to block the Department of fisheries and Oceans’ interference in its fisheries livelihood. The community noted that it...

Cape Breton Horse Back Home and ‘On Parole’ After Going on the Lam

Like many enjoying the easing of pandemic restrictions, Broadway Bill, a 16-year-old retired racehorse in Sydney, decided the weekend was the right time for a night out of the...

Nova Scotia Records 8 New COVID-19 Cases on Thursday

8 new coronavirus cases were reported in Nova Scotia on Thursday. It is the biggest single-day jump since January 13, which brings the total number of active cases in...

Nova Scotia Reports 1 New Case of COVID-19

N.S reported a new COVID-19 case on Thursday, bringing the tally of active cases in the region to 50. The case is in the central health zone and is under...

How a Neils Harbour Business Helped Stop a Gift Card Scam

Nova Scotia Mounties reveal workers of a small Cape Breton grocery store are to be appreciated for spotting a gift card scam and informing two victims about it. In mid-June, a customer at the...

Families Complain Rankin’s Last-Minute Border Change ‘Extremely Demoralizing’

The last-minute pronouncement of amended quarantine requirements for individuals coming from New Brunswick to Nova Scotia has many Maritimers deeply angry and disappointed. Steve MacKay's family organized to travel from Halifax to...

Once an Inmate Now an Elder, Mi’kmaw Sweat Lodge Brings Healing to Prisoners

About 30 years ago, Toby Condo was an inmate starting a sentence at the Springhill Institution in northern Nova Scotia. Today, the man works there as an Indigenous elder. Condo,...

Nova Scotians Are Gathering To Honour The Victims Of Residential Schools

Hundreds of people have gathered in Dartmouth and Halifax for a memorial to Indigenous children who have gone missing or died while attending residential schools. Instead of celebrating Canada...

Military Member Accused of Sex Assault in Nova Scotia Found Not Guilty

A Canadian Armed Forces personnel facing several charges against a colleague during his time in Halifax has been found not guilty after no evidence was presented in court. The court...