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Approximately $120 million u2014 or half of the overall funding u2014 will be earmarked for people in Atlantic Canadian provinces, where using oil for home heating is much more common.”,”show”:””,”mediaid”:”c5939250-353b-11ed-9025-0242ac110003″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/3ivn9jf5n8-ducztx9zkv/TH_HOME_HEATING_vms.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”National,News,home heating,home heating affordability,Atlantic,Steven Guilbeault,Guilbeault,Minister of Environment,Canada,energy prices,energy costs,fuel,gas,Low Carbon Economy Fund,Environment,New Brunswick,Halifax”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/3ivn9jf5n8-ducztx9zkv/TH_HOME_HEATING_video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”152.207″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Thu, 15 Sep 2022 21:16:35 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9132891/feds-announce-250-million-for-home-heating-affordability-across-canada/”,”cleanTitle”:”Feds+announce+%24250+million+for+home+heating+affordability+across+Canada”,”videoPostId”:9132891,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”,”Environment”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”,”National”,”New Brunswick”],”iabCategories”:[“Business and Industrial”],”iabTags”:[“Atlantic Canada”,”Atlantic Ocean”,”Canada”,”Carbon”,”Climate”,”Climate change”,”Low-carbon economy”,”Minister of Environment and Climate Change”,”News”,”Oil”,”Ottawa”,”Steven Guilbeault”]},{“title”:”Global News at 6 Halifax: Sept. 14″,”description”:”Global News at 6 Halifax from Sept. 14, 2022.n”,”show”:”Global News at 6 Halifax”,”mediaid”:”e84dd298-3477-11ed-b75c-0242ac110006″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/0777fxa2cs-8g2ilop424/TILE_at_6.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,Global News at 6 Halifax,Canada,Nova Scotia,Nova Scotia News,Halifax News,Dartmouth,Dartmouth News,Full Newscast”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/0777fxa2cs-8g2ilop424/web_HALIFAX_SEPT14_video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”701.986″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:54:47 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9130006/global-news-at-6-halifax-sept-14/”,”cleanTitle”:”Global+News+at+6+Halifax%3A+Sept.+14″,”videoPostId”:9130006,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”]},{“title”:”Family member of N.S. shooting victim says more witnesses should testify”,”description”:”A family member of a Nova Scotia mass shooting victim says the Mass Casualty Commission should be calling more witnesses to the stand. Scott McLeod says questions are left unanswered around what police knew about Alert Ready during the shooting u2013 and about alleged police interference. Graeme Benjamin reports.”,”show”:””,”mediaid”:”07ccd532-3474-11ed-90d0-0242ac110007″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/tmu9dgd4nm-60x06zf9yu/web_MCC_POLICE_ACCOUNTABILITY__BENJAMIN_.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,nova scotia shooting,nova scotia shooting inquiry,mass casualty commission,nova scotia rcmp,mass shooting inquiry,Crime,Canada”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/tmu9dgd4nm-60x06zf9yu/web_MCC_POLICE_ACCOUNTABILITY__BENJAMIN__video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”119.002″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:27:19 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9129864/family-member-of-n-s-shooting-victim-says-more-witnesses-should-testify/”,”cleanTitle”:”Family+member+of+N.S.+shooting+victim+says+more+witnesses+should+testify”,”videoPostId”:9129864,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”,”Crime”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”],”iabCategories”:[“Law and Government/Public Safety/Crime and Justice”,”Law and Government”,”Law and Government/Public Safety”,”Sensitive Subjects”],”iabTags”:[“Alert Ready”,”Mass shooting”,”Nova Scotia”,”Shooting”]},{“title”:”Who gets the National Day of Mourning off in Nova Scotia?”,”description”:”Across Canada, provinces have laid out plans to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her funeral Monday. In Nova Scotia, that means schools and provincial and federal government offices will have a holiday u2013 but it doesnu2019t apply to everyone. Amber Fryday spoke to Haligonians to see how they feel about the decision.”,”show”:””,”mediaid”:”ef9726de-3473-11ed-9752-0242ac110002″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/0uyokk4iua-dsvfpnrhh8/web_HFX_STAT_DAY_REACTION__FRYDAY_.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,national day of mourning,holiday,provincial holiday,queen elizabeth II,labour,queen elizabeth Ii death,Canada”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/0uyokk4iua-dsvfpnrhh8/web_HFX_STAT_DAY_REACTION__FRYDAY__video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”120.744″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:26:37 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9129870/who-gets-the-national-day-of-mourning-off-in-nova-scotia/”,”cleanTitle”:”Who+gets+the+National+Day+of+Mourning+off+in+Nova+Scotia%3F”,”videoPostId”:9129870,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”],”iabCategories”:[“Hobbies and Leisure”,”Hobbies and Leisure/Special Occasions/Holidays and Seasonal Events”,”Hobbies and Leisure/Special Occasions”],”iabTags”:[“Canada”,”Elizabeth II”,”Halifax, Nova Scotia”,”Mourning”,”National day of mourning”,”Nova Scotia”]},{“title”:”Fall River residents raise concerns about possible impact of development on water supply”,”description”:”A planned seniorsu2019 housing and nursing home development in Fall River has some residents concerned their water supply may be threatened. The seniorsu2019 complex is proposing to dump effluent into Thomas Lake where about 11 households get their drinking water. As Alicia Draus reports, local residents are calling for the province to put a stop to the plan.”,”show”:””,”mediaid”:”db4da73e-3473-11ed-9965-0242ac110006″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/ycudot3oe3-hhmliakn7w/web_LAKE_THOMAS_PIPE__DRAUS_.