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Friday May 31st 2019 


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Student vaccinations will not be made mandatory in Nova Scotia. Education Minister Zach Churchill says while the province urges parents to vaccinate their children, the Department of Health has concerns about enforcing it. Instead Churchill says the Education Department is working on improving the way it tracks information about vaccines.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-student-vaccinations-new-brunswick-measles-1.5155942


A high school teacher from the Valley has pleaded guilty to 1 count of sexual exploitation in relation to a teenage girl who used to be a student in his class. 39 year old David Harrison had an intimate relationship with the girl that lasted from 2013 to 2015. The victim had moved on with her life but heard rumours he was grooming another girl at the Northeast Kings Education Centre and called police.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/annapolis-valley-teacher-guilty-sexual-exploitation-1.5155882


A new overnight shelter has opened in Dartmouth and it’s the first of its kind for the city. It’s located in the gym of the Sonlife Community Church on Windmill Road and has beds for men, women and children. The shelter will opens its doors at 9:00PM to anyone seeking a warm, safe place to sleep and will close at 7:00AM the following morning.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/dartmouth-gets-first-overnight-shelter-1.5154565


Hot Sports,
NBA Finals,
Raps take the first game of the series against the Warriors 118-109
Majors,
Jays were off last night
Bo Sox & the Yankees were postponed due to rain


 

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