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COVID-19 liability waivers could become routine, says legal expert
A Halifax law expert is advising that COVID-19 waivers could become a regular occurrence. St. FX students must sign one in order to attend classes in the fall.
Oldest Canadian Coast Guard ship to return to service after lengthy refit
The oldest ship in the Canadian Coast Guard fleet will return to service next month after spending three of the last four years in refit.
Village leaders in Baddeck pondering possible dissolution
Community leaders in the Cape Breton resort village of Baddeck are considering their options, including sharing services with neighbouring Victoria County or dissolving the 112-year-old village altogether.
Young female-staffed business could be out of luck if Mahone Bay bylaws change
A business staffed by teenage girls might have to move if Mahone Bay's temporary vending bylaws change. The Seaside Creamery is in the "open shoreline" zone, where no structure can be any higher than five feet in order to preserve the view plane of the harbour.
Cape Breton campgrounds facing a very different season this year
Campgrounds and RV parks are facing new challenges and a different customer base than previous years.
Calls for transparency come after women account for small percentage of ECMA winners
Province reports no new cases of COVID-19 for 4th straight day
Police say 3 men wounded in shootings, stabbing early Sunday in Halifax, Dartmouth
Man, 21, seriously injured in single-car crash in Inverness County
Is this 'surreal nightmare' an unpublished photo of the Halifax Explosion?
Police investigate after Dartmouth woman, 85, dies in 'suspicious circumstances'
Wintersleep and Tim Baker win big at 2020 East Coast Music Awards
Proposed development in south-end Halifax goes to planning advisory committee
COVID-19 cancels popular science fiction convention
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Nova Scotia
N.S. police watchdog investigating domestic assault allegation against Mountie
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