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Details around Nova Scotia shooting rampage inquiry in final stages:minister

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's justice minister says work on the details of a joint federal-provincial inquiry or review into the mass killing that claimed 22 lives in April is in its final stages.

Nova Scotia reports one new death from COVID-19, bringing total to 61

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is reporting one new death as a result of COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths in the province since the pandemic began to 61.
Excitement, caution as bars and restaurants set to reopen in Nova Scotia

Excitement, caution as bars and restaurants set to reopen in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — Businesses such as bars, restaurants and barber shops are poised to reopen Friday across Nova Scotia, after being closed for nearly three months because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Nova Scotia's top doctor cautions for 'appropriate expectations' for reopening

HALIFAX — Nova Scotians need to have "appropriate expectations" as the province moves to reopen sectors of its economy on Friday, the province's chief medical officer of health says. Dr.
Joint inquiry or review of mass killing taking shape, N.S. justice minister says

Joint inquiry or review of mass killing taking shape, N.S. justice minister says

HALIFAX — There will be a joint federal-provincial inquiry or review into the mass killing in April that claimed 22 lives in rural Nova Scotia, but the exact form of that investigation is still taking shape, the province's justice minister says.
Drone retrieves human remains, pieces of navy helicopter that crashed off Greece

Drone retrieves human remains, pieces of navy helicopter that crashed off Greece

HALIFAX — The Canadian Armed Forces has ended a mission to retrieve the wreckage of Stalker 22, a Cyclone helicopter that went down off the coast of Greece in April with six military members on board.
Northwood seeks private rooms after COVID tragedy, but will N.S. fund the fix?

Northwood seeks private rooms after COVID tragedy, but will N.S. fund the fix?

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's largest nursing home is planning for a future of private rooms to keep residents safe, but it has taken a wrenching pandemic death toll to create the shift — and it remains unclear whether government will fund a long-term fix.

Class action proposed at N.S. long term care home where 53 died from COVID-19

HALIFAX — A Halifax law firm is proposing a class action lawsuit against a Nova Scotia long-term care facility where 53 people have died from COVID-19, claiming normal standards of care weren't met to protect against infection from the virus.

Nova Scotia reports no new cases of COVID-19, keeping total at 1,057

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia will reopen its licensed child care centres and family daycare homes June 15, Premier Stephen McNeil announced Tuesday as the province reported no new cases of COVID-19 for the third time in five days.
Joint federal-provincial inquiry into N.S. mass shooting a good option: top expert

Joint federal-provincial inquiry into N.S. mass shooting a good option: top expert

HALIFAX — As pressure mounts on the federal and Nova Scotia governments to call an inquiry into one of the worst mass killings in Canadian history, the country's leading scholar on inquiries says Ottawa and the province should do the right thing and
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