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Hospitals · Halifax Regional Municipality

13 COVID-19 deaths reported this week

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Nova Scotia reported 13 additional deaths linked to COVID-19 in the most recent weekly epidemiology report. The number of hospitalizations also continues to decline, said the province in Thursday’s release. There were 40 new hospital admissions in the week ending May 23, down from the 59 reported last week.See the Story
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia · Dartmouth

Dartmouth transitional home for vulnerable women in ‘desperate’ need of repairs - Halifax

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A century-old home in Dartmouth that houses women coming out of incarceration is in desperate need of repairs. Dawn Corkum, the property manager for the Elizabeth Fry Society, said the aging home is falling into disrepair. Corkum said the most immediate need is to make upgrades to the facility's communal kitchen.See the Story
Halifax, Nova Scotia · Halifax

Nova Scotians affected by specialized baby formula shortage - Halifax

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Some store shelves are bare and purchase limits are in place for baby formula at many major retailers in Halifax. The temporary closure of a large Abbott Laboratories manufacturing plant in Michigan is what triggered the shortage of formula. Health Canada said it is aware of the current global supply constraints on baby formula and its working to mitigate possible impacts here in Canada.See the Story
Halifax, Nova Scotia · Halifax

Halifax police search for man who exposed himself in Dartmouth drive-thrus - Halifax

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Halifax Regional Police are searching for a man after receiving two reports about indecent acts in Dartmouth early Friday morning. Police say they responded shortly after 7 a.m. to a report of an indecent act in the drive-thru of the McDonalds restaurant at 144 Main St. in Dartmouth. A very similar incident as reported earlier, was given to police in where a man exposed himself to staff at the Tim Hortons restaurant. Police suspect the same individual may be involved.See the Story
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia · Dartmouth

Police investigating indecent acts at two drive-thru locations

Police are investigating two indecent acts that occurred in Dartmouth earlier this morning. On May 27, 2022 at approximately 7:06 a.m. police responded to a report of an indecent act in the drive thru of the McDonald’s restaurant located at 144 Main Street in Dartmouth. A man was seen exposing himself to staff while waitingSee the Story
Halifax, Nova Scotia · Halifax

You can vote now for best actor in a new Screen Nova Scotia award

Wildhood and Kill Your Masters cast members top the list of 11 nominees for the 2022 Groundbreaking Performance Award. On Saturday, June 18 the Screen Nova Scotia Awards will be back in person after two pandemic years of happening online. Guests will pack into Schooner Ballroom at Casino Nova Scotia for a night of celebrating the talent within Nova Scotia's film, television and animation industries.…See the Story
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia · Dartmouth

Youth steals knife from store, uses it to rob store employee

Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in Dartmouth this afternoon. At approximately 12:25 p.m. police responded to a robbery that occurred at the Dollarama at 650 Portland Street. A male youth entered the store, stole a knife, and threatened a staff member with the knife demanding her phone. The suspect then fled the storeSee the Story
Black Lives Matter · Halifax

Halifax will repaint Black Lives Matter murals again in 2022

The lettering along Brunswick and Ochterloney Streets will be refreshed at the end of July. Two years ago this week, George Floyd was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer. He wasn’t the first person of colour to be killed by police, and he wasn’t the last.…See the Story
Halifax, Nova Scotia · Halifax

On the final day of cop Nicole Green’s hearing, race enters the discussion

Lots of people were angry after a three-vehicle traffic incident on Quinpool Road, and several people disobeyed police orders, but only one person got tasered. Friday was the last day of the Nova Scotia Police Review Board convened for Nicole Green, the Halifax Regional Police constable who tasered a man on Quinpool Road in December 2019.See the Story

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