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Four Nova Scotia communities rank on list of friendliest cities in ..
- Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Four Nova Scotia communities rank on list of friendliest cities in ...
Toronto Star
HALIFAX ? Nova Scotia has nabbed four spots on Expedia's 2018 list of the top 25 Friendliest Communities (and Towns) in Canada
Expedia released its first ...


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Provincial byelection in Nova Scotia to replace Jamie Baillie to be held Tuesday - National Post

National Post

Provincial byelection in Nova Scotia to replace Jamie Baillie to be held Tuesday
National Post
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie waits for the start of the leaders' debate in Halifax on May 18, 2017
A provincial byelection will be held Tuesday in northern Nova Scotia to replace former Progressive Conservative leader ...


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Man shot and killed while walking down road in Eastern Passage - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Man shot and killed while walking down road in Eastern Passage
CBC.ca
A 21-year-old man is dead after being shot while walking on a road in Eastern Passage, N.S., early Monday
RCMP say a passing vehicle stopped and there was a shot fired
The man, who had been walking with a female on Hornes Road, was taken to ...


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Nova Scotia sawmill museum blames closure on Canada Summer Jobs abortion controversy - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Nova Scotia sawmill museum blames closure on Canada Summer Jobs abortion controversy
Toronto Star
METEGHAN RIVER, N.S.?A small Nova Scotia museum has ?closed indefinitely? after it said it was denied federal funding for refusing to conform to a controversial abortion rights clause in the Canada Summer Jobs program
The Liberal government this year ...


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World's largest offshore-earthquake research centre to open in Halifax - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

World's largest offshore-earthquake research centre to open in Halifax
CBC.ca
Mladen Nedimovic, a Dalhousie University professor and seismologist, says 90 per cent of earthquakes that affect Canadians happen offshore ? but right now there's very little understanding about the seismic activity taking place along the country's ...




NS premier reiterates support for Canada's supply management in dairy, poultry sectors - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

NS premier reiterates support for Canada's supply management in dairy, poultry sectors
Globalnews.ca
Nova Scotia's premier is reiterating his support for Canada's supply management system in the dairy and poultry sectors, saying the province doesn't want it bargained away in trade talks with the U.S.
Following a cabinet meeting Wednesday, McNeil said ...





Ex-Lightning assistant coach Rick Bowness still yearns for Stanley Cup - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Ex-Lightning assistant coach Rick Bowness still yearns for Stanley Cup
CBC.ca
When longtime hockey coach Rick Bowness parted ways with the Tampa Bay Lightning two weeks ago, he was faced with a big decision
Was it time for the 63-year-old from Grand Lake, N.S., to step away from pro hockey after more than four decades and ...


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No safe home for NS woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry - CTV News

CTV News

No safe home for NS woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry
CTV News
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to put her
She said the Emerald Hall unit at the Nova Scotia Hospital had a practice of often keeping MacLean behind locked doors or occasionally using a "therapeutic quiet room" -- a padded room
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French boy's rare disease fight leads family ...





Nova Scotia police watchdog says agency strained by lack of resources - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Nova Scotia police watchdog says agency strained by lack of resources
Toronto Star
SiRT is a Nova Scotian provincial agency, but it is the only of its kind in Atlantic Canada
Cacchione said the oversight body ?seems to have become responsible for Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick,? as well, which depletes its ...

Nova Scotia's police watchdog 'spread too thin'CBC.ca

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Book celebrates pre-Confederation buildings - TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.ca

Book celebrates pre-Confederation buildings
TheChronicleHerald.ca
The Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia has launched a new book, Witnesses to a New Nation, compiling photos of Nova Scotia buildings that saw the advent of Canadian Confederation
The Heritage Trust holds at least one board meeting per year outside the ...





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