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As ocean temperatures rise, photographer seeing more warm-water fish off Nova Scotia - CBC News
As ocean temperatures rise, photographer seeing more warm-water fish off Nova Scotia  CBC News

Halifax-based scuba diver Lloyd Bond says in the last three years he's seen increasing numbers of butterfly fish, seahorses, cornet fish, trigger fish, puffer fish, ...




Gun used in deadly New Zealand attack on Canadian woman's fiancé still missing, police say - CBC News
Gun used in deadly New Zealand attack on Canadian woman's fiancé still missing, police say  CBC News

The gun that was involved in an attack on an Australian man and his Canadian fiancée in New Zealand last week has not yet been recovered, according to the ...




Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé - CBC News
Suspect arrested after Canadian woman escapes attack in New Zealand that killed her fiancé  CBC News

Police in New Zealand say a suspect has been arrested after an apparently random attack from which a Canadian woman was able to escape but killed her ...




Nova Scotia wins Baseball Canada Cup for 1st time - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia wins Baseball Canada Cup for 1st time  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia won the gold medal at the under-17 Baseball Canada Cup on Sunday in Regina, defeating a powerful Ontario team in the final.




The Government of Canada Supports Cultural Spaces in Nova Scotia - Canada NewsWire
The Government of Canada Supports Cultural Spaces in Nova Scotia  Canada NewsWire

The Government of Canada provides funding in support of Membertou Heritage Park CAPE BRETON, NS, Aug
16, 2019 /CNW/ - The Honourable Mark Eyking, ...




Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West - CBC.ca
Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West  CBC.ca

An Alberta restaurant serving East Coast favourites is striking a chord with Atlantic Canadians and Western Canadians alike ? and it has plans to keep ...




Exotic bird refuge on remote Nova Scotia island protected - CBC.ca
Exotic bird refuge on remote Nova Scotia island protected  CBC.ca

A picturesque swath of land on a remote island off Nova Scotia's southwestern tip that is home to at-risk bird species like the harlequin duck and rusty blackbird ...




Nova Scotia Sees Sharp Increase In Immigration During 2019 - Immigration - Canada - Mondaq News Alerts
Nova Scotia Sees Sharp Increase In Immigration During 2019 - Immigration - Canada  Mondaq News Alerts

August 15, 2019 - Nova Scotia is the latest Canadian maritime province to report a sharp increase in immigration during 2019
Canada Immigration ...




Freeland calls on ?all Canadian officials? to discuss detainees with Chinese counterparts - Global News
Freeland calls on ?all Canadian officials? to discuss detainees with Chinese counterparts  Global News

At a stop in Musquodoboit Harbour, N.S., on Thursday, Chrystia Freeland told reporters government officials should be advocating for two detained Canadians ...




Chrystia Freeland says she has '100%

' confidence in Justin Trudeau - CBC News
Chrystia Freeland says she has '100%

' confidence in Justin Trudeau
  CBC News

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland spoke with CBC's Information Morning about NAFTA and a scathing report from the federal ethics commissioner that ...




Canada, Nova Scotia commit $29 million for long-term care facility, high speed internet in Eskasoni - APTN News
Canada, Nova Scotia commit $29 million for long-term care facility, high speed internet in Eskasoni  APTN News

Angel Moore APTN News Eskasoni First Nation in Nova Scotia will soon have a new long-term care facility and high-speed internet
The new infrastructure ...




Environment Canada issues severe thunderstorm watch for central and eastern Nova Scotia - Global News
Environment Canada issues severe thunderstorm watch for central and eastern Nova Scotia  Global News

Environment Canada says there is a potential for a couple strong thunderstorms on Sunday afternoon in central and eastern Nova Scotia.




N.S
man bests beastly Icelandic stone with help from Game of Thrones star - CBC.ca
N.S
man bests beastly Icelandic stone with help from Game of Thrones star
  CBC.ca

Keith Surette of Yarmouth, N.S., trained for a year before his attempt to lift the famed Húsafell stone, which he calls the 'Holy Grail' of stone lifting.




