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Mother of murder victim worries about resurgence of gun violence after weekend shootings in Halifax area

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HALIFAX --
Two shooting incidents in the Halifax area on the weekend have people talking about the amount of gun violence in the city.
There was no shortage of police near Mulgrave Park on Sunday night after reports of gunfire and a dark-coloured sedan speeding-away from the scene.
When a 25-year-old man turned-up in hospital with a gunshot wound 20 minutes later, the matter became even more serious.
"I just heard three shots, and then I heard two cars going out behind each other, like kind of taking off fast out of the parking lot here," said area resident Lynn Ozon.

'Extremely moving' sculpture honouring N.S. mass shooting victims unveiled in Truro

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TRURO, N.S. --
Wayne Smith has been creating sculptures for years, but his latest one is close to his heart.
The Broken Heart Sculpture was finished last June, but only unveiled over the weekend at Victoria Park in Truro.
The sculpture stands three-and-a-half metres tall and weighs 680 kilograms. The names of those lost in the tragedy, including that of an unborn child, are displayed on the piece.
"One of the hardest things, difficult things emotionally to do was the day before we brought it down was on a Friday was to put the names of all the people including my stepson Corrie," said Smith. "The emotions were very heavy that day."

Major land claim settlement reached with First Nation in northwest New Brunswick

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The federal government and the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation in northwest New Brunswick have reached a major land claim settlement.

Class-action suit alleges sexual assault at University of New Brunswick health clinic

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FREDERICTON --
Lawyers have filed notice seeking a class-action lawsuit against the University of New Brunswick and a physician over alleged sexual assaults committed at the university's student health centre.
The notice filed Monday claims the representative plaintiff -- who is a female student at the university -- was subjected to sexual assault by Dr. Manoj Bhargava during appointments for psychiatric treatment.
"The plaintiff alleges the defendant physician requested she wear loose clothing, or remove articles of clothing and underwear, so that her heart rate and blood pressure could be obtained," according to the statement of claim.
"The plaintiff alleges that the defendant physician obtained her heart rate and blood pressure often times by non-consensual sexual contact."

Full-time delay for N.B. high school students should be permanent: NBTA

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SAINT JOHN, N.B. --
A delay in returning New Brunswick high school students to full-time in-person learning should lead to the plan being scrapped altogether, according to the New Brunswick Teachers' Association.
The full-time return was supposed to happen Monday, replacing the one-day-on, one-day-off system that students had been under. The plan was postponed on Saturday with rising numbers of COVID-19 variants in the province.
The provincial government said it would revisit the decision during the week of April 26, adding its conclusion would be based on advice from Public Health.
"Changing the system again in May is just going to be a huge strain on everyone in the system when you have the end of the year right on the horizon," NBTA president Rick Cuming said on Monday.

N.L. NDP launches constitutional challenge of election results, calls for new vote

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Newfoundland and Labrador's New Democrats are challenging the constitutionality of the province's recent election, claiming irregularities were so numerous and severe that a new election must be held.

N.S. reports seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday; 46 active infections remain

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HALIFAX --
Nova Scotia reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
All of the new cases are in the Central Zone, which includes the Halifax Regional Municipality. Five of the cases are related to travel outside Atlantic Canada and the other two are close contacts of previously reported cases.
"Today's numbers are a reminder of the importance of being tested and continuing to adhere to the public health protocols," said Premier Iain Rankin. "By doing so we are limiting the spread of COVID-19 and keeping ourselves and our community safe."
N.S. CASE DATA
On Sunday, Nova Scotia Health Authority’s labs processed 1,984 tests.

Cyber crime becoming more prevalent during pandemic, experts warn

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MONCTON, N.B. --
With more people working from home throughout the pandemic, cyber crime is on the rise.
Cyber criminals are constantly finding more advanced ways to attack Canada's most vulnerable, says the CEO of a company offering to help train people in order to prevent some of those cyber attacks.
"Business has never been better for criminals," said David Shipley, the CEO of Beauceron Security.
Shipley is a cybersecurity expert who says small- to mid-sized businesses have been cyber criminals’ main target during the pandemic because they are the most vulnerable.
"Those that are still open, governments, hospitals, higher education, K-12 schools, have been bearing the brunt of that activity, as criminals continue to try and make the money they made before the pandemic," Shipley says.

Airports feeling wind under their wings after announcement PAL Airlines will expand flights

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Airports around here are hoping the addition of flights by PAL Airlines is a sign of recovery for the aviation industry, which has been hit hard by the pandemic.

Debating the bubble; questions remain as Atlantic bubble scheduled to reopen next week

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As a COVID-19 outbreak continues in New Brunswick’s Edmundston region, some are asking whether the Atlantic provinces should reconsider the reopening of the Atlantic bubble, scheduled for next Monday.

P.E.I. reports three new COVID-19 cases related to travel; seven active infections remain

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Prince Edward Island is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

Nova Scotia reports five new COVID-19 cases Sunday, active cases down to 40

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Health officials in Nova Scotia are announcing five new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, with the active total now at 40 – a decrease since Saturday’s 43.

