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What 100-year-old research by N.S
children tells us about climate change - CBC News
What 100-year-old research by N.S
children tells us about climate change
  CBC News

Starting in 1896, education superintendent Alexander MacKay enlisted the help of thousands of rural Nova Scotia schoolchildren to catalogue everything from ...




Government of Canada announces judicial appointment in the province of Nova-Scotia - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada announces judicial appointment in the province of Nova-Scotia  Canada NewsWire

OTTAWA, March 26, 2019 /CNW/ - The Honourable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today announced the following ...




Approval for Canadian premiers is on the rise ? except in Nova Scotia and Ontario - Toronto Star
Approval for Canadian premiers is on the rise ? except in Nova Scotia and Ontario  Toronto Star

Nova Scotia's Stephen McNeil has the lowest approval of any premier at 24 per cent, according to a poll released Tuesday.




Nova Scotia budget sees $200M boost in health-care spending - CBC News
Nova Scotia budget sees $200M boost in health-care spending  CBC News

Premier Stephen McNeil's government will spend almost $200 million more on health care in the coming fiscal year as part of its 2019-20 budget, helped along ...




Nova Scotia rinks pick up wins at Canadian senior curling championships - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Nova Scotia rinks pick up wins at Canadian senior curling championships  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Nova Scotia's Nancy McConnery improved to 5-2 at the Canadian senior women's curling championship in Chilliwack, B.C., on Tuesday
McConnery, third Marg ...




Nova Scotia RCMP warn about release of high-risk sex offender - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia RCMP warn about release of high-risk sex offender  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia RCMP are warning the public about a man who is being released Monday from Dorchester Penitentiary in New Brunswick after serving his full ...




Famed N.S
treasure hunter brought about new era in Oak Island mystery - CBC.ca
Famed N.S
treasure hunter brought about new era in Oak Island mystery
  CBC.ca

An American man who dedicated his life to finding pirate's treasure on Nova Scotia's Oak Island was remembered Monday as a larger-than-life figure who ...




Nurses 'pretty fed up' with state of Nova Scotia's ERs - CBC.ca
Nurses 'pretty fed up' with state of Nova Scotia's ERs  CBC.ca

The Nova Scotia Nurses' Union is adding its voice to the growing chorus calling for immediate and focused efforts to improve the state of emergency care in the ...




Famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter did it his way, minister tells funeral - CityNews
Famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter did it his way, minister tells funeral  CityNews

MARTINS POINT, N.S
? An American man who dedicated his life to finding treasure on Nova Scotia's Oak Island was remembered Monday as a larger-than-life ...




3 dead after vehicle crashes, catches fire in Eastern Passage - CBC.ca
3 dead after vehicle crashes, catches fire in Eastern Passage  CBC.ca

RCMP say the vehicle caught on fire after crashing on Cow Bay Road early Saturday morning.




Expat doctors mentoring recruits to ease 'frustrating' transition to N.S
- CBC News
Expat doctors mentoring recruits to ease 'frustrating' transition to N.S.  CBC News

A group of doctors from the U.K
has started mentoring those who are also considering a big move abroad through a private Facebook group
Those doctors are ...




Nova Scotia judo athletes return from successful Canada Games tournament - Global News
Nova Scotia judo athletes return from successful Canada Games tournament  Global News

Team Nova Scotia recently had nine athletes compete in the sport of judo at the Canada Games
The team came home with a silver medal and are enjoying ...




Parents in N.S
community concerned about influx of vaping stores near schools - CTV News
Parents in N.S
community concerned about influx of vaping stores near schools
  CTV News

There used to be a lot of concern when it came to teens smoking
Now, some parents in one Halifax suburb say vaping is their latest concern after a recent boom ...




Much of Nova Scotia under snowfall warnings, Environment Canada says - CTV News
Much of Nova Scotia under snowfall warnings, Environment Canada says  CTV News

Environment Canada says Nova Scotia can expect some messy weather this weekend and early next week
The forecaster says a low pressure system passing ...




Search underway for missing man in Kentville - CBC.ca
Search underway for missing man in Kentville  CBC.ca

Dozens of people are looking for Joshawa Bentley
The 29-year-old man from Aylesford, N.S., was last spotted Saturday night in Kentville.