In Nova Scotia, an economic boom brings all the boats to the yard - The Globe and Mail
In Nova Scotia, an economic boom brings all the boats to the yard  The Globe and Mail

The yard at Wedgeport Boatbuilding, seen from above
The Nova Scotia facility has been doing brisk business lately and is already booking contracts into 2021.




Vandette wins Canadian junior boys? golf title, Nova Scotians struggle - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Vandette wins Canadian junior boys? golf title, Nova Scotians struggle  TheChronicleHerald.ca

It was a rough final day for the three remaining Nova Scotia golfers at the Canadian junior boys' championship in Hartland, N.B
Truro's Owen Mullen had a 76, ...




Former N.S
Native Women's Association president files human rights complaints over Googoo investigation - CBC.ca
Former N.S
Native Women's Association president files human rights complaints over Googoo investigation
  CBC.ca

The former president of the Nova Scotia Native Women's Association (NSNWA) said she's turned to the Canadian Human Rights Commission after an ...




Nova Scotia to build ?100%

China-friendly? website, navigate censorship in bid to grow commerce - Global News
Nova Scotia to build ?100%

China-friendly? website, navigate censorship in bid to grow commerce
  Global News

Nova Scotia is looking to build a ?100%

China-friendly? website as it continues to seek a productive trade relationship with the global trading power.




Ocean temperatures off N.S
dip after record-breaking year - CBC News
Ocean temperatures off N.S
dip after record-breaking year
  CBC News

Following a season of record-breaking surface temperatures last year, ocean temperatures in the waters around Nova Scotia have moved back to normal this ...




3rd man charged with attempted murder in Halifax shooting - CBC.ca
3rd man charged with attempted murder in Halifax shooting  CBC.ca

A third man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting that happened in Halifax's south end last Friday.




ExxonMobil fined $40,000 after near miss on rig off Nova Scotia last fall - CTV News
ExxonMobil fined $40,000 after near miss on rig off Nova Scotia last fall  CTV News

Nova Scotia's offshore regulator has fined ExxonMobil Canada Ltd
$40000 after a "near miss" incident last fall that saw a chain dropped on the Noble Regina ...




Suspect makes first court appearance in death of Canadian woman?s fiance - Toronto Star
Suspect makes first court appearance in death of Canadian woman?s fiance  Toronto Star

Police say suspect fired gun into van while couple were sleeping on the country's North Island, Friday morning
The 32-year-old woman, who sources say is from ...




New Heritage Minute aims to raise awareness about traumatic chapter of Canadian history - CBC News
New Heritage Minute aims to raise awareness about traumatic chapter of Canadian history  CBC News

A new Heritage Minute tells a story from the Maritimes that's often overlooked in Canadian history ? the expulsion of the Acadians.




Government of Canada and Province of Nova Scotia invest in projects for new technology and trade in the fish and seafood sector - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada and Province of Nova Scotia invest in projects for new technology and trade in the fish and seafood sector  Canada NewsWire

LUNENBURG, NS, Aug
7, 2019 /CNW/ - With the longest coastline in the world, Canada's coastal communities rely on the fish and seafood industry as an ...




Canadian woman 'shocked and distressed' after murder of fiance in New Zealand - CityNews
Canadian woman 'shocked and distressed' after murder of fiance in New Zealand  CityNews

Police in New Zealand say a Canadian woman is ?shocked and distressed? after her Australian fiance was murdered in an apparently random attack.




Nova Scotians stay steady with even-par third rounds at Canadian junior boys' golf championship - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Nova Scotians stay steady with even-par third rounds at Canadian junior boys' golf championship  TheChronicleHerald.ca

The three Nova Scotians remaining at the Canadian junior boys' golf championship each were even par during the tournament's third round in Hartland, N.B
...




N.S
artist says company ripped off her work for blanket cover - CBC.ca
N.S
artist says company ripped off her work for blanket cover
  CBC.ca

A Halifax artist says her image of cats was stolen and printed on bedding being sold by an online company
Shelagh Duffett's image of five black and white cats ...




Canada Cup win 'great news' for Baseball Nova Scotia program - HalifaxToday.ca
Canada Cup win 'great news' for Baseball Nova Scotia program  HalifaxToday.ca

Nova Scotia has won the Baseball Canada Cup for the first time ever
The team took down eight-time champion Ontario on Sunday in the final of the under-17 ...




