The number of hospital patients with bedsores rose dramatically in the third quarter of 2018 however the Nova Scotia Health Authority says year over year the numbers are actually dropping.
A number of Halifax firefighters spent Saturday putting together care packages and delivering them to those in need.
The Transportation Committee has recommended Council call for a feasibility study on outfitting a number of buses with free WiFi for its passengers.
The blaze began just before 1 a.m. at a residence on Quartz Drive.
The Don’t Be A Prick campaign started by the Waste Resource Association of Nova Scotia has reached thousands in the first few days of its launch.
The IWK and their board of directors is currently reeling from a scandal that saw charges laid against two high-ranking executives.
An overview of MLA expenses between April and September of 2018 shows an average of $31,000 per member, with some of the province’s farthest-travelling members over and above that by 50 per cent.
A Bedford gym held a special Father’s Day workout that raised money in honour of the RCMP officers killed in the Moncton shooting.
Businesses in the north end of Halifax are unhappy about the city’s proposal to increase bus traffic and reduce parking on Gottingen Street.
As the Halifax Urban Greenway project moves toward its next phase the city provided plan info and took resident feedback at an open house Thursday night.