Nova Scotia Firefighters School hit with 2 compliance orders after training incident - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia Firefighters School hit with 2 compliance orders after training incident  CBC.ca

In the wake of an incident involving a firefighter with the Truro Fire *Service* injured during a training exercise, N.S
labour department investigators have issued ...




Father whose 7 children died in Halifax house fire remains in coma - CBC.ca
Father whose 7 children died in Halifax house fire remains in coma  CBC.ca

The father whose seven children were killed in a ferocious fire remains in a coma, a month after flames engulfed the family's Halifax home
Muslim community ...




Why did someone steal this portrait from a rural Nova Scotia church? - CBC.ca
Why did someone steal this portrait from a rural Nova Scotia church?  CBC.ca

Almost 40 years after a portrait of a prominent Loyalist was stolen from a church in Weymouth, N.S., a documentary film crew is hoping to find out what happened ...




Pregnant girlfriend of missing Kentville, N.S., man pleads for his return - CBC.ca
Pregnant girlfriend of missing Kentville, N.S., man pleads for his return  CBC.ca

A Kentville, N.S., woman whose boyfriend went missing on the weekend is worried she may never see him alive again
Katrena Schofield and Joshawa Bentley ...




Nova Scotia star ready for March Madness - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia star ready for March Madness  CBC.ca

The NCAA basketball tournament gets underway Friday for Lindell Wigginton of North Preston, N.S., and the star guard and NBA prospect says he's ready to ...




Para-alpine skier adds silver to Nova Scotia's medal count at Canada Games - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Para-alpine skier adds silver to Nova Scotia's medal count at Canada Games  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Very few parents get to share in their child's Canada Games experience the way Stephen MacDonald did on Tuesday
Stephen served as daughter Brenda's ...




Nova Scotia shifts from its hard-no stance on open adoption records - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia shifts from its hard-no stance on open adoption records  CBC.ca

The Nova Scotia government is softening its hard stance on keeping adoption records closed in the province
Community Services Minister Kelly Regan told ...




Nova Scotia wins silver in judo, figure skating at Canada Games - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Nova Scotia wins silver in judo, figure skating at Canada Games  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Two Halifax area athletes boosted Nova Scotia's medal total by two silver at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta
on Wednesday
Sierra Tanner ...




Stephen McNeil has lowest approval rating of any Canadian premier, QC?s Legault has highest: poll - Global News
Stephen McNeil has lowest approval rating of any Canadian premier, QC?s Legault has highest: poll  Global News

Nova Scotia's long-serving premier Stephen McNeil has the lowest approval rating of any premier in Canada, while Quebec's François Legault is the most ...




How some coast guard ships stayed tied up when they could have been at work - CBC News
How some coast guard ships stayed tied up when they could have been at work  CBC News

Nova Scotia-based coast guard ships were tied up 151 days when weather was "within operational parameters," according to documents obtained by CBC ...




After waiting hours, Dartmouth ER patients told they wouldn't be treated - CBC.ca
After waiting hours, Dartmouth ER patients told they wouldn't be treated  CBC.ca

A Bedford, N.S., man is unhappy patients who had been waiting for hours at the Dartmouth General Hospital emergency room were told they wouldn't be seeing ...




Silver medals in skating, trampoline up Nova Scotia's medal count to eight at Canada Games - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Silver medals in skating, trampoline up Nova Scotia's medal count to eight at Canada Games  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Nova Scotia's figure skaters are pumping up the province's medal count at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta
Scott Denyes and Jessica ...




Nova Scotia holds new draw for Express Entry candidates - Canada Immigration News
Nova Scotia holds new draw for Express Entry candidates  Canada Immigration News

Nova Scotia issued new invitations to Express Entry candidates to apply for a nomination for Canadian permanent residence through its Labour Market Priorities ...




RCMP investigate theft of Jeep from parking lot near Halifax airport - CBC.ca
RCMP investigate theft of Jeep from parking lot near Halifax airport  CBC.ca

A Jeep Wrangler with distinctive markings and an Alberta licence plate disappeared from a parking lot next to a hotel at Halifax's Stanfield International Airport ...




