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Glace Bay Emergency Department to be closed for over a month

The Nova Scotia Health Authority has announced the Glace Bay Hospital’s emergency department will close for over a month starting Tuesday. According to the Nova Scotia Health Authority’s website, the Glace Bay emergency department will close on Tuesday, April 16 at 4 p.m. and remain closed until Wednesday, May 29 at 7 a.m. For six full...
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Liberals hightail it out of a damaging Spring sitting

Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Houston says the Liberal government is rushing out of the Legislature following a damaging Spring sitting. Houston is disappointed the Liberals would rather hurry through a budget and the passing of important legislation simply to evade having a spotlight on their members and further demonstrating their refusal to be honest with Nova...
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Paon Introduces Time of Remembrance Act

Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon introduced a bill today, on the 102nd anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, that designates November 1st to 11th as a time to remember the dedication and sacrifice of veterans and members of the Canadian Forces. “I am proud and humbled to introduce the Time of Remembrance Act,” Paon said....
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End roadblocks for doctor recruitment says Lohr

PC Caucus calls on Federal government to stop putting up obstacles to recruit healthcare professionals in rural Nova Scotia

PC Caucus calls on Federal government to stop putting up obstacles to recruit healthcare professionals in rural Nova Scotia

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MacMaster introduces Resolution to remember Cassidy Bernard

Today Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster introduced a Resolution in the House of Assembly today to remember the late Cassidy Bernard. Bernard was found dead in October inside her home at We’koqma’q First Nation. Her death is under RCMP investigation. “I introduced this resolution to ensure Cassidy is not forgotten, as well as, take this opportunity to acknowledge...
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