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Nova Scotia pushing Health Canada over cannabis shortage: minister - CTV News
Nova Scotia pushing Health Canada over cannabis shortage: minister  CTV News

Nova Scotia's finance minister says she will be firing off another letter to Health Canada to register the province's concerns over a growing shortage of cannabis.




How a missing cat from Nova Scotia ended up in Montreal - CTV News
How a missing cat from Nova Scotia ended up in Montreal  CTV News

A Nova Scotia woman accidentally shipped her cat to Montreal, but didn't realize the mistake until she got a call from the Purolator.




Colchester County players selected to Team Nova Scotia for Canada Games | Truro News - Truro Daily News
Colchester County players selected to Team Nova Scotia for Canada Games | Truro News  Truro Daily News

TRURO, N.S
? A pair of Colchester County players have been named to the Nova Scotia Canada Games men's hockey team
Truro defenceman Tanner ...




Inverness? MacPhail named to Nova Scotia?s Canada Winter Games roster - Cape Breton Post
Inverness? MacPhail named to Nova Scotia?s Canada Winter Games roster  Cape Breton Post

INVERNESS, N.S
? Cape Breton West Islanders goaltender Kenzie MacPhail was named to Nova Scotia's Canada Winter Games team on Tuesday.




Nova Scotia male Canada Games hockey team named - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Nova Scotia male Canada Games hockey team named  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Hockey Nova Scotia announced the roster for the male hockey team that will represent the province at next year's Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta.




LIVING THE DREAM: New Minas speed skaters on track to represent Nova Scotia at 2019 Canada Games | The Spectator - The Spectator
LIVING THE DREAM: New Minas speed skaters on track to represent Nova Scotia at 2019 Canada Games | The Spectator  The Spectator

KENTVILLE, NS - A need for speed and a desire to constantly learn and improve has two New Minas skaters on track to compete at the Canada Games.




Critics sound alarm over proposed oil and gas exploration around Sable Island - CBC.ca
Critics sound alarm over proposed oil and gas exploration around Sable Island  CBC.ca

Environmental, fishing and tourism groups say offshore exploration will threaten the ecologically sensitive island.




18 new doctors from abroad to start practising in Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
18 new doctors from abroad to start practising in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's immigration minister says the province has recruited 18 new doctors from abroad as part of its effort to deal with the physician shortage.




2 Nova Scotians honoured with Order of Canada in Ottawa - CBC.ca
2 Nova Scotians honoured with Order of Canada in Ottawa  CBC.ca

Two Nova Scotians received the Order of Canada on Tuesday, which honours contributions they have made to national life
Jocelyn Downie, a Dalhousie ...




Crew rescued after fishing boat sinks off Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Crew rescued after fishing boat sinks off Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Three crew members are safe after their fishing boat sank late Thursday night off Pubnico, N.S.
A nearby fishing boat, the Angela O, rescued the trio after they ...




Nova Scotia not out of the dark yet as powerful storm continues - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia not out of the dark yet as powerful storm continues  CBC.ca

Tens of thousands of Nova Scotia Power customers are without electricity as a winter storm works its way through the north of the province, while the risk of storm ...




MJardin Group Granted Cannabis Cultivation License by Health Canada for Nova Scotia Facility - Financial Post
MJardin Group Granted Cannabis Cultivation License by Health Canada for Nova Scotia Facility  Financial Post

DENVER ? MJardin Group, Inc
(?MJardin? or the ?Company?) (CSE:MJAR), a leader in cannabis management, is pleased to announce that the recently opened ...




Nova Scotia looks to keep redfish quota as other provinces want in - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia looks to keep redfish quota as other provinces want in  CBC.ca

A Nova Scotia seafood company is urging the federal government to wait several years before starting a large-scale commercial harvest for redfish in the Gulf of ...




A Nova Scotia Professor Is Engineering The Perfect Christmas Tree - HuffPost Canada
A Nova Scotia Professor Is Engineering The Perfect Christmas Tree  HuffPost Canada

Dalhousie University's Raj Lada is hard at work creating 'smart' trees for Christmas 2019.




