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Educate, Unite and Celebrate Community.That's the theme for the 2018 Nova Scotia African Heritage Month.Vanessa Fells with the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre says this year's message is...

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Ten per cent of people diagnosed with anorexia will be dead within 10 years.Tomorrow kicks-off Eating Disorder Awareness Week.Executive Director of Eating Disorder NS Michelle Boyd says they're...

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You might want to check and see if you have any Farmer's dairy products in your fridge, there is another recall.This is for the Farmers, Northumberland and Natrel brands.The Canadian Food...

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Education Minister Zach Churchill says it was necessary to issue a directive to the seven English school boards, removing much of their authority. The boards must now seek permission from the...

Post date: January 30, 2018

A vigil was held last night in Yarmouth to mark the first anniversary of the Quebec mosque massacre. Six men were murdered as they gathered to worship. Two dozen people gathered at town hall as...

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The province has just announced which NSLC outlets will be first to sell cannabis.Nine locations across the province will retail products in July.But depending where you live in the South Shore, you...

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Not every student can afford breakfast.The John C. Wickire Academy spends $400 a month to make sure each student has access to a healthy meal.Part of that funding came from a program that's now...

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Youth programs across Queens county will have to find a new source of funding.After 27 years, the Queens County Crime Prevention Association is folding.It was first formed in 1991 to help keep youth...

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Going once, going twice, sold.Health Services Foundation of the South Shore are gearing up for their second-annual online auction.It takes place on the 31st as a pre-cursor to the Radiothon...

Post date: January 30, 2018

Change is in the works at the Clearwater Scallop processing plant in Lockeport.Pierce Fisheries Ltd. will no longer be producing bacon-wrapped and enrobed Argentine scallops.Vice President of Global...

Post date: January 29, 2018

A long-time Lunenburg County municipal councillor has died.Maria de Vries served on council from 1976-1991.She passed away Friday at South Shore Regional Hospital at age 74.The Kingsburg resident was...

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The doors will be staying open at Big Brothers Big Sisters of the South Shore.The organization was close to shutting down last year.An emergency call was put out and the organization hoped to raise $...

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Residents of the South Shore should brace for more winter weather.A snowfall warning has been issued by Environment Canada.Fifteen to 25 cm is expected this evening and overnight tonight.Winds will...

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A vehicle was found burnt and abandoned on a gravel road over the weekend.Between 7:30 and 11 p.m. on Saturday the brown 2016 Honda CRV was moved from where it was parked in an open area on Lawrence...

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The removal of seven English speaking elected school boards was one of 11 recommendations adopted by the province from a report on education administration by expert Dr. Avis Glaze. Zach Churchill...

Post date: January 29, 2018

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