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Teachers, union decry working conditions and a lack of substitutes

Wednesday, 30, November, 2022

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Teachers and the head of their union told a legislature committee Tuesday COVID-19 and flu infections have exacerbated the shortage of substitute teachers. They said children — particularly those who need extra help — are paying the price.



Atlantic ChiCan investment in Nova Scotia lobster business tops $45M

Wednesday, 30, November, 2022

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Clark's Harbour Seafood is set to open a new $15-million lobster processing facility this month, as the China-focused exporter brings its investment on Cape Sable Island in southwest Nova Scotia to more than $45 million.



Cape Breton Regional Police Service chastised by province's privacy commissioner

Wednesday, 30, November, 2022

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Nova Scotia's information and privacy commissioner is concerned after Cape Breton Regional Police failed to respond to a freedom of information request in August.



What a public inquiry revealed about the Nova Scotia mass shooting

Tuesday, 29, November, 2022

What a public inquiry revealed about the Nova Scotia mass shooting

A look at what unfolded behind the scenes on the day of and days following the 2020 tragedy in Portapique, N.S., where a lone gunman masqueraded as a police officer and killed 22 people, including a pregnant woman, in five rural communities over a period of 13 hours. CBC Halifax's Angela MacIvor reports.



Parts of Nova Scotia could be in store for damaging wind, heavy rain Wednesday night

Tuesday, 29, November, 2022

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Environment Canada is warning a swath of the province, including the Halifax area, may be in store for heavy rainfall and winds of up to 100 km/h from Wednesday night to Thursday morning.




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