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Nova Scotia reports 4 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday – Halifax

Nova Scotia reports 4 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday - Halifax

Nova Scotia health officials reported four new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday. There is one case each in western, northern, eastern and central zones. All of the new cases are related to travel outside Atlantic Canada. The province says 29 cases of COVID-19 remain active. “Having active cases …

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Halifax restaurants prepare to reopen as COVID-19 restrictions lift Monday – Halifax

Staff at Battery Park prepare a take-out order

Restaurants and licensed establishments in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) have been closed for over a month. As COVID-19 cases rose during the second wave, the province ordered all restaurants and bars in the Halifax region to stop in-person dining. At the time the restriction was only expected to …

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Nova Scotia reports 13 new COVID-19 cases, including 5 school-related cases

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Nova Scotia health officials reported 13 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday and Saturday, five of which are linked to a private school in Dartmouth. The province says 11 new cases were detected on Jan. 1, of which 10 were in the central zone, along with one travel-related …

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Nova Scotia reports 6 new cases on Tuesday – Halifax

Nova Scotia reports 6 new cases on Tuesday - Halifax

Nova Scotia health officials reported six new cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 57. Three of those cases are located in the central zone, two in the northern zone and one in the western zone. The province says …

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Nova Scotia health officials to provide COVID-19 update on Friday – Halifax

Nova Scotia health officials to provide COVID-19 update on Friday - Halifax

Nova Scotia health officials are expected to provide a provincial update on the coronavirus. Premier Stephen McNeil will be joined by chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang at 1 p.m. on Friday. The briefing will be livestreamed on the Global News website. Read more: Nova Scotia reports …

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Nova Scotia reports 14 new coronavirus cases, sets new record for daily tests

Nova Scotia reports 14 new coronavirus cases, sets new record for daily tests

Nova Scotia is reporting 14 new coronavirus cases on Saturday while also breaking a record for the number of tests completed in a single day. The 14 new cases are located in three of Nova Scotia’s health zones. The majority, 12, is located in the central zone, which includes …

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N.S. offers one-time grant for businesses ordered closed as a result of COVID-19 restrictions – Halifax

N.S. offers one-time grant for businesses ordered closed as a result of COVID-19 restrictions - Halifax

Nova Scotia businesses that have been ordered closed as a result of COVID-19 restrictions may now be able to receive support from the provincial government. Nova Scotia officials announced on Thursday a one-time grant for businesses in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and Hants County. The goal, according to …

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Nova Scotia Health Authority warns of potential exposure to COVID-19 at 9 locations in HRM – Halifax

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Nova Scotia Health has issued a statement warning of potential coronavirus exposures at nine location in HRM. The nine locations are spread throughout Halifax with dates ranging from Nov. 13 and Nov. 18. Anyone present at any of the following locations during the identified times is asked to monitor …

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HRM election 2020: Deadline approaching to vote by paper ballots – Halifax

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Halifax Regional Municipality residents will have until 7 p.m. on Saturday to cast their votes for the 2020 municipal elections. Residents will be able to vote by paper ballots only, according to HRM. READ MORE:Halifax mayoral candidates participate in virtual debate As of Oct. 14, Halifax Election Office said that …

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Dartmouth group home residents celebrate Natal Day in ‘reverse’ – Halifax

Dartmouth group home residents celebrate Natal Day in ‘reverse’ - Halifax

A global pandemic couldn’t stop the Hilton Drive Group Home in Dartmouth from celebrating Natal Day, with a special twist. On Monday, its residents invited members of the public to swing by their street and honk their horns for their “Reverse Parade”, featuring a stationary float made of signs and …

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