Anjuli Patil is a reporter and occasional video journalist with CBC Nova Scotia's digital team.
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Province's turkey producers brace for COVID-19 impact
People who raise and sell turkeys in Nova Scotia are concerned how COVID-19 will affect Thanksgiving this year.
N.S. health officials keeping eye on growing N.B. COVID-19 cases
Despite a spike in cases of COVID-19 in parts of New Brunswick, the Nova Scotia government announced on Friday it wouldn't be making any changes in its border policies with the neighbouring province.
Some Canadians making permanent move to Atlantic bubble over COVID-19
Many Canadians are looking east with envy these days as the number of COVID-19 cases remains low compared to the rest of the country. Now, some are going the extra step and making a permanent move here.
Advance voting up for Halifax election despite glitches
The municipality says 50 per cent more people have voted in advance compared to the same period last election.
Officer charged with assault after Black teen's arrest at Bedford mall
A Halifax Regional Police officer has been charged with assault after the arrest of a 15-year-old Black boy outside Bedford Place Mall in February. The boy recorded his arrest as it happened on his mobile phone.
Meet Nukumi, the great white 'proper matriarch' tagged off N.S.
The U.S.-based shark research team Ocearch tagged their largest great white in the Northwest Atlantic so far and named her after a Mi'kmaw grandmother figure.
'Logjam situation': Help on the way for congested Port of Halifax
Two container vessels are en route to Halifax to clear away some of the backlog at the port. Factors that led to the backlog include a strike in Montreal and the COVID-19 pandemic.
N.S. conflicts commissioner considers Mark Furey review in mass killing inquiry
Over the summer, the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party asked Justice Joseph P. Kennedy to review whether the justice minister — a former Mountie — should be involved in the public inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass killing.
Highway 104 near Oxford at low risk for sinkhole: report
The geotechnical study of a section of the Trans-Canada Highway found the threat of sinkholes is low provided the province continues to regularly monitor for ground movement and take additional measures to control water run-off from the highway and its ramps.
Rising rent leaves Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame homeless
Hall of fame president Bruce Rainnie says the search is on for a larger, more affordable space.