International buyers eye N.S
vacation properties ? especially in Cape Breton - CBC.ca
International buyers eye N.S
vacation properties ? especially in Cape Breton
  CBC.ca

In 2018, Statistics Canada was able for the first time to gather housing information about property owners in Nova Scotia who were non-residents
Turns out the ...




Nova Scotia couple building sustainable home out of tires - CBC News
Nova Scotia couple building sustainable home out of tires  CBC News

A couple on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore has an unconventional retirement project: building a home out of tires.




Nova Scotia community rallies after alleged racist incident - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia community rallies after alleged racist incident  CBC.ca

A group of friends in Berwick, N.S., are shaken up after an encounter on nearby Harbourville beach
On Sunday, July 14, Mouhanad Abu Marzouk was enjoying ...




Meet the man mapping out Nova Scotia's abandoned roads - CBC.ca
Meet the man mapping out Nova Scotia's abandoned roads  CBC.ca

For most people, a 'no road maintenance' sign means they should turn around
But for Nova Scotian Steve Skafte, it's music to his ears.




Ellen Page documentary on environmental racism in Nova Scotia to screen at TIFF - Global News
Ellen Page documentary on environmental racism in Nova Scotia to screen at TIFF  Global News

A celebrity tweet on environmental racism in Nova Scotia led to the creation of a documentary film that was recently announced as part of the Toronto ...




Government of Canada and Province of Nova Scotia join forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada and Province of Nova Scotia join forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions  Canada NewsWire

Agreement will help ensure federal buildings in Nova Scotia use 100%

clean electricity by 2025 GATINEAU, QC, August 1, 2019 /CNW/ - The Government of ...




Three Nova Scotians make the cut at Canadian junior boys' golf championship - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Three Nova Scotians make the cut at Canadian junior boys' golf championship  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Truro's Owen Mullen rebounded nicely from a tough start to his second round at the Canadian junior boys' golf championship in Hartland, N.B
Mullen, who ...




1 person dead in Pictou County house fire - CBC.ca
1 person dead in Pictou County house fire  CBC.ca

Police say the age and gender of the victim have not yet been determined.




Divers explore marine sanctuary two decades in the making - CBC.ca
Divers explore marine sanctuary two decades in the making  CBC.ca

A fishing boat was intentionally sunk in 1998 to create a sanctuary for marine life and give divers a place to explore
On Saturday, a team of divers got to see ...




Elections N.S
reviewing how to tally advance votes in Northside-Westmount byelection - CBC.ca
Elections N.S
reviewing how to tally advance votes in Northside-Westmount byelection
  CBC.ca

Elections Nova Scotia is reviewing how to count ballots in Northside-Westmount after the Progressive Conservatives switched candidates hours before ...




Province beefs up aquaculture regulations - CBC.ca
Province beefs up aquaculture regulations  CBC.ca

The province's fisheries and aquaculture minister says amended regulations will make it easier to trace fish that escape from fish farms.




Nova Scotia immigrants open Canada?s first airport honesty shop - Canada Immigration News
Nova Scotia immigrants open Canada?s first airport honesty shop  Canada Immigration News

Two Canadian immigrants have set up an unattended kiosk in the international airport serving Halifax, Nova Scotia, where transactions are done in good faith.




Prime Minister announces advisory committee aimed at promoting skilled trades - EverythingGP
Prime Minister announces advisory committee aimed at promoting skilled trades  EverythingGP

HALIFAX ? A new advisory committee will help promote apprenticeships and skilled trades across Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday
Trudeau ...




Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus - CBC News
Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus
  CBC News

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new ...




Halifax MPs defend Justin Trudeau despite report on ethics violation - Toronto Star
Halifax MPs defend Justin Trudeau despite report on ethics violation  Toronto Star

As many of Nova Scotia's all-Liberal MPs toe the party line in the SNC-Lavalin affair, a political science professor hopes the caucus will come up with ...




Coady Institute offers new course in conflict, peace and development - CBC.ca
Coady Institute offers new course in conflict, peace and development  CBC.ca

The Coady International Institute at Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, N.S., is offering a new online course to teach women leaders about dealing ...




