'When police arrived, they found the man pointing the firearm at them through the doorway,' Baddeck RCMP stated in a release Saturday.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Aujourd’hui 24 octobre, la Nouvelle-Écosse compte six cas évolutifs de la COVID-19. Trois nouveaux cas ont été dépistés le vendredi 23 octobre.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- As of today, Oct. 24, Nova Scotia has six active cases of COVID-19. Three new cases were identified Friday, Oct. 23.
The government said Allister Surette will "communicate with and rebuild trust" between both sides in the weeks-long dispute that has turned violent in recent days.
Junior high school reinstates full length of outdoor break times after students rally for change.
Authors of a newly published paper say systemic changes are needed to slow Canada's overdose crisis.
The deadline for completing a joint public inquiry into April's tragic mass shooting in Nova Scotia is Nov. 1, 2022.
Global News at 6 Halifax from Oct. 23, 2020.
'We have attempted to work Nation-to-Nation, but the Federal Government refuses to look beyond their colonialized approach.'
More than six months after the mass shooting tragedy that left 22 Nova Scotias dead, the provincial and federal governments have finally launched the initial stages of a joint public inquiry, examining how the attack happened and whether it could have been prevented. As Elizabeth McSheffrey reports, some Nova Scotia are relieved to see the...
Halifax Regional Police say they are investigating a homicide that happened Thursday night on Primrose Street in Dartmouth. As Graeme Benjamin reports, police say they still do not have a suspect in custody.
Sipekne’katik First Nation Chief Michael Sack says they couldn’t sell their commercially caught lobster and were blacklisted from the market. But now a lobster wholesaler says his company would purchase lobster harvested from Indigenous fishers. Jesse Thomas reports.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- NEW WORK
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Aujourd’hui 23 octobre, la Nouvelle-Écosse compte quatre cas évolutifs de la COVID-19. Aucun nouveau cas n'a été dépisté le jeudi 22 octobre.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- As of today, Oct. 23, Nova Scotia has four active cases of COVID-19. No new cases were identified Thursday, Oct. 22.
COVID - 19 / Agriculture -- Many Nova Scotia farmers have made improvements to health and safety to help protect their workers and prevent the spread of COVID-19. They can now apply for funding to help cover some of those costs.
Premier's Office -- Premier Stephen McNeil has proclaimed today, Oct. 23, as HMCS Kootenay Day in Nova Scotia in remembrance of the worst peacetime accident in the history of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services / Justice -- Nova Scotians now have improved access to the courts for resolving family legal matters.
Communities, Culture and Heritage -- Access to nutritious food has never been more important. One way government is helping Nova Scotians is through the Community Food Literacy and Access Fund. With an investment of more than $134,000 this year, the fund will further help improve access to affordable and healthy food while building food literacy.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- REMARQUE : Déclaration du Dr Robert Strang, médecin-hygiéniste en chef de la Nouvelle-Écosse. Le gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick a annoncé, aujourd'hui 22 octobre, des restrictions supplémentaires liées à une éclosion de COVID-19 dans la région de Campbellton-Restigouche, dans le nord du Nouveau-Brunswick.