One dead, one hospitalized after Fredericton Junction, N.B. car crash: RCMP

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HALIFAX --
The New Brunswick RCMP says a man has died, and a woman is in hospital after a car crash in Fredericton Junction, N.B.
Police say at around 2:30 a.m. Saturday, the Oromocto RCMP responded to a crash on Sunbury Drive.
A 44-year-old man from Vespa, near Upper Tracy, was rushed to hospital where he later died.
Police say a 25-year-old female passenger was also taken to hospital, where she remains.
The RCMP says they believe the vehicle left the road, crashing into a tree.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Oromocto RCMP, or Crime Stoppers.

New Brunswick reports nine new COVID-19 cases Sunday, long list of potential exposures

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Health officials in New Brunswick are reporting nine new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, and eleven potential public exposures.

Bursary to honour Mount Allison alumna who died in Nova Scotia mass shooting

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Just ahead of the first anniversary of the Nova Scotia mass shooting, a friend of one of the victims is working to make a lasting legacy in her memory.

Increased concern about mental health impacts of pandemic: advocates

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The New Brunswick chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association says they’re working on more research to see how the pandemic is affecting Atlantic Canadian’s mental health.
Executive director Christa Baldwin says data was collected in the spring and fall of 2020, which showed stress, anxiety and suicidal thoughts were on the rise.
"When we talk about that, that means someone is thinking about suicide or thoughts of self-harm. It’s not necessarily attempting suicide," she said. "So, that has increased from prior to the pandemic, from two per cent, to six per cent in the spring, and 10 per cent in the fall."

Nova Scotia student suspended after posting photo online says she's back in class

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A Nova Scotia high school student suspended for bringing attention to someone wearing a shirt at her school that she found offensive, says the disciplinary penalty has since been revoked.

New Brunswick hospital handling brunt of COVID-19 outbreak sees ICU capacity strain

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Health officials in northwestern New Brunswick have released a status report on the hospital that is bearing the brunt of a COVID-19 outbreak in the region.

RCMP: Kayaker finds body on Navy Island, N.B.

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The New Brunswick RCMP says a kayaker found a body on Navy Island, near St. Andrews, N.B. Saturday afternoon.

Two people taken to hospital after apartment fire in Charlottetown

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Two people were taken to hospital after an apartment fire on Prince Edward Island on Monday.

Plenty of construction in Saint John city core

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SAINT JOHN, N.B. --
You don't have to go far to see cranes, heavy equipment, and other signs of construction in Saint John's city core these days.
Several high-profile and large-scale residential developments are now being built in the uptown peninsula amid a surge in demand.
Ground has now been broken on a major mixed-income housing development that's been years in the making -- a 48-unit apartment complex called The Wellington in Saint John's city core.
"It's been in concept now for probably about three years and, so,within the last month we've began construction on it," Lisa Keenan, the presidentof Saint John Non-Profit Housing."We're putting in a foundation; we're working away on it and hopefully within 18 to 22 months the building will be complete."

Coast guard ship to be renamed after two people who signed Friendship Treaty of 1752 between Mi'kmaq and N.S.

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HALIFAX --
The name Edward Cornwallis is once again being removed from a place of honour -- this time, from a Canadian Coast Guard ship.
Some say this is another important step towards reconciliation, given Cornwallis' role in the treatment of the Mi'kmaq during the early history of our country.
Daniel Paul's phone rang on Easter weekend, he got the news he'd been waiting to hear.
"They called me up on Easter Sunday and told me," Paul said. "I knew it was gonna happen."
A representative from the federal fisheries minister's office told the Mi'kmaw elder that the CCGS Edward Cornwallis had a new name.

Welcome to the 'phigital' world, where the physical and the digital are combined

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HALIFAX --
A lot of people seem to be talking about them these days, with some big names making big bucks for selling them.
While you can buy and own a non-fungible token (NFT), it’s not something you can hold in your hands, but it’s what some say is the next step in the evolution of our digital world.
"Digital art is becoming more of an asset and I would like to be able to take part in that particular new future," said artist Amruta Dnyanmote.
That new future doesn’t just mean putting their works online, it means turning their works into non-fungible tokens.

Two dead after fishing boat sinks off coast of Cape Breton: First Nation

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HALIFAX --
According to the Elsipogtog First Nation, two crewmembers from a fishing boat that sank off the coast of Cape Breton have died.
A Facebook post from the First Nation says the two people were among the five crew members working aboard the FV Tyhawk, which capsized off the west coast of Cape Breton on Saturday.
Elsipogtog First Nation Chief Ruth Levi told CTV News the community is grieving.
"It's very sad," said Chief Levi. "The community's very somber. We lost two community members -- well we consider one a community member."
Levi says one of the deceased was a member of the Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq First Nation in New Brunswick, but had close ties to Elsipogtog.

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