Politics is ?still a boys? club,? says Nova Scotia star Liberal candidate Lenore Zann, a former NDP MLA - The Globe and Mail
Politics is ?still a boys? club,? says Nova Scotia star Liberal candidate Lenore Zann, a former NDP MLA  The Globe and Mail

Nova Scotia MLA Lenore Zann said that when she decided to run for the federal Liberals, some constituents asked whether she would become a backbencher ...




Halifax pediatrician gets 11 months behind bars for possessing child porn - CBC.ca
Halifax pediatrician gets 11 months behind bars for possessing child porn  CBC.ca

Dr
William Richard Vitale pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing child pornography last September
He was sentenced to 5.5 months on each count in ...




Nova Scotia looking to build ?100%

China-friendly? website to promote trade, sidestep censorship - Toronto Star
Nova Scotia looking to build ?100%

China-friendly? website to promote trade, sidestep censorship
  Toronto Star

With Canadian-Chinese diplomatic relations at their lowest point in decades, Nova Scotia continues its bid for close trade ties with the global superpower.




Man faces charges after two trucks collide in Annapolis Valley - CBC.ca
Man faces charges after two trucks collide in Annapolis Valley  CBC.ca

Two trucks collided in Kings County Thursday evening, and when the dust settled one truck was on fire, one man was trapped and injured in his vehicle, while ...




Report on Small Business newsletter: Brisk business for Nova Scotia boat builders - The Globe and Mail
Report on Small Business newsletter: Brisk business for Nova Scotia boat builders  The Globe and Mail

In Nova Scotia, an economic broom brings all the boats to the yard
A newly finished lobster fishing boat waits on a trailer in a yard at Wedgeport Boats, like a ...




One of Nova Scotia's 2 weather radars is being replaced - CBC.ca
One of Nova Scotia's 2 weather radars is being replaced  CBC.ca

The Marion Bridge weather radar is one of Environment and Climate Change Canada's two stations in Nova Scotia
It's being replaced as a part of a $95-million ...




New York-based developer has lofty goals for Ski Cape Smokey - CBC.ca
New York-based developer has lofty goals for Ski Cape Smokey  CBC.ca

Cape Smokey Holding Ltd
is purchasing the Cape Smokey ski hill for $370000
The company plans to spend millions of dollars and turn it into a year-round ...




Powerful thunderstorms sweep through Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Powerful thunderstorms sweep through Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

The power was knocked out as heavy rain, thunder and lightning rolled through the region late Sunday afternoon
The majority of the outages were caused by ...




Buddington the Clown leaves big shoes to fill at IWK - CBC.ca
Buddington the Clown leaves big shoes to fill at IWK  CBC.ca

After 13 years, Cleve Sauer is leaving his position as the IWK's therapeutic clown, where he lifted the spirits of thousands of sick children
'Whoever takes this job ...




These Quality Canadian Stocks Are Trading at 52-Week Lows - The Motley Fool Canada
These Quality Canadian Stocks Are Trading at 52-Week Lows  The Motley Fool Canada

Not all stocks trading at 52-week lows are worth risking your hard-earned money, but these quality Canadian stocks are different
Bank of Nova Scotia ...




Canadian woman?s fiancé killed in random attack while working in New Zealand - The Post Millennial
Canadian woman?s fiancé killed in random attack while working in New Zealand  The Post Millennial

Thirty-two-year-old Bianca Buckley of Nova Scotia is devastated after her Australian fiancé, 33-year-old Australian national Sean McKinnon, was shot down in a ...




Liverpool to host BFL National Women's Team Fall Festival - Hockey Canada
Liverpool to host BFL National Women's Team Fall Festival  Hockey Canada

Top female players to gather in Nova Scotia to begin season-long road to 2020 IIHF Women's World Championship in Halifax and Truro
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16-year-old dies after ATV accident in Cape Breton County - CBC.ca
16-year-old dies after ATV accident in Cape Breton County  CBC.ca

A 16-year-old boy from Cape Breton has died after suffering serious head injuries in an all-terrain vehicle accident Tuesday evening in Grand Mira North, N.S..




