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Parents say kids who need one-on-one support being left behind in online learning
Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin said last week he's heard from the minister and deputy minister of education that remote learning is 'going well,' but some parents of students who require additional supports at school say their children are falling between the cracks.
Cape Breton company's 'bid shopping' complaint deemed valid
Trade tribunal finds prejudice in the tendering process, but no evidence federal department acted in bad faith.
3 people injured in overnight stabbing in Dartmouth
Three people are injured after a stabbing in Dartmouth early Thursday. Halifax Regional Police were called to an altercation near the intersection of Portland Street and Prince Arthur Avenue at 1:55 a.m.
Provincial officials say untaxed Richmond County properties may already be taxed
Officials with the Property Valuation Services Corporation and Nova Scotia Land Registry are reviewing a list of more than 50 properties that Richmond County's deputy warden says are not on the tax roll.
'Visibility is everything': Task force leader talks diversity in N.S. hockey
The head of a task force that examined diversity and inclusion within Hockey Nova Scotia said he hopes the group's work encourages young players from diverse communities to pick up a hockey stick.
Man, 22, dies after Dartmouth shooting Wednesday
N.S. pauses AstraZeneca rollout, citing concerns over blood clots
Here are all the potential COVID-19 exposure sites in Nova Scotia
Rankin denies claim he had previous warning about staffer's behaviour
Nova Scotians who miss work due to COVID-19 may be eligible for paid sick days
CBC Nova Scotia News May 12, 2021
High-end cars stolen from Eastern Passage business
Canso spaceport secures $10.5M, aims for first launch next year
New data shows steep drop in shopping, transit use during N.S. COVID-19 lockdown
N.L. firm's battery-powered fishing boat wins $500K efficiency competition