Cast your ballot for the worst roads in Atlantic Canada - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Cast your ballot for the worst roads in Atlantic Canada  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Motorists are once again being asked to cast their ballots for the worst roads in Atlantic Canada as part of CAA Atlantic's annual worst-roads campaign.




Barho relatives arriving in Canada to support grieving parents - CBC News
Barho relatives arriving in Canada to support grieving parents  CBC News

Several relatives of Kawthar Barho have obtained visitor visas and were to arrive in Halifax on Monday to support her and her husband, whose seven children ...




Review of Sydney port development won't be cheap - CBC.ca
Review of Sydney port development won't be cheap  CBC.ca

The Nova Scotia privacy commissioner's office has a three-year backlog of reviews to do on freedom of information requests, and it appears an expensive one is ...




COMMENTARY: IBM helps hardwire Nova Scotia high schoolers for jobs of the future - TheChronicleHerald.ca
COMMENTARY: IBM helps hardwire Nova Scotia high schoolers for jobs of the future  TheChronicleHerald.ca

The Technology Advantage Program combines high school and college coursework with paid internships, co-ops, and mentoring from IBM
- 123RF Stock Photo.




Nova Scotia sees spike in child poverty rates - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia sees spike in child poverty rates  CBC.ca

The province's deputy minister of community services says new numbers from Statistics Canada showing an increase in child poverty rates in Nova Scotia are ...




Nova Scotia court grants injunction against Mi'kmaw protester at Alton Gas site - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia court grants injunction against Mi'kmaw protester at Alton Gas site  CBC.ca

The subsidiary of Calgary-based Alta Gas says the injunction is necessary because workers have been prevented from moving in heavy equipment to repair its ...




Nova Scotia paying $8.5M to fix up Bar Harbor ferry terminal - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia paying $8.5M to fix up Bar Harbor ferry terminal  CBC.ca

The cost to Nova Scotia taxpayers to renovate the Bar Harbor ferry terminal in Maine now stands at $8.5 million ? $3.5 million more than expected.




Environmentalists, forestry industry agree biodiversity bill needs changes - CBC.ca
Environmentalists, forestry industry agree biodiversity bill needs changes  CBC.ca

Despite concerns expressed by environmentalists, woodlot owners and forestry companies, the McNeil government's Biodiversity Act is headed back to the floor ...




Wind turbine catches fire at Nova Scotia wind farm - CTV News
Wind turbine catches fire at Nova Scotia wind farm  CTV News

A towering wind turbine went up in flames Friday at a wind farm located at the edge of a southern Nova Scotia community.




ECMH special concert series: Don Brownrigg, March 30 - CBC.ca
ECMH special concert series: Don Brownrigg, March 30  CBC.ca

The East Coast Music Hour is bringing you a special concert series over the next few weeks with two CBC Studio 60 shows, Don Brownrigg (March 30) and ...




Nova Scotia's Wigginton gets his chance in NCAA's March Madness - CBC Sports
Nova Scotia's Wigginton gets his chance in NCAA's March Madness  CBC Sports

An up-and-down season for Nova Scotia basketball star Lindell Wigginton will end in a run for an NCAA championship.




Inverness County backs Northern Pulp's bid to extend deadline - CBC.ca
Inverness County backs Northern Pulp's bid to extend deadline  CBC.ca

Inverness County council will be urging Premier Stephen McNeil to accept Northern Pulp's request for a one-year extension to construct its new treatment facility.




'I finally proved my innocence': N.S
man who spent nearly 17 years in prison for murder is freed - CBC News
'I finally proved my innocence': N.S
man who spent nearly 17 years in prison for murder is freed
  CBC News

A Nova Scotia man who spent nearly 17 years in prison after being convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend says he has proved his innocence, now that a new trial ...




'Best evidence' of cougars spotted in Nova Scotia backyard - CBC.ca
'Best evidence' of cougars spotted in Nova Scotia backyard  CBC.ca

A Nova Scotia woman says she's concerned about letting her dog loose or spending time in her backyard after spotting what appear to be three cougars near ...