Nature Trust secures protection for 650 acres of Seal Island - HalifaxToday.ca
Nature Trust secures protection for 650 acres of Seal Island  HalifaxToday.ca

The Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced on Friday that no private development will occur on the island.




Is Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS) Stock Your Top Bank Pick for 2020? - The Motley Fool Canada
Is Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS) Stock Your Top Bank Pick for 2020?  The Motley Fool Canada

Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS)(NYSE:BNS) has underperformed its larger Canadian peers over the past two years
Let's take a look at the current situation for ...




Letters to premier shed light on public sentiment toward stadium for Halifax - CBC.ca
Letters to premier shed light on public sentiment toward stadium for Halifax  CBC.ca

Since last September, about 50 members of the public have sent emails, letters or left messages for the premier regarding taxpayer support for a proposed ...




Accessible surfing offers safe way to ride the waves - CBC.ca
Accessible surfing offers safe way to ride the waves  CBC.ca

The first time Ronna MacCormack brought her son Richard to surf, she was excited
She was also pretty anxious
But on Saturday, 13-year-old Richard was ...




Long waits for publicly funded physiotherapists 'disgraceful,' says senior - CBC.ca
Long waits for publicly funded physiotherapists 'disgraceful,' says senior  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia physiotherapists are happy a high-profile surgeon has warned about an impending "tsunami" of health needs
They say a few small changes could ...




Audiologists, speech-language pathologists to be regulated in Nova Scotia - CBC.ca
Audiologists, speech-language pathologists to be regulated in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca

Starting Nov
5, 2019, a new Nova Scotia College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists will begin regulating the two professions.




As Cape Breton byelections near, parties talk health care - CBC.ca
As Cape Breton byelections near, parties talk health care  CBC.ca

NDP pledges support for keeping North Sydney and New Waterford hospitals open in face of Liberal plan to build community health centres, while the PCs say ...




Great white shark's visit near Halifax harbour causes a stir - CBC.ca
Great white shark's visit near Halifax harbour causes a stir  CBC.ca

A great white shark that swam by Halifax harbour Tuesday morning is likely long gone as she follows her next meal, according to the head of the Ocean Tracking ...




N.S
family reaches Alaska on their way home after 7 years on sailboat - CBC.ca
N.S
family reaches Alaska on their way home after 7 years on sailboat
  CBC.ca

After seven years at sea, the Shaw family is in the final stretch of their journey home
Parents Max and Elizabeth have been sailing the Pacific Ocean with their ...




'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies - CBC.ca
'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies  CBC.ca

Marie Crouse, who gave up her baby for adoption when she was 15, says she's not waiting to hear "sorry" from Ottawa, even though a Senate committee says ...




Whale watching tour disentangles humpback off Nova Scotia - CBC News
Whale watching tour disentangles humpback off Nova Scotia  CBC News

A crew member on a whale tour managed to disentangle a humpback whale Monday afternoon off Nova Scotia's South Shore
The boat was about six ...




Government of Canada invests in innovative health research at Dalhousie and Nova Scotia - Dal News
Government of Canada invests in innovative health research at Dalhousie and Nova Scotia  Dal News

Four medical scientists from Dalhousie University are the recipients of $2.6 million in funding from the Government of Canada for their groundbreaking health ...




Nova Scotia to spend $48M cleaning up 2 former gold mines - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia to spend $48M cleaning up 2 former gold mines  CBC.ca

The provincial government will spend $47.9 million to clean up two former gold mines in what is the beginning of a project to evaluate - and possibly clean up ...




Four of the six OCEARCH-tagged sharks have returned to Nova Scotia - HalifaxToday.ca
Four of the six OCEARCH-tagged sharks have returned to Nova Scotia  HalifaxToday.ca

UPDATE: Jane pinged right beside McNabs Island at 4:47 a.m
on Tuesday, July 23
When OCEARCH researchers came to Nova Scotia last fall on their first ...




This food kiosk at the Halifax airport relies on customer honesty to pay - CBC News
This food kiosk at the Halifax airport relies on customer honesty to pay  CBC News

The Mabata Honesty Shop has no staff ? just a mailbox for cash and a card reader for payment.