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,thomas lake,seniorsu2019 home,nursing home,water supply,development,drinking water,Environment,Canada”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/ycudot3oe3-hhmliakn7w/web_LAKE_THOMAS_PIPE__DRAUS__video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”119.467″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:25:53 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9129859/fall-river-residents-raise-concerns-about-possible-impact-of-development-on-water-supply/”,”cleanTitle”:”Fall+River+residents+raise+concerns+about+possible+impact+of+development+on+water+supply”,”videoPostId”:9129859,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”,”Environment”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”],”iabCategories”:[“Business and Finance”,”Science/Chemistry”,”Business and Finance/Economy”,”Science/Environment”,”Food and Drink”,”Medical Health”,”News and Politics”,”News and Politics/Politics”,”Science”,”Technology and Computing”],”iabTags”:[“Drinking”,”Drinking water”,”Effluent”,”Fall River, Massachusetts”,”Nursing”,”Nursing home”,”Water supply”]},{“title”:”Global News at 6 Halifax: Sept. 13″,”description”:”Global News at 6 Halifax from Sept. 13, 2022.”,”show”:”Global News at 6 Halifax”,”mediaid”:”d5581a58-33ab-11ed-a694-0242ac110007″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/c27q62hq6n-h0kbj0qn9n/TILE_at_6.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,Global News at 6 Halifax,Canada,Nova Scotia,Nova Scotia News,Halifax News,Dartmouth,Dartmouth News,Full Newscast”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/c27q62hq6n-h0kbj0qn9n/web_HALIFAX_SEPT13v2_video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”621.935″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:34:08 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9126863/global-news-at-6-halifax-sept-13/”,”cleanTitle”:”Global+News+at+6+Halifax%3A+Sept.+13″,”videoPostId”:9126863,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”]},{“title”:”Death of Queen Elizabeth prompts discussions about Crown-Indigenous relations”,”description”:”King Charles III ascending to the throne is being viewed by some Indigenous people in Canada as an opportunity for the Crown to right historic wrongdoings. 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Acclaimed battle rapper Pat Stay was fatally stabbed in downtown Halifax a week ago. As Callum Smith reports, the police investigation is continuing, but family of another homicide victim in 2016 believes it all could have been prevented.”,”show”:””,”mediaid”:”8ef4e74e-32e3-11ed-92b3-0242ac110002″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/8xstdj0sud-9m0zfkooal/web_PAT_STAY_MURDER_CHARGE__SMITH_.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,Pat Stay homicide,Pat Stay,Adam Drake,first-degree murder,Halifax stabbing,Crime,Canada”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/8xstdj0sud-9m0zfkooal/web_PAT_STAY_MURDER_CHARGE__SMITH__video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”119.63″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Mon, 12 Sep 2022 21:40:11 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9123957/man-facing-first-degree-murder-charge-in-homicide-of-rapper-pat-stay/”,”cleanTitle”:”Man+facing+first-degree+murder+charge+in+homicide+of+rapper+Pat+Stay”,”videoPostId”:9123957,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”,”Crime”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”],”iabCategories”:[“Law and Government/Public Safety/Crime and Justice”,”Law and Government”,”Law and Government/Public Safety”,”Sensitive Subjects”],”iabTags”:[“Callum Smith”,”Halifax, Nova Scotia”,”Homicide”,”Murder”]},{“title”:”Global News at 6 Halifax: Sept. 12″,”description”:”Global News at 6 Halifax from Sept. 12, 2022.”,”show”:”Global News at 6 Halifax”,”mediaid”:”7bd2fff8-32e2-11ed-bf36-0242ac110006″,”image”:”https://i0.wp.com/media.globalnews.ca/videostatic/news/lztqmmkciu-cblbv769zs/TILE_at_6.jpg?w=848&quality=70&strip=all”,”keywords”:”Halifax,News,Global News at 6 Halifax,Canada,Nova Scotia,Nova Scotia News,Halifax News,Dartmouth,Dartmouth News,Full Newscast”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://globalnewsdigitalvideo.corusdigitaldev.com/news/lztqmmkciu-cblbv769zs/web_HALIFAX_SEPT12_video.mp4″,”type”:”mp4″}],”metadata”:{“duration”:”607.458″,”chapterStartTimes”:””,”chapterEndTimes”:””,”airDate”:”Mon, 12 Sep 2022 21:32:42 GMT”,”clipType”:”clip”,”network”:””,”ns_st_pr”:””,”ns_st_tep”:””,”ns_st_cl”:””,”ns_st_cmt”:””,”ns_st_ci”:””,”ns_st_tpr”:””,”ns_st_sn”:””,”ns_st_ct”:””,”ns_st_tdt”:””,”ns_st_tm”:””},”legacyfeed”:false,”descriptionUrl”:”https://globalnews.ca/video/9123938/global-news-at-6-halifax-sept-12/”,”cleanTitle”:”Global+News+at+6+Halifax%3A+Sept.+12″,”videoPostId”:9123938,”videoCategories”:[“Canada”],”videoRegions”:[“Halifax”]},{“title”:”Construction industry says Halifax noise complaint changes are not the right move”,”description”:”Halifax councillors voted to curb construction noise an hour and a half earlier on weeknights, to address a growing number of noise complaints. 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Posted September 16, 2022

With more than 100,000 people on the family doctor waitlist in Nova Scotia, the pressure is mounting on emergency departments across the province. That pressure can be especially hard on rural hospital teams who are sometimes forced to turn patients away because of staff shortages. But as Alexa MacLean reports, resilience and innovation are the keys to keeping rural care afloat.



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