Canada's Nova Scotia miners call for better control of radon exposure - MINING.com
Canada's Nova Scotia miners call for better control of radon exposure  MINING.com

The body representing the mining industry in Canada's Nova Scotia province is calling on governments and companies to do a better job of managing project ...




Watch: CBC Feed Nova Scotia Day - CBC.ca
Watch: CBC Feed Nova Scotia Day  CBC.ca

Join CBC Radio's Mainstreet for CBC's Feed Nova Scotia Day as we celebrate the season and collect food and funds in support of Feed Nova Scotia.




Nova Scotia decision regarding alcohol could be example to others - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia decision regarding alcohol could be example to others  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's decision to removes limits of how much alcohol can be brought into the province for personal consumption could inspire other provinces to do the ...




Royal Canadian Air Force base in Nova Scotia getting energy efficiency upgrades - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Royal Canadian Air Force base in Nova Scotia getting energy efficiency upgrades  TheChronicleHerald.ca

HALIFAX ? The largest Royal Canadian Air Force base on the East Coast is getting $20 million in environmental upgrades
The Defence Department says 102 ...




Chiropractor accused of professional misconduct now facing competency hearing - CBC.ca
Chiropractor accused of professional misconduct now facing competency hearing  CBC.ca

A controversial chiropractor from Halifax is facing a competency hearing next month with her profession's regulator
A committee of the Nova Scotia College of ...




Nova Scotia mother of trafficked teen recalls 'every parent's worst nightmare' - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia mother of trafficked teen recalls 'every parent's worst nightmare'  CBC.ca

A Nova Scotia woman whose daughter was trafficked for sex has a message for any parent whose child has fallen into the same trap: never give up on your ...




Nourish Nova Scotia pushing for a national school food program through online campaign - HalifaxToday.ca
Nourish Nova Scotia pushing for a national school food program through online campaign  HalifaxToday.ca

The advocacy group is calling on the federal government to invest in healthy food for youth.




Nova Scotia rights advocates to tell UN committee of women's 'non-state torture' in Canada - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Nova Scotia rights advocates to tell UN committee of women's 'non-state torture' in Canada  TheChronicleHerald.ca

OTTAWA ? Canada needs a special criminal charge to cover extended campaigns of physical and emotional abuse that amount to torture, say two Nova Scotia ...




Ellen Page says Nova Scotia government needs to 'step up right now' over pulp mill controversy - TheSpec.com
Ellen Page says Nova Scotia government needs to 'step up right now' over pulp mill controversy  TheSpec.com

HALIFAX?Ellen Page needs more than 280 characters to talk about Northern Pulp
The Hollywood actress from Halifax has taken to Twitter in recent weeks to ...




Teachers would face criminal checks every 5 years under changes to N.S
law - CBC.ca
Teachers would face criminal checks every 5 years under changes to N.S
law
  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's education minister plans to bring in stricter reporting protocols to ensure officials know when teachers face criminal investigations, a move that ...




Micro-loans a 'shining star' helping Nova Scotia immigrants chase their dreams - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Micro-loans a 'shining star' helping Nova Scotia immigrants chase their dreams  TheChronicleHerald.ca

The main drive to come here was the knowledge that Canada is a great country, a land of opportunity that will let you excel, and it's full of good people
All this ...




The enduring mystery of Nova Scotia's two unidentified bodies - CBC News
The enduring mystery of Nova Scotia's two unidentified bodies  CBC News

In 27 years there have only been two bodies in Nova Scotia that have gone unidentified.




Nova Scotia Express Entry category reopens for new applications - Canada Immigration News
Nova Scotia Express Entry category reopens for new applications  Canada Immigration News

Nova Scotia briefly reopened one of its most popular Express Entry-linked immigration categories for up to 225 new applicants on November 17
Known as ...




How Donald Trump boosted Nova Scotia's lucrative lobster industry - CTV News
How Donald Trump boosted Nova Scotia's lucrative lobster industry  CTV News

Canada's largest and most lucrative lobster fishery is slated to get started Saturday off Nova Scotia's southwest coast, where about 5200 fishermen are geared ...