Miss World Canada 2019, Naomi Colford of Sydney, N.S., shines - Cape Breton Post
Miss World Canada 2019, Naomi Colford of Sydney, N.S., shines  Cape Breton Post

Newly-crowned Miss World Canada Naomi Colford has already started turning heads and catching eyes
Colford, 19, a second-year university nursing student ...




Health Department urges families to vaccinate kids before school resumes - CBC.ca
Health Department urges families to vaccinate kids before school resumes  CBC.ca

As parents prepare their children for the new school year, Nova Scotia's Department of Health and Wellness wants them to make sure part of that prep work ...




GREG DAVIES: Talent Trust art at CBU - Cape Breton Post
GREG DAVIES: Talent Trust art at CBU  Cape Breton Post

First You Dream: Celebrating 75 Years of the Nova Scotia Talent Trust is a touring exhibition of work by 10 artists, each past recipients of Talent Trust ...




Last foal of famous Nova Scotia harness racing horse born - CBC.ca
Last foal of famous Nova Scotia harness racing horse born  CBC.ca

The last foal sired using frozen sperm from the famous Nova Scotia harness racing horse Somebeachsomewhere was born last week in Pennsylvania
The baby ...




A closer look at opioid use in Atlantic Canada - The Telegram
A closer look at opioid use in Atlantic Canada  The Telegram

PART III: IDEAS AND SOLUTIONS There's no exact science to treating or preventing opioid addiction
There are many philosophies and a limited amount of ...




New Glasgow water utility testing for lead in older homes - CBC.ca
New Glasgow water utility testing for lead in older homes  CBC.ca

The Town of New Glasgow, N.S., says its water supply is safe, but it hopes to find 25 more homeowners by the end of August who want to have their tap water ...




Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages - Canada Immigration News
Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages  Canada Immigration News

429000 jobs went unfulfilled in the second quarter of 2019; Canadian immigration programs addressing need for talent.




Taking Pride in our community - CBC.ca
Taking Pride in our community  CBC.ca

CBC East Coast celebrates diversity by shining the spotlight on 2SLGBTQ+ people in the Atlantic region.




Two conversion therapy survivors want protections for LGBTQ youth - CBC.ca
Two conversion therapy survivors want protections for LGBTQ youth  CBC.ca

Two gay men who survived traumatic attempts to make them straight want young New Brunswickers protected from conversion therapy.




Canada Three Nova Scotia byelections set for September - The Globe and Mail
Canada Three Nova Scotia byelections set for September  The Globe and Mail

All three Progressive Conservatives MPs have resigned and will run in this fall's federal election.




Local View Column: Summer vacation in Canada includes uncomfortable reminder of racism - Duluth News Tribune
Local View Column: Summer vacation in Canada includes uncomfortable reminder of racism  Duluth News Tribune

I held the door open to allow additional time for several people stepping into the elevator at the Holiday Inn Express in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
?Merci,? said ...




IIHF unveils 2020 Women?s World Championship logo - The Ice Garden
IIHF unveils 2020 Women?s World Championship logo  The Ice Garden

The International Ice Hockey Federation released the logo for the upcoming 2020 Women's World Championships in Nova Scotia
We have a logo for the next ...




AFN executive considers suspending NS/NL Vice-Chief Morley Googoo following harassment allegations - Kukukwes.com - Independent Indigenous News In Atlantic Canada
AFN executive considers suspending NS/NL Vice-Chief Morley Googoo following harassment allegations  Kukukwes.com - Independent Indigenous News In Atlantic Canada

AFN National Chief Perry Bellegard, left, and Vice-Chief Morley Googoo take part in a Peace and Friendship gathering between Mi'kmaq and Acadians in Aug.




Stranger sea things turning up off Nova Scotia's shores - Dal News
Stranger sea things turning up off Nova Scotia's shores  Dal News

Lloyd Bond has been diving the waters of Nova Scotia for the last 20 years, often coming across flatfish, lobster and sea urchins that typically populate cooler ...




