Province has two school-based cases of COVID-19

Nova Scotia has reported two cases of COVID-19, the first cases associated with schools. One person at Graham Creighton Junior High in Cherry Brook and one person at Auburn Drive High in Cole Harbour tested positive for COVID-19. Both are self-isolating at home. Public health will be in touch with close contacts as part of...

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At-home learning to take place while schools remain closed until at least May 1

Students will find a new way of learning since schools across the province will remain closed until at least May 1. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Zach Churchill sent a notice to parents on Monday informing them of the closure during these “extraordinary times.” To keep students learning for the next four weeks, an...

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Teachers rally against government’s planned changes of system

TRURO – While 20 selected teachers from the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board met with the education minister Monday afternoon, even more rallied outside the school where they were meeting. Cherie Abriel, a current junior high school teacher with 29 years in the education system, was one to speak at the rally outside the Truro Junior...

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Premier names new Cabinet

Nova Scotia’s new Executive Council is in place after Premier Stephen McNeil and 16 other cabinet ministers were sworn in during a ceremony at Pier 21 in Halifax today, June 15. “I am excited to get to work with this team and Nova Scotians from one end of this province to the other to build...

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