Stories by Adam Inniss

Adam Inniss

Adam Inniss is a Halifax-based writer from Guelph Ontario. He works as the News Editor for the Dalhousie Gazette and occasionally writes reviews for Dominionated music blog.

Dr. Robert Strang and Premier Tim Houston update Nova Scotians on the efforts to combat COVID-19 in the province on Jan. 19.

COVID-19 Update: Three deaths, 8 new hospital admissions, 11 discharges

'Please do your part to prevent another loss,' says Strang

1 day ago

A grocery store in Halifax sports empty shelves. The price of groceries rose 5.7 per cent, the largest increase since 2011. Stats Canada attributes this to poor weather conditions in farming regions and supply chain issues.

Canada’s inflation rate rises to 4.8 per cent

Prices of groceries, home insurance, and appliances all rising, Statistics Canada reports

2 days ago

Dr. Robert Strang takes questions at a COVID briefing in November.

COVID-19 UPDATE: One death, 13 hospitalizations, eight discharges

Strang reminds province 'COVID-19 persists as a very real threat'

3 days ago

Reminders to wear masks and provide proof of vaccinations outside of the entrance at a Halifax pub. Police have charged 13 people in the Halifax area over the past week for not complying with public health orders.

Two in Nova Scotia charged for breaking COVID-19 health restrictions

RCMP charge men for refusing to wear masks in Upper Tantallon business

3 days ago

The province is entering an agreement with massive tech company Cognizant, hoping to bring jobs and economic growth.

Big tech company Cognizant expanding to Nova Scotia

Province says new operation could create up to 1,250 jobs, earning firm $27 million rebate

3 days ago

Nova Scotia will spend $37 million on various climate change projects, the government announced Monday.

Nova Scotia spends $37.3 million on climate change projects

Some projects aim to curb climate emissions, some are to prepare for disaster

4 days ago

Premier Tim Houston speaks at a COVID-19 update on Nov. 17.

COVID-19 update: Four deaths, 15 hospital admissions, 12 discharges

73 people in hospital with COVID-19; 70 were admitted during Omicron wave

4 days ago

A booster shot against COVID-19 is administered on Monday. People 18 and older can now register for a booster appointment in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia drops eligibility age for COVID-19 booster to 18

Province ramps up vaccine effort to provide third shots for younger demographic

4 days ago

The province is committing to a minimum wage increase by April 1, as suggested by the minimum wage review committee, but not all the committee's suggestions are a sure thing

Province commits to 40 cent minimum wage increase

Nova Scotia to hike minimum wage to $13.35 in April; rate could reach $15 by 2024

1 week ago

Health committee chair Trevor Boudreau thanks CUPE regional president Nan McFadgen for her testimony. McFadgen had just said the province not raising wages of long-term care workers drives her “bananas.” The province's standing committee on health met on Tuesday.

Nurses union head Hazelton pleads for action on long-term care staff shortage

Union leaders propose more hours of care and higher wages to solve crisis

1 week ago