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NS Has the Gold Standard of Testing Capacity

NS Has the Gold Standard of Testing...

NS Has the Gold Standard of Testing Capacity

NS Has the Gold Standard of Testing Capacity

Nova Scotia continues to increase testing for the COVID-19 virus. The Chief Medical Officer says, “I really believe we have the gold standard of testing capacity.”
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Future of Oxford Town Hall in Question

Future of Oxford Town Hall in Question

Future of Oxford Town Hall in Question

Future of Oxford Town Hall in Question

A report provided to town council raises expensive questions about where Oxford can gather or provide services to residents.
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Frustrated Doctor Says This is Serious

Frustrated Doctor Says This is Serious

Frustrated Doctor Says This is Serious

Frustrated Doctor Says This is Serious

Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer is growing frustrated with people who refuse to follow the public health measures and Dr. Robert Strang says this is driving the spread of this disease.
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Nova Scotia Records First COVID Death

Nova Scotia Records First COVID Death

Nova Scotia Records First COVID Death

Nova Scotia Records First COVID Death

A woman in her 70s has died from complications of COVID-19. It is the first death from the coronavirus recorded in Nova Scotia.
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Morning Talk Interviews at 2-8-2

Morning Talk Interviews at 2-8-2

Morning Talk Interviews at 2-8-2

Morning Talk Interviews at 2-8-2

Morning Talk interviews are now on Six Rivers Radio throughout the day.
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COVID Expected to Peak by Month End

COVID Expected to Peak by Month End

COVID Expected to Peak by Month End

COVID Expected to Peak by Month End

Nova Scotia suffered its largest single day increase in COVID-19 infections since the pandemic began. Thirty-one new positive tests were recorded yesterday to a total of 293.
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Health Care Workers Receive Welcome Surprise

Health Care Workers Receive Welcome...

Health Care Workers Receive Welcome Surprise

Health Care Workers Receive Welcome Surprise

Health care workers at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre received a pleasant surprise last week with delivery of some home made chilli and cake for dessert.
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Everywhere School Ideal for the Self-Isolated

Everywhere School Ideal for the...

Everywhere School Ideal for the Self-Isolated

Everywhere School Ideal for the Self-Isolated

Are the kids getting a little antsy at home? Does the word ‘boredom’ come up a little more than you like?
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Correction to COVID Estimates for Cumberland County

Correction to COVID Estimates for...

Correction to COVID Estimates for Cumberland County

Correction to COVID Estimates for Cumberland County

There has been a significant update to the story we reported last Wednesday (available HERE).
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Premier Supports Police Ticket Enforcement

Premier Supports Police Ticket...

Premier Supports Police Ticket Enforcement

Premier Supports Police Ticket Enforcement

“We have to stay home and we’ll expand enforcement if we have to.” That’s the view of Premier Stephen McNeil from his Sunday press conference, broadcast live on Six Rivers...

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Farmers Market Rises on Pugwash Waterfront
Bill Martin
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Farmers Market Rises on Pugwash Waterfront

A bright blue roof stands as testament to a new beginning for the Pugwash Farmers’ Market. Construction is well under way at the market site on Durham Street, next to the Library in the ‘Old Train Station’.

A more permanent facility, the front facing kiosks will house 24 stalls, providing protection from the elements, especially the winds off the harbour. Previously, vendors had to wrestle with the wind under pop-up tents.

The Market Coop is anxious to get started on the season. While completion of the building project is still a few weeks away, the stalwart vendors will set-up in the parking area each Saturday morning.

The new kiosks will also open other possibilities for the market site. The president of the coop says the facilities may also be used for other purposes and other days of the week. Many Burgess-Graham says the layout lends itself to fundraising efforts, displays, movie nights, or even an outdoor dance.

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