The resilience of North Preston, Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
The resilience of North Preston, Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Now or Never brings you to North Preston, Nova Scotia
It's Canada's largest and oldest black community ? a place where history runs deep, and where people ...




'Absolutely ridiculous': N.S
community puts traditional Santa tour on ice - CTV News
'Absolutely ridiculous': N.S
community puts traditional Santa tour on ice
  CTV News

The death of a four-year-old girl prompted a Nova Scotia community to change its rules for parade floats, which means Santa Claus' traditional tour of Glace Bay, ...




Nova Scotia repairing only ship still afloat to survive Halifax Explosion - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia repairing only ship still afloat to survive Halifax Explosion  CBC.ca

The Nova Scotia government will fund a full restoration of CSS Acadia, a floating national historic site that served during both World Wars and is the only ship to ...




Nova Scotia?s power utility comes under political fire after widespread outage - Toronto Star
Nova Scotia?s power utility comes under political fire after widespread outage  Toronto Star

HALIFAX?Frustrations mounted Thursday in the wake of a widespread power outage that at one point left close to half of Nova Scotia without electricity.




Huh? Travel magazine claims Nova Scotians love Belsnickeling at Christmas - CBC News
Huh? Travel magazine claims Nova Scotians love Belsnickeling at Christmas  CBC News

If a group of misguided, fur-clad Santa Clauses appears on your Halifax doorstep, you likely have Porter to blame
While the airline might not have dropped the ...




Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo - CBC.ca
Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo  CBC.ca

A Halifax photographer has engineered an iconic Atlantic Canadian winter scene: a pickup hockey game set against the backdrop of Peggys Cove at sunset.




Syrian refugee grateful Nova Scotia provides simple, safe life for his family - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Syrian refugee grateful Nova Scotia provides simple, safe life for his family  TheChronicleHerald.ca

I am thankful and grateful to all who live here, for everything that I have here
Halifax has good people, kind people
We live simply and safely.? - Jalaa Ali Jalaa ...




Weather statement predicts snowstorm for Halifax to start next week - Toronto Star
Weather statement predicts snowstorm for Halifax to start next week  Toronto Star

HALIFAX?Haligonians should prepare for a pounding of winter weather to start next week, with a warning from Environment Canada forecasting snow and wind ...




Acadia profs, South Shore brewer collaborate to cultivate Nova Scotia wild yeast - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Acadia profs, South Shore brewer collaborate to cultivate Nova Scotia wild yeast  TheChronicleHerald.ca

There could soon be some extra Nova Scotia *content* to some beer brewed in the province
Researchers at Acadia University have isolated wild Nova Scotia ...




Winter parking ban set to take effect in Halifax - CBC.ca
Winter parking ban set to take effect in Halifax  CBC.ca

Beginning Saturday, the annual winter parking ban takes effect in Halifax
There's no parking allowed on Halifax streets between 1 a.m
and 6 a.m
when there's ...




Lobster fishing season delayed in southwestern Nova Scotia - CBC News
Lobster fishing season delayed in southwestern Nova Scotia  CBC News

Fishermen in southwestern Nova Scotia won't be setting their lobster traps on Monday as planned
The start of the lobster fishing season is delayed due to high ...




Union paying legal bills for teachers charged with crimes against students - CBC.ca
Union paying legal bills for teachers charged with crimes against students  CBC.ca

As five teachers face criminal charges varying from assault to child luring, the Nova Scotia Teachers' Union confirms it covers all legal expenses for ?incidents ...




Cat will be home for Christmas after mistakenly shipped 1,200 km to Montreal - CBC.ca
Cat will be home for Christmas after mistakenly shipped 1,200 km to Montreal  CBC.ca

Baloo, a one-year-old tabby, survived the 17-hour trip to Montreal after crawling into a parcel shipped by his family.




Researchers unravelling the mysteries behind one of Canada's oldest cemeteries - CBC.ca
Researchers unravelling the mysteries behind one of Canada's oldest cemeteries  CBC.ca

Researchers believe there could be more than 2000 people buried at Fort Anne in Annapolis Royal, N.S..




Bank of Nova Scotia earnings rises 8%

with help from international business - Financial Post
Bank of Nova Scotia earnings rises 8%

with help from international business
  Financial Post

TORONTO ? Bank of Nova Scotia reported an 8 per cent rise in fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance at its international ...