Cities Are Banning Dogs From Patios All Across Canada After Health Inspections Gone Wrong - Narcity
Cities Are Banning Dogs From Patios All Across Canada After Health Inspections Gone Wrong  Narcity

Can you imagine anything better than sitting out on a nice patio in the sunshine, beer in your hand, friends all around you, doggo at your feet? For the people of ...




Outreach program enables Inuit student to explore life 'down south' - Dal News
Outreach program enables Inuit student to explore life 'down south'  Dal News

For many Canadians, being asked if you've been ?down south? means have you visited the United States, Mexico or the Caribbean
But for Suupie Idlout, ...




Should dogs be allowed in pubs? This Nova Scotian brewer thinks do - Mission City Record
Should dogs be allowed in pubs? This Nova Scotian brewer thinks do  Mission City Record

Ian Lawson, co-owner of Brightwood Brewery: 'We believe dogs are family members'




Nova Scotia's health care 'crisis' is Canada's crisis too - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia's health care 'crisis' is Canada's crisis too  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's health-care system came under fire this week when a tearful patient's angry video went viral, blaming the province's doctor shortage for her ...




Nova Scotia is one 'perfect storm' away from being cut off from Canada - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia is one 'perfect storm' away from being cut off from Canada  CBC.ca

There needs to be a detailed plan and the funding to keep the narrow land link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick open, say scientists and residents in ...




N.S
premier returns from China, says talk is key to easing tensions - CBC News
N.S
premier returns from China, says talk is key to easing tensions
  CBC News

Premier Stephen McNeil says tensions between Canada and China won't be resolved without the two sides talking
McNeil made the comments Thursday, less ...




Despite labour shortages, Nova Scotia's ocean tech sector is booming - CBC News
Despite labour shortages, Nova Scotia's ocean tech sector is booming  CBC News

Nova Scotia's ocean tech sector is quietly designing, building and selling products in Canada and around the world
While a skilled labour shortage has always ...




Art Gallery of Nova Scotia exhibition explores being black in Canada - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia exhibition explores being black in Canada  TheChronicleHerald.ca

The latest exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia isn't just a collection of relevant and related images
It's a survey of more than three centuries of pain, ...




Your guide to celebrating Canada Day weekend in Nova Scotia - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Your guide to celebrating Canada Day weekend in Nova Scotia  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Cake? Check
Music? Check
Fireworks? Is that even a serious question? There are certain tried and true ways to celebrate Canada's 152nd birthday on July 1, ...




Canadians unite to grant Nova Scotia man his dying wish - Global News
Canadians unite to grant Nova Scotia man his dying wish  Global News

A terminally ill Nova Scotia man has been granted his wish to see his beloved Toronto Blue Jays take on the Boston Red Sox.




Immigrants face challenges in Nova Scotia: so do their kids - The Signal
Immigrants face challenges in Nova Scotia: so do their kids  The Signal

During lunchtime, the aromas of Arabic food, Indian food and Canadian food waft in the cafeteria of Park West School
More than 60 different countries are ...




Digby, N.S., emergency room temporarily closed on Canada Day - CTV News Atlantic
Digby, N.S., emergency room temporarily closed on Canada Day  CTV News Atlantic

DIGBY, N.S
-- The Nova Scotia Health Authority says Digby General Hospital's emergency department will be temporarily closed on Monday due to a lack of ...




'We will always be grateful:' Kosovo refugees reflect on how Canada shaped their lives - CBC News
'We will always be grateful:' Kosovo refugees reflect on how Canada shaped their lives  CBC News

Between May and August of 1999, as many as 300 Kosovar Albanian refugees arrived each day in Nova Scotia, part of a massive Canadian airlift
Twenty years ...




VIDEO: German Canadians celebrate their Nova Scotia home - TheChronicleHerald.ca
VIDEO: German Canadians celebrate their Nova Scotia home  TheChronicleHerald.ca

The first wave of German settlers came to Nova Scotia in the 1750s to make a better life ? and they're still coming for the same reason
Members of the German ...




Austrian family must leave Cape Breton home for at least a year - CBC.ca
Austrian family must leave Cape Breton home for at least a year  CBC.ca

A family from Austria has been ordered out of Canada, and must leave this week, after running afoul of immigration rules
They hope to be back, but it'll be at ...




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