The $3.6M fraud case that seems right out of a Seinfeld episode - CBC News
The $3.6M fraud case that seems right out of a Seinfeld episode  CBC News

The Nova Scotia companies operated by three sisters and their mother had no employees, and in some cases no bank accounts
But they claimed tens of ...




Canada ordered to pay U.S
concrete company $7M in NAFTA case - CBC News
Canada ordered to pay U.S
concrete company $7M in NAFTA case
  CBC News

Canada has been ordered to pay $7 million in damages, plus interest, to a U.S
concrete company that used the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ...




Plans revealed for $100M expansion of Cape Breton Regional Hospital - CBC.ca
Plans revealed for $100M expansion of Cape Breton Regional Hospital  CBC.ca

The Cape Breton Regional Hospital will undergo a major development worth more than $100 million to expand the cancer centre, the emergency department ...




Harbingers Of Doom And Canadian Banks - Seeking Alpha
Harbingers Of Doom And Canadian Banks  Seeking Alpha

Harbingers of doom abound
Canadian banks are highly exposed to any downturn
Protection is offered by shorting selected Canadian banks.




Lobbied 22 times, Trudeau government proposes to let Alton Gas dump saltwater into Shubenacadie River - National Observer
Lobbied 22 times, Trudeau government proposes to let Alton Gas dump saltwater into Shubenacadie River  National Observer

An Alberta oilpatch company met with federal officials 22 times last year to lobby them about major fossil fuel projects
Ottawa is now drafting rules to specifically ...




Nova Scotia legislation would protect the province's biodiversity - CTV News
Nova Scotia legislation would protect the province's biodiversity  CTV News

The Nova Scotia government is moving to give itself more powers to protect biodiversity, including wild animals, plants and water species through legislation it ...




Stacey Brown wins Symphony Nova Scotia?s award for Canadian female composers - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Stacey Brown wins Symphony Nova Scotia?s award for Canadian female composers  TheChronicleHerald.ca

Montreal-based composer Stacey Brown is the new winner of Symphony Nova Scotia's Maria Anna Mozart Award for Canadian female composers
Launched in ...




New Manitoba consultant was behind sweeping education changes in Nova Scotia - TheChronicleHerald.ca
New Manitoba consultant was behind sweeping education changes in Nova Scotia  TheChronicleHerald.ca

WINNIPEG ? The Manitoba government will be getting advice on education reform from a consultant who recently prompted Nova Scotia to eliminate elected ...




Another winter weather system on its way to Nova Scotia - Global News
Another winter weather system on its way to Nova Scotia  Global News

Although an intense weather system is nearing its end in some parts of the province, Nova Scotians aren't out of the woods yet when it comes to winter storms.




New N.S
policy aims to ensure fair treatment of Indigenous Peoples in courts - CTV News
New N.S
policy aims to ensure fair treatment of Indigenous Peoples in courts
  CTV News

The Nova Scotia government has launched a new policy to ensure the fair treatment of Indigenous Peoples facing criminal prosecution, eight months after the ...




Mysterious underground vault discovered on grounds of N.S
legislature - CBC News
Mysterious underground vault discovered on grounds of N.S
legislature
  CBC News

Archaeologists expected the land surrounding Province House in downtown Halifax to be fertile ground for finding artifacts ? but they never expected to find an ...




Nova Scotia?s Team Cally Moore wins bronze in Canada Games curling - Global News
Nova Scotia?s Team Cally Moore wins bronze in Canada Games curling  Global News

The team ? comprised of Taylour Stevens, Cassidy Currie, Cate Fitzgerald and skip Cally Moore ? defeated Team New Brunswick on Saturday to take home ...




Famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter Dan Blankenship dies at 95 - The Globe and Mail
Famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter Dan Blankenship dies at 95  The Globe and Mail

An American who became a famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter is being remembered by friends as a larger-than-life figure
Dan Blankenship died Sunday at 95.




N.S
legislature honours seven Barho children as it opens spring session - CTV News
N.S
legislature honours seven Barho children as it opens spring session
  CTV News

The Nova Scotia legislature opened its spring sitting Thursday by paying tribute to the seven children killed last week in a house fire in a Halifax suburb.




