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2 new cases March 7

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2 new cases March 7

Nova Scotia's COVID-19 numbers on Sunday.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 7/21


5 sure things for International Women’s Day

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5 sure things for International Women’s Day

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By SEYITAN MORITIWON, Mar 7/21


A whole bunch of Halifax musicians get ECMA noms

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A whole bunch of Halifax musicians get ECMA noms

Rose Cousins and Classified lead the pack for the East Coast Music Awards in May.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 7/21


6 cases but none of them particularly scary on March 6

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6 cases but none of them particularly scary on March 6

Nova Scotia’s Saturday COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 6/21


2 new cases March 5 in Nova Scotia’s emergency year

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2 new cases March 5 in Nova Scotia’s emergency year

The province’s latest official COVID-19 numbers as of Friday.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 5/21


First look at Boyd’s Pharmasave on Agricola Street

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First look at Boyd’s Pharmasave on Agricola Street

Opening a community pharmacy is a lifelong dream for Greg Richard.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 5/21


35 of Canada’s best hockey players are in Halifax this week

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35 of Canada’s best hockey players are in Halifax this week

Fingers crossed they’ll be back in May to compete in the IIHF Women’s World Championship.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 4/21


3 new cases plus 1 more person in hospital March 4

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3 new cases plus 1 more person in hospital March 4

Nova Scotia's latest official COVID-19 numbers as of Thursday.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 4/21


Strankin ends 1-month Halifax lockdown after a week

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Strankin ends 1-month Halifax lockdown after a week

Nova Scotia’s pandemic power duo turns off the COVID-19 circuit breaker.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 4/21


Nova Scotia’s vaccine rollout continues to have technical difficulties

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Nova Scotia’s vaccine rollout continues to have technical difficulties

The booking site went down on day one, when 500 people tried to load it at once.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 4/21


Love and devastation

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Love and devastation

It's easier for a couple to stay monogamous when fewer things "count" as cheating.

By DAN SAVAGE, Mar 4/21


Your horoscope for the week March 4-10

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Your horoscope for the week March 4-10

By ROB BREZSNY, Mar 4/21


The Dish: Korean fried chicken at Backoos

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The Dish: Korean fried chicken at Backoos

Sweet and spicy, this ain't the Colonel's KFC.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 4/21


UPDATED: Why the Halifax lockdown <del>might be</del> got lifted early

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UPDATED: Why the Halifax lockdown might be got lifted early

Top doc Strang credits low case numbers and record amounts of COVID-19 testing.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 4/21


3 new cases and another testing record March 3 🏆

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3 new cases and another testing record March 3 🏆

Nova Scotia's official COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 3/21


First look at Fiends Collective’s new digs

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First look at Fiends Collective’s new digs

Opening today in Dartmouth, the relocated witches studio is bigger, with better accessibility.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 3/21


Fantastic at saving plastic

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Fantastic at saving plastic

Tare Shop’s zero-waste efforts have diverted over 130,000 bags from the landfill.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Mar 3/21


1 new case, more variants and hospitalizations March 2

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1 new case, more variants and hospitalizations March 2

Nova Scotia's official COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 2/21


The five most expensive capital items budgeted for 2021/22

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The five most expensive capital items budgeted for 2021/22

No shortage of good ideas, just a shortage of dolla billz.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 2/21


Coburg Road home approved for heritage status

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Coburg Road home approved for heritage status

The land the house is on cost $350 back in 1886.

By CAORA MCKENNA, Mar 2/21


1 new, 35 active cases on Monday, March 1

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1 new, 35 active cases on Monday, March 1

Nova Scotia's official COVID-19 numbers.

By KYLE SHAW, Mar 1/21


COVID-19 cases and news for the March&nbsp;1 week

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COVID-19 cases and news for the March 1 week

Brief stories about C19 cases and new infections in Halifax and Nova Scotia, updated often.

Updates by TEAM COAST, Mar 1/21


COVID-19 cases and news for the February 22 week

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COVID-19 cases and news for the February 22 week

Brief stories about C19 cases and new infections in Halifax and Nova Scotia, updated often.

Updates by TEAM COAST, Feb 28/21


New premier, new cases, new restrictions for Halifax

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New premier, new cases, new restrictions for Halifax

Earlier closing for restaurants, no sports or arts events, and HRM gets locked down for travel.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 26/21


The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

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The Dish: Kam-Moon's fava bean falafel

This Egyptian version of the chickpea-based vegetarian mainstay is a 'pea-free zone.

By VICTORIA WALTON, Feb 25/21


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