Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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Standing in solidarity regarding state of long-term care homes

To the Editor; The Council of Canadians has joined in solidarity with many others who are troubled by the state of long-term care homes in Nova Scotia and throughout...

Pugwash, Tatamagouche food banks receive federal funding

TATAMAGOUCHE - Two food banks serving clients on the North Shore received assistance from the federal government's Emergency Fund. Neighbours Helping Neighbours, in Tatamagouche, and the Pugwash Open Hamper...

Long-term care residents soon able to visit off-site

TATAMAGOUCHE - The province continues to ease restrictions at long-term care facilities, and the latest round will give residents a chance to visit loved ones off-site. Randy Delorey, health...

Truck convoy to honour mass shooting victims, restaurant owner

DEBERT – A truck convoy will be making its way through Cumberland and Colchester counties this weekend to honour the victims of April’s mass shooting, as well as a restaurant owner known as the...

Long-term care facilities in Nova Scotia to allow designated caregiver

TATAMAGOUCHE - Long-term care facilities in the province can begin implementing designated caregivers for their residents. The province made the announcement on Sept. 8 and the changes will come...

Province announces risk level responses when COVID-19 confirmed in schools

TATAMAGOUCHE - With the expectation of some COVID-19 cases in students or staff when school resumes, the provincial government has released the responses for three different risk levels of exposure.

Northern Zone sees another active case of COVID-19; five total in province

TATAMAGOUCHE - The province now has five active cases of COVID-19, after another new one was identified in the Northern Zone. The new case is connected to a previously...

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in N.S. with six active

TATAMAGOUCHE - Six active cases of COVID-19 are in the province currently, with one of those individuals in hospital. A new case was identified in the Central Zone on...

COVID-19: Four active cases remain in N.S.

TATAMAGOUCHE - No new cases of COVID-19 were announced by government officials on Aug. 18. That leaves four active cases remaining. All four are in relation to travel, and...

New case of COVID-19 identified in Nova Scotia

TATAMAGOUCHE - Another new case of COVID-19 has been identified in the province, this time in the Northern Zone. The case, identified among the 582 tests completed Aug. 13,...




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