Tuesday, July 14, 2020

New travel-related case of COVID-19 identified in Nova Scotia

TATAMAGOUCHE - Almost three weeks have gone by since a new case of COVID-19 was identified in Nova Scotia. A new travel-related case was identified June 29, when 203...
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Defunding police?

To the Editor; A police officer in Minneapolis used excessive force and killed George Floyd. But the offending officer was fired and charged with third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Would...

Pugwash District High School: Class of 2020 awards, bursaries list

Graduates Katherine BranderGanga CescaMirella Cutrim LobatoChad DarraghTyson DarraghKameren ElliottCamilla FantiniGracie FieldZachery FullertonDillan GilesSydney GuitardJosie GullensGrayson LangillJessica LiebmannAlexander MacPherson-RussellRiley MadoreTristan MarkhamBrandi McDonaldNikki PardyAustin PatriquinBrooklynne PolleyEnrique Prado HenaoDavid RipleyTaylor SpicerDamon TaylorJared...

N.S. lifts more restrictions, allows new gathering sizes, extends state of emergency

TATAMAGOUCHE - With more than two weeks without a new case of COVID-19 being identified, the provincial government is further lifting restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Limited outpatient service to resume at Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital

TATAMAGOUCHE - Some outpatient services will resume at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital in Tatamagouche on June 29. The Nova Scotia Health Authority says the hospital will provide outpatient...

Balmoral Grist, Sutherland Steam mills to open July 1

TATAMAGOUCHE - Two museums in the Tatamagouche area are set to open on Canada Day. The Sutherland Steam Mill and Balmoral Grist Mill are both on the list of...

Atlantic Canada travelling to begin July 3

TATAMAGOUCHE - The inter-provincial borders are soon opening for Atlantic Canadians. No new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Nova Scotia since June 9, and there are currently...

Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market goes online

TATAMAGOUCHE – The vendors are back at the Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market. While the market will be open Saturdays for live shopping with physical distancing and group gathering sizes enforced, those looking...

Tatamagouche Regional Academy Class of 2020’s drive by celebration

TATAMAGOUCHE - For almost an hour, a steady stream of vehicles circled the driveway in front of the Tatamagouche Centre to celebrate this year's graduates. Thanks to the coronavirus...

No active cases of COVID-19 remain in province

TATAMAGOUCHE - There are no active cases of COVID-19 remaining in the province. There was, however, one more death announced in relation to the coronavirus. The province's press release...



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