Taryn Grant

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Taryn Grant is a Halifax-based reporter and web writer for CBC Nova Scotia. You can email her with tips and feedback at taryn.grant@cbc.ca

Latest from Taryn Grant

Court orders Nova Scotia to enter mediated talks with Northern Pulp

The press secretary for Premier Tim Houston says the province is 'disappointed' in the decision and considering options for next steps.

New taxes on non-Nova Scotian homeowners met with mixed reviews

New measures to target the province’s housing crunch, introduced with the PC government’s first budget, are receiving mixed reviews from those who work in and study the market.

Fertility treatment just got more affordable in Nova Scotia, but wait-times remain long

Patients and clinicians are applauding the province's new tax rebate for fertility treatment and surrogacy, but another big challenge remains: long wait-times.

Black community centre in Digby County gets $3M boost from province

A community centre imagined more than a decade ago by a Black community group in Digby County is one big step closer to reality with an injection of $3 million from the provincial government.

Nova Scotia releases largest ever capital plan, topping $1.5B

The Progressive Conservative government’s first capital plan is the largest in the Nova Scotia’s history, with a total of more than $1.5 billion in spending, primarily on hospitals, highways and schools.

Protecting vulnerable isthmus joining N.S. and N.B. will cost hundreds of millions: report

A newly completed study looking for ways to protect the vulnerable strip of land that connects mainland Nova Scotia to New Brunswick, and the rest of Canada, presents three options, all estimated to cost hundreds of millions of dollars.

N.S. woman with rare cancer pushed past misdiagnoses to access care

Ashley Nightingale says she had to persistently self-advocate before receiving a diagnosis of Stage 3 inflammatory breast cancer, a rare and aggressive form of the disease.

Accuracy check shaves names off doctor wait-list, but more than 85,000 remain

The list of Nova Scotians looking for a primary care provider shrank this month for the first time in nearly two years, despite a record number of people adding their names.

Carpooling takes on greater appeal for commuters as gas prices soar

With gas prices hovering around record highs, some Nova Scotians are looking to cut down on the cost of their commutes by sharing rides.

Decision on proposed wind farm delayed as N.S. environment minister seeks more info

Tim Halman says he doesn't have enough information to approve a proposal for what could be Nova Scotia's largest wind farm.

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