COVID-19: N.S. records 32 new cases, resumes notifications for school cases

According to the province, a man in his 70s in Northern Zone has died from COVID-19.
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Jury deliberates Jussie Smollett’s fate in alleged fake hate crime case
The lawyers' closing arguments capped just over one week of testimony in the case against the former ``Empire'' actor over allegations he faked an attack on him in 2019.
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Search for Saskatoon woman missing for almost a year moves to Calgary
Calgary police believe the woman, who was last seen in Saskatoon almost a year ago, may have been recently spotted around the city.
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Over half a million fewer surgeries have been performed since start of COVID-19: report
The report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information found surgeries unrelated to COVID-19 fell by about 35,000 per month on average.
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Thunder hold on to beat Raptors 110-109, win 2nd straight
TORONTO (AP) — Mike Muscala made a go-ahead 3-pointer with nine seconds remaining and the Oklahoma City Thunder held on to beat the shorthanded Toronto Raptors 110-109 on Wednesday night.
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Stakeholders talk challenges of crime, public perception, vacancies in downtown Saskatoon
Improving Saskatoon's downtown could include changing perspectives around the safety there by finding services to better help people, and attracting more businesses.
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St. Catharines, Ont. council approves plan for single transit system in Niagara Region
St. Catharines joins Niagara Falls and Fort Erie in pushing for an integrated bus service for all 12 municipalities in Niagara Region.
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Forests minister 'knocked to the ground' while walking home
The premier’s office said Conroy is recovering from minor injuries.
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Trio of New Democrat MPs sign petition criticizing B.C. NDP government in Wet’suwet’en dispute
The MPs joined 15 former federal candidates and around 1,000 NDP grassroots members saying they are ``angered'' by actions toward Indigenous protesters opposing a gas pipeline.
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