Crews re-float sabotaged coast guard ship in Nova Scotia fishing village - CTV News
Crews re-float sabotaged coast guard ship in Nova Scotia fishing village  CTV News

HALIFAX -- The Canadian Coast Guard has refloated one of its ships after it was cut from its cradle at a Nova Scotia shipyard over a week ago
The CCGS ...




Fishing vessel sinks as lucrative lobster season opens off Nova Scotia - CTV News
Fishing vessel sinks as lucrative lobster season opens off Nova Scotia  CTV News

HALIFAX -- A fishing vessel sank Saturday as Canada's largest and most lucrative lobster fisheries opened off Nova Scotia, but all crew members were reported ...




Lobster season off southwest Nova Scotia postponed as rough weather moves in - CTV News
Lobster season off southwest Nova Scotia postponed as rough weather moves in  CTV News

With the weather forecast predicting an ugly mix of wind, snow and rain well into the week, officials decided Monday to further delay the start of the lucrative ...




Child killed by float at Santa Claus parade in Yarmouth, N.S
- CBC News
Child killed by float at Santa Claus parade in Yarmouth, N.S.  CBC News

A four-year-old girl is dead after falling beneath a float Saturday night at a Santa Claus parade in Yarmouth, N.S., police said
"A very tragic incident, very ...




Head of Nova Scotia's ambulance service sounds alarm over own system - CBC News
Head of Nova Scotia's ambulance service sounds alarm over own system  CBC News

Making sure there's an ambulance available to respond to a 911 call, no matter where help is needed in Nova Scotia, has become a minute-by-minute challenge ...




Advocates say access to abortion pill still an issue in Nova Scotia - The Globe and Mail
Advocates say access to abortion pill still an issue in Nova Scotia  The Globe and Mail

Advocates say Nova Scotians' access to the abortion pill remains a major issue, with one student saying she had to wait nearly three weeks because of barriers ...




Lobster season off southwest Nova Scotia postponed again due to bad weather - CBC.ca
Lobster season off southwest Nova Scotia postponed again due to bad weather  CBC.ca

The openings for Canada's largest and most lucrative lobster fisheries have been put off until later this week as harsh weather continue to churn through the ...




Early reports suggest steep decline in lobster catch in southwest N.S
- CBC.ca
Early reports suggest steep decline in lobster catch in southwest N.S.  CBC.ca

The lobster fishery in southwest Nova Scotia is only into the second week of its season, but already fishermen are finding a decreased haul compared to last ...




Ellen Page steps up attack on Nova Scotia pulp mill's effluent pipeline - CBC News
Ellen Page steps up attack on Nova Scotia pulp mill's effluent pipeline  CBC News

Hollywood actor Ellen Page is doubling down on her criticism of a Nova Scotia pulp mill that wants to build an effluent pipeline into the ocean.




Nova Scotia Mountie accused of assaulting his girlfriend - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia Mountie accused of assaulting his girlfriend  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's police watchdog has launched an investigation into a Mountie who's accused of assaulting his girlfriend.




Sobeys, Loblaws, Metro pull romaine lettuce products from shelves due to E
coli threat - CBC.ca
Sobeys, Loblaws, Metro pull romaine lettuce products from shelves due to E
coli threat
  CBC.ca

Canada's three largest grocery chains have pulled all romaine lettuce products from their stores due to the threat of E
coli
On Wednesday, Stellarton ...




Six charged in Nova Scotia drug trafficking investigation - National Post
Six charged in Nova Scotia drug trafficking investigation  National Post

ANNAPOLIS VALLEY, NOVA SCOTIA, Canada ? Six people from Nova Scotia are facing drug trafficking charges following a police investigation in Annapolis ...




Elite Scottish boarding school that taught Prince Charles and other royals plots expansion into Canada - National Post
Elite Scottish boarding school that taught Prince Charles and other royals plots expansion into Canada  National Post

Prince Charles, the heir apparent to Queen Elizabeth's throne, once summarized the years he spent as a teenager at the Gordonstoun boarding school in ...




