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Schools closed for hurricane Dorian clean-up

All public schools in Nova Scotia will be closed on Monday, Sept. 9. Based on the recommendation of the Emergency Management Office, schools will be closed to ensure students and staff remain safe as the clean-up after hurricane Dorian continues. Officials are continuing to assess all schools and ensure that buildings and properties are safe...

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Nova Scotia Power update on hurricane Dorian

HALIFAX – According to Nova Scotia Power, across Nova Scotia, the damage caused by hurricane Dorian has been severe. Nova Scotia Power crews have been assessing the extent of the damage and are now working to restore power all across the province. Restoration times are being updated this morning, as crews begin making repairs in...

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EMO: Be prepared

Regional Emergency Management Office in Pictou County is advising the public in Pictou County that a winter storm warning and wind warning is in effect today for Pictou County and other parts of eastern Canada. With the incoming weather warnings it is important to plan ahead, check weather throughout the next 24 hours. Hazardous winter...

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