The pre-primary to Grade 8 school will be located on the corner of Oxford Street and Bayers Road in Halifax, at the site of the former RCMP headquarters. Continue reading
Karla Renić is a freelance digital journalist.
Born and raised in Croatia, she moved to east coast Canada to pursue a degree in journalism and international development at the University of King’s College.
Soon after graduation, April 2020, she started working at Global News Halifax as a freelance web reporter.
Thirty-two-year-old Nickerson took the images he captured to the dark web – where the crown says the images where “traded like cards.” Continue reading →
The province also reported eight new cases of the virus on Friday, of which six are located in the Edmundston region. Continue reading →
As of Friday, the Phase 2 of Nova Scotia’s vaccination plan is changing to now follow age-based estimates, as opposed to priority groups previously outlined. Continue reading →
Nova Scotia Premier Ian Rankin, speaking at legislature on Friday, said this is a sad day for Nova Scotia and the commonwealth. Continue reading →
Luc Bélanger from the Edmundston region is the youngest man to die from COVID-19 in New Brunswick to date. Continue reading →
“This variant is much more transmissible than the original strain and the sustained outbreak is happening despite our best efforts to limit it.” Continue reading →
Shephard announced the crisis mental health services review in a briefing last month, one week after a teenager died following a failed attempt to get psychiatric help. Continue reading →
One local expert in politics says public trust is what allowed Atlantic premiers to implement strict measures to contain the spread of COVID-19, including border closures. Continue reading →
“Overall, our numbers are low because Nova Scotians are doing their part to follow public health measures,” said Premier Iain Rankin in a news release. Continue reading →
“My motion is a simple question: Is this the right policing model for the municipality we have today… and for the future?” Continue reading →
Premier Iain Rankin and chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang are set to provide a provincial COVID-19 update at 11:45 a.m. Continue reading →
All three are in the Central Zone, including one travel-related case, one close contact of a previously reported case and one under investigation. Continue reading →
The Nature Conservancy of Canada says coyotes are shy animals and will generally avoid interactions with humans, but they do prey on livestock and small animals, including pets. Continue reading →
New Glasgow police say officers found the man near Archimedes Street, and as they attempted to speak with him, he grabbed at his machete. Continue reading →