NHL totem poles called 'blatant cultural appropriation' pulled from some stores - CBC News
NHL totem poles called 'blatant cultural appropriation' pulled from some stores  CBC News

Hockey-themed totem poles have been removed from shelves at nine Lawtons drugstore locations across Nova Scotia, following a complaint that called them ...




Nova Scotia auditor slams lack of oversight, financial controls at IWK hospital - CTV News
Nova Scotia auditor slams lack of oversight, financial controls at IWK hospital  CTV News

HALIFAX -- Nova Scotia's auditor general says he was "shocked and troubled" to find a lack of oversight and basic financial management controls at Atlantic ...




Staff of Parrsboro business getting 'overwhelming' community support - CBC.ca
Staff of Parrsboro business getting 'overwhelming' community support  CBC.ca

The people of Parrsboro, N.S., are organizing a fundraiser to help support the workers of the Glooscap Restaurant and Lounge, the community's only year-round ...




Michelin's future in Nova Scotia secure under new free trade deal, says Freeland - CBC.ca
Michelin's future in Nova Scotia secure under new free trade deal, says Freeland  CBC.ca

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland toured the Michelin Tire plant Wednesday in Granton, N.S., saying the new free trade deal with the United States and ...




Nova Scotia police praise 'heroic' citizens for pulling man from burning car - CTV News
Nova Scotia police praise 'heroic' citizens for pulling man from burning car  CTV News

Nova Scotia police are praising the "heroic" actions of a group of people who pulled a motorist from a burning vehicle on Saturday morning.




Gear Energy, Bank of Nova Scotia, Royal Bank of Canada - BOE Report
Gear Energy, Bank of Nova Scotia, Royal Bank of Canada  BOE Report

Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several Canadian companies, including Gear Energy, Bank of Nova Scotia and Royal Bank of ...




N.S
adolescent mental-health expert Dr
Stan Kutcher appointed to Canadian Senate - Global News
N.S
adolescent mental-health expert Dr
Stan Kutcher appointed to Canadian Senate
  Global News

Dr
Stan Kutcher, a professor of psychiatry at Dalhousie University, has been involved in mental-health work in over 20 countries.




First Nova Scotia prosecution under Westray law begins - CBC.ca
First Nova Scotia prosecution under Westray law begins  CBC.ca

The trial of the first Nova Scotian charged under the so-called Westray law opened Tuesday in a Halifax courtroom, with the prosecution accusing the owner of ...




Police confirm vandalism after Coast Guard ship tumbled into water in N.S
- CBC News
Police confirm vandalism after Coast Guard ship tumbled into water in N.S.  CBC News

The CCGS Corporal McLaren slid from the secured cradle into the water at a Sambro, N.S
shipyard.




Cannabis Canada Daily: Who sold the most pot in Nova Scotia and PEI last month? - Article - BNNBloomberg.ca
Cannabis Canada Daily: Who sold the most pot in Nova Scotia and PEI last month? - Article  BNNBloomberg.ca

Smaller producers top some provincial sales in first month of legal pot
Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are the first two provinces that have reported ...




Some of Nova Scotia's at-risk bird species are down to fewer than 1,000 adults - CBC.ca
Some of Nova Scotia's at-risk bird species are down to fewer than 1,000 adults  CBC.ca

Several bird species are at risk in Nova Scotia, including the piping plover and the chimney swift
Habitat loss is a major factor.




Cape Sable Island hit by 5 fires in less than a month - CBC.ca
Cape Sable Island hit by 5 fires in less than a month  CBC.ca

House fires aren't common on Cape Sable Island, a small community of about 2,220 on the tip of Nova Scotia's southwestern coast
A couple of times a year is ...




Halifax Regional Police to train its own new officers - CBC.ca
Halifax Regional Police to train its own new officers  CBC.ca

The force will launch its new registered career college in January
The executive director of Holland College's Atlantic Police Academy in P.E.I
says his program ...




Winter blast coming for north and northeastern Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Winter blast coming for north and northeastern Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Parts of north and northeastern Nova Scotia will experience a blast of winter Wednesday night into Thursday
According to Environment Canada, some areas ...




