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AUCUN NOUVEAU CAS DE COVID-19, ET LES GROUPES DE SOUTIEN PEUVENT ACCUEILLIR PLUS DE PERSONNES

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), dom 24 gennaio 2021 Aujourd’hui 23 janvier, il n’y a aucun nouveau cas à signaler. La Nouvelle-Écosse compte 20 cas évolutifs de COVID-19. « Les gens de la Nouvelle-Écosse peuvent être fiers du travail qu’ils font pour que le nombre de cas reste faible, a......
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NO NEW CASES, SUPPORT GROUPS ABLE TO INCREASE SIZE

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), dom 24 gennaio 2021 No new cases are being reported today, Jan. 23. Nova Scotia has 20 active cases of COVID-19. “Nova Scotians can be proud of the work they’re doing to keep our case numbers low,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “We need to stay......
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FOUR NEW CASES OF COVID-19, VARIANT CASES IDENTIFIED, STATE OF EMERGENCY RENEWED

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), sab 23 gennaio 2021 Four new cases of COVID-19 are being reported today, Jan. 22. Nova Scotia has 22 active cases. One case is in Central Zone and is related to travel outside of Atlantic Canada. The person is self-isolating, as required. Two cases are......
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QUATRE NOUVEAUX CAS DE COVID-19 SIGNALéS, CAS DE LA VARIANTE DU VIRUS DéCELéS, éTAT D’URGENCE PROLONGé

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), sab 23 gennaio 2021 Aujourd’hui 22 janvier, quatre nouveaux cas de COVID-19 sont signalés. La Nouvelle-Écosse compte 22 cas évolutifs. Un cas a été dépisté dans le secteur du centre et est lié à un voyage à l’extérieur du Canada atlantique. La personne est en......
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PUBLIC HEALTH RESTRICTIONS EXTENDED

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), sab 23 gennaio 2021 Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, announced today, Jan. 22, that most public health restrictions will be extended until at least Feb. 7. “We are still in the middle of a severe second......
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SUPPORT FOR CAPE BRETON CRAFT SECTOR

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), sab 23 gennaio 2021 Invest Nova Scotia is supporting the growth of the Cape Breton craft sector by increasing access to local artisans’ products and encouraging crafters from outside the province to relocate to the island. Invest Nova Scotia is providing more than $311,000 over......
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PUBLIC INPUT ON DRIVER TRAINING, INSPECTION AND DEALER LICENCING REGULATIONS

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), ven 22 gennaio 2021 Government continues to seek input on Traffic Safety Act draft regulations. Nova Scotians can now provide feedback on proposed regulations that will outline the rules for businesses and people who are licensed to sell and inspect vehicles, as well as for......
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DEPUTY PREMIER KAREN CASEY THANKED FOR YEARS OF SERVICE

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), ven 22 gennaio 2021 Premier Stephen McNeil thanked deputy premier Karen Casey for her years of service after Ms. Casey announced today, Jan. 21, that she will not reoffer in the next election. “Minister Casey has played an integral role in government and our return......
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NEW FOIPOP PORTAL LAUNCHES

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), ven 22 gennaio 2021 Nova Scotians have a new, easy and secure online portal to submit and receive Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPOP) requests. Launched today, Jan. 21, the new portal allows the public to submit information requests, track the progress of......
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COUNTRY HARBOUR FERRY OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL MAY

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(AGENPARL) – NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA), gio 21 gennaio 2021 The Country Harbour ferry in Guysborough County is out of service due to mechanical problems. “This is disappointing news, especially during a year that has already been hard,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Lloyd Hines. “We had hoped the old......

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