Alex Guye

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Alexandrea Guye is journalist reporting from Kjipuktuk (Halifax). If you have feedback or a tip, email her at alexandrea.guye@cbc.ca

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Nova Scotia Health seeking proposals to set up overdose prevention sites

Nova Scotia Health is launching a request for proposals process to establish overdose reduction sites in Cape Breton and Halifax. The provincial health authority announced in a news release Friday that a total of $500,000 is available to establish at least one site each in HRM and CBRM.

3 parks, 5 wilderness areas up for protection now open for public consultation

Eight wilderness areas and parks are now open for approximately two months for a public consultation period. CPAWS hopes with enough input, they can expand one of the areas to include important land.

Fire damages lumber plant in Weymouth

Multiple fire crews battled a fire at a moulding plant in southwestern Nova Scotia Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.

Struggling with pain for years, N.S. woman heads to Montreal for breast implant removal

Sarah Gray of Middle Sackville, N.S., has struggled for years with pain she believes is caused by her breast implants. After being bounced between doctors and undergoing multiple tests, the 34-year-old has found a Montreal surgeon who's willing to remove her implants.

Watch where you walk: Threatened species has home under world's highest tides

The Atlantic Mud-piddock is a threatened species of mollusc and the only one of it's kind in Canada. It only has habitats located in the Minas Basin.

Nova Scotia's Perkins House set to reopen after 6 years of repairs

The restoration of Perkins House in Liverpool cost the province $2.3 million — about three times higher than the original estimate of $500,000 to $700,000.

Olympic dream on hold after injury sidelines North Preston's Daneesha Provo

North Preston's Daneesha Provo hoped to play basketball for Canada at this summer's Olympics in Tokyo, but an Achilles tendon injury will keep her out. She is now looking forward to another chance in 2024.

Tracking Halifax's history: Tram tracks, cobblestone uncovered on Spring Garden Road

A streetscaping project has offered a glimpse into how Haligonians once travelled through the city's historic downtown, as cobblestone and long-buried streetcar tracks were unearthed Friday.

COVID-19 rules curtail end-of-year celebrations, leaving students frustrated

When schools reopened across the province, some students expected to be able to have a normal graduation and prom this year. But that's not the case, and it has led to some frustrations.

Nova Scotia organization opens doors for girls in skilled trades

Techsploration, a grassroots organization based around the empowerment of girls in grades 9-12, has had to make adjustments to deal with pandemic restrictions

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