Power outages and cancellations as another storm hits Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Power outages and cancellations as another storm hits Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

A second November blast of snow in less than a week is causing cancellations, travel delays and power outages in parts of Nova Scotia.




How living without a pulse gave a Nova Scotia man a second chance at life - CBC.ca
How living without a pulse gave a Nova Scotia man a second chance at life  CBC.ca

When Don Ingram entered the hospital in May 2017, he was told the only way he could survive was to live without a pulse
The left side of his heart had failed.




From Nigeria to Nova Scotia: Remembering Olympic boxer David Defiagbon - CBC.ca
From Nigeria to Nova Scotia: Remembering Olympic boxer David Defiagbon  CBC.ca

The last Canadian boxer to take home an Olympic medal is being remembered as a man who never gave up
David Defiagbon, who lived in Halifax before ...




Tuesday's letters: Nova Scotia needs Alberta's oil money - Edmonton Journal
Tuesday's letters: Nova Scotia needs Alberta's oil money  Edmonton Journal

The writer suggests Alberta is the site of ?ecological devastation.? Hardly
Has he ever been north of Edmonton, where there is pristine wilderness? Or south, for ...




Nova Scotia girl who died in Christmas parade tragedy was 'full of love and life' - The Globe and Mail
Nova Scotia girl who died in Christmas parade tragedy was 'full of love and life'  The Globe and Mail

As residents of a small Nova Scotia town mourn a little girl who was run over by a float in the annual Christmas parade, questions are being raised about safety ...




2 men arrested after highway chase across Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border - CBC.ca
2 men arrested after highway chase across Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border  CBC.ca

RCMP are looking for witnesses after a cross-border highway chase ended in two Riverview men being arrested Tuesday night
At the request of Nova Scotia ...




Nova Scotia advocates to tell UN committee of women?s ?non-state torture? in Canada - Toronto Star
Nova Scotia advocates to tell UN committee of women?s ?non-state torture? in Canada  Toronto Star

Caution: The following *content* contains graphic details
OTTAWA?Canada needs a special criminal charge to cover extended campaigns of physical and ...




Man dies after being struck by truck in north-end Halifax - CBC.ca
Man dies after being struck by truck in north-end Halifax  CBC.ca

Gottingen Street between Uniacke Street and Prince William Street is expected to be closed for some time following a fatal collision.




New $10 bill tells valuable civil rights story, says Viola Desmond's sister - CBC News
New $10 bill tells valuable civil rights story, says Viola Desmond's sister  CBC News

The Viola Desmond $10 bill is set to go into circulation across Canada on Monday
Her sister, Wanda Robson, will be in Winnipeg for the launch.




Swapping coal for natural gas not a solution, warns Ecology Action Centre - CBC.ca
Swapping coal for natural gas not a solution, warns Ecology Action Centre  CBC.ca

Ottawa is encouraging coal-fired plants to convert to natural gas, which would ensure a baseload of electricity is accessible when wind and solar power and ...




St
FX, King's to get millions in extra funding to pay down deficits - CBC.ca
St
FX, King's to get millions in extra funding to pay down deficits
  CBC.ca

St
FX will get $3.95 million and King's will get $2.2 million to be used this fiscal year.




Sale of ServiCom call centre expected before new year, minister says - CBC.ca
Sale of ServiCom call centre expected before new year, minister says  CBC.ca

Business Minister Geoff MacLellan says bankruptcy proceedings involving Servicom's parent company are expected to wrap up within days.




Time lost due to workplace injury increasing in Nova Scotia - Canadian Occupational Safety
Time lost due to workplace injury increasing in Nova Scotia  Canadian Occupational Safety

While fewer injuries are occurring on the job in Nova Scotia, when they do, it's taking longer for workers to return to work
According to WCB Nova Scotia's ...




Schooners, Storm in the lead for name of proposed CFL team - CBC Sports
Schooners, Storm in the lead for name of proposed CFL team  CBC Sports

The contest to name Halifax's proposed CFL team appears to be a "horse race" between Atlantic Schooners and Atlantic Storm, according to a businessman ...




