Anjuli Patil


Anjuli Patil is a reporter and occasional video journalist with CBC Nova Scotia's digital team.

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Some residents displaced by Halifax-area wildfire allowed to return home

An emergency alert just after 4 p.m. on Friday stated an evacuation order for parts of the Tantallon area, including Lucasville Road, St. George Boulevard and the Stillwater Lake area has been lifted.

Halifax-area evacuees visit destroyed homes for first time as wildfire burns for 5th day

Residents whose homes have been damaged or destroyed in a wildfire that continues to burn out of control outside Halifax were given the chance to see their properties Friday on bus tours of the charred and burned out landscapes.

Nova Scotia wildfire restriction roundup — what's allowed and what's not

As wildfires continue to grow in the province, there are a number of restrictions and limitations in place to help efforts to contain them.

Case of Cape Breton man missing for 4 years added to rewards program

The case of a missing man from Cape Breton has been added to Nova Scotia's major unsolved crimes reward program.

Nova Scotia reports 1 death in final weekly COVID-19 update

The province categorized the single death as "previously unreported," meaning it most likely occurred within the last weeks or months. The province will move to monthly COVID-19 updates on its dashboard moving forward.

Groups call for midwifery training in Atlantic Canada

Nova Scotia's standing committee on community services was told Tuesday that a school for the region could help fill vacancies and meet demand for midwife care in the region.

Boy, 15, charged with attempted murder in stabbing at Dartmouth fair

Halifax Regional Police say the teen was arrested after he turned himself in at police headquarters on May 13.

Nova Scotia reports 4 deaths in latest COVID-19 update

All of the deaths were previously unreported, meaning they most likely occurred within last weeks or months.

Nova Scotia reports 12 deaths in latest COVID-19 update

All deaths were previously unreported, meaning they most likely occurred within last weeks or months.

Nova Scotia vaccination records accessible online

VaxRecordNS will list information since 2008, like school immunizations, some early childhood vaccinations such as MMRV and COVID-19 vaccinations.