What is killing Sable Island's horses? - CBC News
What is killing Sable Island's horses?  CBC News

A team of researchers that has travelled to Sable Island for the past two years to find out what causes the horses to die is finding evidence of starvation in some ...




Nova Scotia Mi'kmaw fishermen sue DFO for racial profiling, infringing on treaty rights - Kukukwes.com - Independent Indigenous News In Atlantic Canada
Nova Scotia Mi'kmaw fishermen sue DFO for racial profiling, infringing on treaty rights  Kukukwes.com - Independent Indigenous News In Atlantic Canada

Alex McDonald, left, and Mark Howe are two of four Mi'kmaw fisherman suing DFO for racial profiling, infringing on their treaty rights/Photo by Stephen Brake.




Environment Canada issues special weather statement for Nova Scotia (update) - HalifaxToday.ca
Environment Canada issues special weather statement for Nova Scotia (update)  HalifaxToday.ca

Meteorologist Ian Hubbard expects between 15 and 20 cm of snow Saturday night in the Halifax area.




Man dead after dump truck submerges in East Preston river - CBC.ca
Man dead after dump truck submerges in East Preston river  CBC.ca

The local fire department was able to remove the man from the vehicle and he was taken to hospital by ambulance, but was pronounced dead there.




What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada - CBC News
What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada  CBC News

Health officials have confirmed hundreds of cases of salmonella infections affecting people in every province and territory as part of a years-long inquiry into ...




Child poverty rates go down in every province except Nova Scotia: StatCan - Global News
Child poverty rates go down in every province except Nova Scotia: StatCan  Global News

In addition to having the highest number of children in poverty, Nova Scotia also has the lowest median income after tax at $50200.




How fatal Nova Scotia fire could change national building code - Canadian Underwriter
How fatal Nova Scotia fire could change national building code  Canadian Underwriter

HALIFAX ? Experts say the deaths of the seven Barho children in a ferocious Halifax house fire last week could lead to new fire safety measures and changes to ...




Group behind health-care robocalls seeks N.S
government 'we can be proud of' - CBC.ca
Group behind health-care robocalls seeks N.S
government 'we can be proud of'
  CBC.ca

The Nova Scotia equivalent of an organization that became a major player in the last Ontario provincial election is making robocalls here about health care.




Family of teen who died in Eastern Passage car crash starts fundraiser - CBC.ca
Family of teen who died in Eastern Passage car crash starts fundraiser  CBC.ca

The sister of a teenager who died in a car crash in Eastern Passage, N.S., on Saturday has started an online fundraiser in support of her family
Michelle Stewart ...




Murder charge laid in 2017 Halifax death ruled homicide just weeks ago - CBC.ca
Murder charge laid in 2017 Halifax death ruled homicide just weeks ago  CBC.ca

A 52-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the 2017 death of Benjamin Loka Lokeny, who was found badly injured near a Halifax ...




Tuition subsidies for private schools could ease inclusion strain, consultant says - CBC.ca
Tuition subsidies for private schools could ease inclusion strain, consultant says  CBC.ca

An education consultant says having tuition programs for private schools serving students with disabilities could reduce a strain on public schools.




Slalom Silver - Granville Ferry skier earns Nova Scotia?s fourth Canada Games medal - The Coastguard
Slalom Silver - Granville Ferry skier earns Nova Scotia?s fourth Canada Games medal  The Coastguard

Granville Ferry's Brenda MacDonald, a 20-year-old para-alpine skier, picked up Nova Scotia's fourth medal at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta ...




Flights resume at Halifax airport after plane slides off tarmac - CBC.ca
Flights resume at Halifax airport after plane slides off tarmac  CBC.ca

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating after an Air Canada flight from Toronto slid off the tarmac after landing in Halifax Monday evening.




Funeral for famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter Dan Blankenship to be held on Monday - The Globe and Mail
Funeral for famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter Dan Blankenship to be held on Monday  The Globe and Mail

Blankenship, who was a staple on the reality TV series The Curse of Oak Island, died Sunday at 95.




