Saturday, December 4, 2021

Authorities Searching For 2 Individuals After Break-In At A Dartmouth Home

Halifax's police inspected a daytime burglary. Two men found their way into one of Dartmouth's homes and made away with valuable items. On Saturday, 4:30 in the evening, Halifax responded...

High Cost Of School Supplies In Nunavut Prompts Good Samaritans To Take Action

Tow graduates of St. Francis Xavier University have contributed $800 in supplies to schools in Nunavut upon learning of the high cost of learning materials north of Canada. The two,...

Accessible Ball Field a Million-Dollar-Dream Coming True

The new Dominion Hawks ball field is anticipated to be a million-dollar dream come true, making recreational amenities accessible to the public while offering a view to match the...

Organization Advocates for Chéticamp to be Accorded Electoral District Status

The team acting on behalf of Canadians living in Nova Scotia has decided to sue the province in court. The reason for the petition is to grant the Community...

Families Memorialize Crew That Dies In Cyclone Helicopter Crash On First Anniversary

Families of the crew that dies from the Cyclone Helicopter Crash one year ago are holding a memorial to grieve their loved one in the midst of challenges brought...

Nova Scotians Are Mourning The Residential School Victims

Many Nova Scotians will visit the newly named Peace and Friendship Park in Halifax, N.S. on July 1, and plant seeds to commemorate the fate of the children who...

Halifax Transit Bus Not Deep Cleaned After Driver Tests Positive for COVID-19 – Union

The head of the union representing Halifax Transit workers is criticizing how the city is dealing with COVID-19 exposures on bus routes following a confirmed case involving a driver. The...

Nova Scotia Reports 3 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday

On Sunday, Nova Scotia reported three new cases of COVID-19 bringing the sum number of active cases in the region to 53. There is one case in the eastern zone...

Opposition Says Premier’s Plans To Balance Budget Is A Fantasy, An Electioneering Move

Nova Scotia's opposition says that Premier Iain Ranking's plan to balance books over the next four years is simply an electioneering fantasy, and nothing will come off it. Tim Houston...

Nova Scotians Hold Memorial to Honor the Victims of Mass Killing One Year Later

On Sunday, the residents of Nova Scotia held a marathon, to honor the victims of a mass killing that happened in 2020. The race was held alongside a special occasion...