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4 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick on April 13
FREDERICTON, N.B. — Public Health reported four new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick on Tuesday, April 13. One new case is in the Saint John region, and three cases are in the Edmundston region. All cases are self-isolating, according ...
Quebec confirms first case of a blood clot after AstraZeneca vaccine administered
Quebec’s Health Ministry says it is fully prepared “to quickly take charge of someone presenting symptoms of (a blood clot) following a vaccination,” adding the measures already in place allowed authorities to detect the first such ...
Elmsdale mobile home park proposal gets approved despite residents' concerns
Karen Rudman’s well has run out of water multiple times almost every summer since she moved into her home in Elmsdale 10 years ago. But her worries that a 525-unit mobile park proposed for 717 hectares of land off Old Truro Road will cause ...
Nova Scotia still attracting doctors during COVID-19 pandemic
Internationally trained doctors continue coming to Nova Scotia despite the pandemic. Between March 2020 and April 2021, 23 physicians arrived in Nova Scotia through the province’s physician recruitment efforts. The province is also ...
Atlantic bubble may be postponed
The Atlantic bubble may be a bust before it even begins as new COVID-19 cases continue to mount in New Brunswick. The four Atlantic provinces had tentatively planned to open their borders within the region on April 19, but the premiers of ...
Post-pandemic competition to recruit health-care workers likely to intensify, N.S. MLAs told
It does not appear that Nova Scotia’s frazzled health-care workers, already stressed to the breaking point, are in line for any immediate help. In fact, things could get worse before they get better. “As the boomers retire and ...
Halifax police lay more sex charges against ex-King's professor Wayne Hankey
Former University of King's College professor Wayne John Hankey faces historical sex-related charges involving two more young men, Halifax Regional Police said Tuesday. Sexual assault investigators have charged Hankey, 76, with one count of ...
Truck flips on Seal Island Bridge in Boularderie East
The Seal Island Bridge was shut down Tuesday morning and traffic delayed as efforts were underway to remove a truck and trailer which flipped on the bridge. Cpl. Chris Marshall of the Nova Scotia RCMP said at about 9:36 a.m. officers from the ...
Dalhousie University administrative, technical support staff ready to strike over pension proposal for new contract
Administrative and technical support workers at Dalhousie University say they're prepared to strike after the university refused to remove a contract proposal that would would see them lose a new federal Canada Pension Plan enhancement. The ...
UPDATE: Heavy rains cause TCH washout near Springdale
Newfoundland will be a divided island for at least the next couple of days — physically that is. Contractors and government engineers are at the site of a Trans-Canada Highway washout near Springdale that has cut the province in ...