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Home Heating Assistance Applications Now Available

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first_imgLow- and modest-income Nova Scotians may now apply for home heating assistance under the province’s Heating Assistance Rebate Program. The Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP) offers a cash rebate of up to $200 for eligible applicants who heat their homes with oil, electricity, wood, propane, wood pellets, natural gas, or coal. Families with net annual incomes under $42,000 and single people under $27,000 qualify for the rebate. “The rebate program will help more than 70,000 Nova Scotians heat their homes, making life more affordable this winter,” said Ramona Jennex, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. “I encourage anyone who thinks they may be eligible, to apply for the rebate.” More than 54,000 applications were mailed to recipients of last year’s rebate to encourage them to apply for home heating assistance. However, they must meet all program requirements for this year to receive the rebate. Applications are available at Access Nova Scotia centres, MLA offices, Department of Community Services’ offices, online at www.homeheatinghelp.ca , or by calling 1-800-670-4357. It may take up to six weeks for completed applications to be processed and eligible Nova Scotians to receive the rebate.last_img read more

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Brave Romanian baker hits terrorist over the head with crate before giving

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first_imgHe said: “Oh my God, it is a terrorist attack here.“The terrorists cut the people on the streets.”He was then heard asking for a weapon so he could protect the injured from further attack.People have since praised the brave chef, with one saying “I believe Florin is a hero for bravely attacking one terrorist and for being ready to continue the fight”.Another said: “You have my respect.” He said when he went outside and saw two people stabbing others, he at first “froze” and didn’t know what to do. But then he went and hit one of the attackers on the head with a crate.”There was a car with a loudspeaker saying ‘go, go’ and they (police) threw a grenade…. and then I ran.”In an interview for ProFM, a Romanian radio station, Mr Morariu said that he now feared he could be the target of a revenge attack.“I don’t want any money and I didn’t want to be a hero. The only thing I want now is to be given some protection,” he explained. “Frankly, I’m disappointed. I tried to do good; to do the right thing, but no-one from the police has called me to discuss security.” A Romanian chef sheltered 20 people in his bakery and hit one of the #LondonBridge attackers on the head with a crate. This is London.— ᴊᴀᴄᴋ ᴍᴏᴏʀᴇ جاك (@JFXM) June 4, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “They said ‘It’s a terrorist attack,’ and ‘Can’t you see people are dead’ but I walked out the door,” he told the radio station.Mr Morariu said that when he saw an attacker stabbing someone he first thought about fleeing, but decided against it because he thought he might be caught.“So I took a crate and threw it at the attacker and then ran towards him and used the other crate to hit him on the head.”He added that when he saw that “people were desperate,” he let about 20 people into the bakery and pulled the shutters down.In a video posted on social media, he filmed the aftermath of the attack as he raced through Borough Market.center_img A Romanian chef thought on his feet when he hit an attacker over the head with a crate and let 20 terrified people into the bakery where he works during the terror attack on Borough Market.Florin Morariu has been hailed on social media as a hero after taking in the people and apprehending the attacker.The baker, who works at the Bread Ahead bakery in the market, told The Associated Press: “We were looking out of the window because we saw that everyone was agitated, everyone was running, people, women… they were fainting, falling and we went outside to see what was happening.” Shout out to the Romanian chef who sheltered 20 people… and then whacked one of the terrorists with a crate. https://t.co/DOFYFOxEdk pic.twitter.com/Prr5geZkPG— Chris McCall (@Dennynews) June 4, 2017 The baker, who was working a night-shift when the terrorists struck, said that people had tried to stop him leaving the relative security of the bakery to confront the terrorists with his two bread crates.last_img read more

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