Province announces one new death and case of COVID-19 on Saturday, none Sunday

TATAMAGOUCHE - One more death in relation to COVID-19 was announced in the province on May 30. The announcement also included a new confirmed case of COVID-19, however none...

Provincial wildlife park, campgrounds set to re-open with restrictions

SHUBENACADIE – Wildlife lovers will be happy to know the provincial park in Shubenacadie is set to re-open. The Shubenacadie Wildlife Park, as all as the province’s 20 provincial camping parks,...

Province says no new cases of COVID-19 among 1,000 tests

TATAMAGOUCHE - Out of more than 1,000 tests completed on May 28, none were positive for COVID-19. The QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed 1,034 tests on May...

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colchester set to launch Senior Connection Program

NORTH RIVER – A local non-profit organization is working to connect seniors and youth in the community. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colchester is about to launch its Senior Connection Program,...

The Crafty Shore back on track after opening in Tatamagouche just before pandemic

TATAMAGOUCHE – It wasn’t exactly how Denyse Stronge imagined the opening of The Crafty Shore. Stronge had originally opened the business on Main Street in Tatamagouche on Feb. 21. A month...

June 5 date given to restaurants, hair salons, among others, to re-open

TATAMAGOUCHE – The provincial government is taking a major step in re-opening the economy early next month. Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, the province’s chief medical officer...

Health authority reintroducing services, procedures

TATAMAGOUCHE - The Nova Scotia Health Authority, which suspended a number of services during the coronavirus pandemic, is reintroducing a number of those services and procedures. “Over the past...

One new COVID-19 case in Nova Scotia

TATAMAGOUCHE - Since May 22, the province has seen three new cases of COVID-19. One new case was announced daily from May 23 to May 25. No new deaths...

COVID-19: Symptoms being screened expanding in N.S.

TATAMAGOUCHE - More symptoms of possible COVID-19 are being screened for beginning May 22 in the province. Nova Scotia's government made the announcement in their daily update, which includes...
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Health authority changing COVID-19 visitor restrictions

TATAMAGOUCHE - A number of changes have been made to visitor restrictions at the provincial health facilities. The Nova Scotia Health Authority announced the changes, effective immediately, on May...


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