The 'very serious threat' that's coming for Nova Scotia's plants - CBC.ca
The 'very serious threat' that's coming for Nova Scotia's plants  CBC.ca

There are 426 rare species of plants in Nova Scotia, but only 21 are protected by legislation restricting activity around them.




Canada Post strike 'just killing us,' says small business - CBC.ca
Canada Post strike 'just killing us,' says small business  CBC.ca

The operators of a Halifax business that specializes in selling handmade scarves, mittens and aprons online says enterprises like theirs are slowly becoming ...




Suicide victims were turned away at Nova Scotia ERs - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Suicide victims were turned away at Nova Scotia ERs  TheChronicleHerald.ca

?We were always scared this would happen ..
but it's preventable
It's so preventable.? - Sarah-Jane Sajatovich, Anthony Nauss's sister
Anthony Nauss sat in the ...




Payday loan fee drop coming to Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Payday loan fee drop coming to Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Payday loan companies operating in Nova Scotia will be hit by a small cut in what they can charge for their loans ? a defeat for an industry that tried to maintain ...




Radon detectors in high demand at Nova Scotia libraries - CBC.ca
Radon detectors in high demand at Nova Scotia libraries  CBC.ca

One of the most highly sought after items at Nova Scotia public libraries are radon detectors
The libraries, along with the Lung Association of Nova Scotia, made ...




Name for proposed Halifax CFL franchise is Atlantic Schooners - CBC.ca
Name for proposed Halifax CFL franchise is Atlantic Schooners  CBC.ca

Halifax's proposed CFL franchise now has a name ? the Atlantic Schooners
"I'm happy to announce that the 10th team in the CFL will be known as the Atlantic ...




Child's death sparks review of Christmas parade safety measures - CTV News
Child's death sparks review of Christmas parade safety measures  CTV News

HALIFAX -- Several Nova Scotia communities are reviewing safety measures for upcoming holiday parades after Saturday's tragedy in Yarmouth
MaCali ...




Not all Nova Scotia municipalities posting expense details online - CBC.ca
Not all Nova Scotia municipalities posting expense details online  CBC.ca

More than a dozen municipalities in Nova Scotia are lagging behind their counterparts in publicly posting expenses claimed by elected officials under new ...




Wild Atlantic whitefish struggle to survive in Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Wild Atlantic whitefish struggle to survive in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

This is the sixth in a series of stories from CBC's Information Morning about species that are struggling to survive in Nova Scotia, and the people who have ...




As donations drop, PEI Lung Association teams up with Nova Scotia counterpart - CBC.ca
As donations drop, PEI Lung Association teams up with Nova Scotia counterpart  CBC.ca

The PEI Lung Association has joined forces with the association in Nova Scotia in an effort to cut costs and keep offering programs.




Power outages persist in northern, northeastern Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Power outages persist in northern, northeastern Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

One day after a winter storm hit northern and northeastern Nova Scotia, thousands of Nova Scotia Power customers remain without power and some schools ...




Purchase price in place for ServiCom - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Purchase price in place for ServiCom  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Company files motion in U.S
bankruptcy court indicating there's no money to pay its former call centre employees.




Former Sackville-Cobequid MLA now 911 director at N.S
EMO - CBC.ca
Former Sackville-Cobequid MLA now 911 director at N.S
EMO
  CBC.ca

Dave Wilson, a longtime NDP MLA and former paramedic, resigned from the legislature in November
He made his new job Facebook official on Monday.




Distillers argue NB Liquor's markups are like 'paying the mob' - CBC.ca
Distillers argue NB Liquor's markups are like 'paying the mob'  CBC.ca

New Brunswick distillery owners say the amount NB Liquor charges for selling their vodka on their own property is killing their businesses.




Atlantic: Blowing snow for some, clear skies for others - The Weather Network
Atlantic: Blowing snow for some, clear skies for others  The Weather Network

The powerful system that's been hammering Atlantic Canada with blizzard conditions and heavy snow is finally easing its way out of the region
Saturday will ...




How Christmas sorrow helped bring cheer to 500 seniors in Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
How Christmas sorrow helped bring cheer to 500 seniors in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Santas for Seniors wants to ensure no one is left out this Christmas.




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