Current restrictions in areas of Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and Hants County are extended, and new restrictions will be in place provincewide over the holidays to curb the spread of COVID-19....

On this date, people who have not registered a decision to be a donor, or have not registered a decision to opt out, and are eligible, will be seen to have consented to donating their organs and tissues after death....

Nova Scotians with no COVID-19 symptoms have more time to get tested. The deadline to book an appointment has been extended to Friday, Dec. 18....

Nova Scotia public school students will have an extended holiday break out of an abundance of caution. The last day of classes will be Dec. 18 and classes resume Jan. 11. School-based staff will be returning to schools on Jan. 4 for five days of professional learning. “This...

Nova Scotia employment was up 10,000 to 468,500 in November. This monthly gain was concentrated in full-time employment, which has risen to 383,200 - the highest level of full-time employment on record. "Nova Scotia has recovered 97 per cent of lost employment since last April and this...

Original post: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20201204004 (December 4, 2020 - 2:15 PM) Premier Stephen McNeil and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Strang announced today, Dec. 4, that the current restrictions in areas of Halifax Regional Municipality and Hants County are extended until at least Dec. 16. They also...

Original post: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20201201008 (December 1, 2020 - 8:19 PM) Nova Scotia is reporting one additional case of COVID-19, identified today, Dec. 1, connected to St. Margaret’s Bay Elementary school in Central Zone. The school will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 2, for deep cleaning. Staff and students will...

The recent provincial public health restrictions have caused many of our local restaurants to shift to takeout and curb-side pickup only. If you're on the HRM-side of Hubbards, only enter the Lunenburg County side of the community for essential purposes. If you are on the Lunenburg...

Original post: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20201129001 (November 29, 2020 - 1:15 PM) As of today, Nov. 29, Nova Scotia has 125 active cases of COVID-19. Ten new cases are being reported today. All new cases are in Central Zone. “By following the new restrictions in the greater Halifax area, we...

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