They face financial ruin to get a new lung
Some are choosing to die instead - CBC News
They face financial ruin to get a new lung
Some are choosing to die instead
  CBC News

Lung transplants are not performed in Atlantic Canada
Patients from the region are selling their homes and liquidating savings in order to move to Toronto for ...




Kings County curlers to once again represent Nova Scotia at Canadian senior curling championships - The Register/Advertiser
Kings County curlers to once again represent Nova Scotia at Canadian senior curling championships  The Register/Advertiser

This could be the year that two Kings County curlers bring home gold medals from the Canadian senior championships
Jill Alcoe-Holland and Andrea Saulnier, ...




A Joint Effort: Nova Scotia Court Certifies Canada's First Ever Cannabis Product Liability Class Action - Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences - Canada - Mondaq News Alerts
A Joint Effort: Nova Scotia Court Certifies Canada's First Ever Cannabis Product Liability Class Action - Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences - Canada  Mondaq News Alerts

With the legalization of medical and recreational cannabis in Canada, product liability litigation was almost certain to follow
Recently, the Nova Scotia Supreme ...




Southwest Nova Scotia likely to be hardest hit by coming winter storm - CBC.ca
Southwest Nova Scotia likely to be hardest hit by coming winter storm  CBC.ca

CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon says there's snow in the forecast for areas of Nova Scotia on Saturday night and into Sunday, as a system tracks through the ...




Halifax businessman sent to prison for exploiting temporary foreign workers - CBC.ca
Halifax businessman sent to prison for exploiting temporary foreign workers  CBC.ca

Hector Mantolino used the temporary foreign worker program to bring 28 workers to Canada from the Philippines over a number of years and paid them at least ...




TO THE POINT: Nova Scotia won?t realize its full potential unless immigrant population grows - TheChronicleHerald.ca
TO THE POINT: Nova Scotia won?t realize its full potential unless immigrant population grows  TheChronicleHerald.ca

In Canada, the population has grown, on average, about one per cent each year for the last 65 years
Seventy per cent of national population growth is now ...




British Columbians and Nova Scotians are Canada's best recyclers - Canadian Packaging
British Columbians and Nova Scotians are Canada's best recyclers  Canadian Packaging

The average Canadian diverted 263 kilograms of waste.




Forget Fears of a Housing Crash and Buy Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS) - The Motley Fool Canada
Forget Fears of a Housing Crash and Buy Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS)  The Motley Fool Canada

There are significant concerns about the prospects for Canada's banks
Not only are there fears of an imminent housing meltdown but increased mortgage ...




Man accused in workplace nail-gun shooting pleads not guilty - CBC.ca
Man accused in workplace nail-gun shooting pleads not guilty  CBC.ca

A man accused of shooting a co-worker with a nail gun at a Pictou County worksite last fall has pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal negligence causing ...




Nova Scotia spending $2.5 million to address bedsores at care homes - National Post
Nova Scotia spending $2.5 million to address bedsores at care homes  National Post

HALIFAX ? Nova Scotia has announced more than $2.5 million to address bedsore issues at long-term care homes in the province.The move follows a series of ...




Sheer step onto ice adorably fells nearly entire minor hockey team - CBC.ca
Sheer step onto ice adorably fells nearly entire minor hockey team  CBC.ca

An extremely steep step felled nearly every member of a Nova Scotia minor hockey team, with each wee leap to the ice ending in a boy-sized pile
And the ...




Seniors home deemed unsafe for 5 residents after fire drill flop - CBC.ca
Seniors home deemed unsafe for 5 residents after fire drill flop  CBC.ca

Two people continue to live in "unsafe" conditions at an unlicensed seniors home in Waverley, N.S., after a fire drill revealed half of its residents would be unable ...




Here are the personalized licence plates N.S
won?t allow on vehicles - Global News
Here are the personalized licence plates N.S
won?t allow on vehicles
  Global News

If you were hoping to have WARPIG, SWATT or SMRTASS as a custom licence plate in Nova Scotia, you're out of luck
They are custom licence plates that have ...




Legendary Nova Scotia singer Frank MacKay dies - CBC.ca
Legendary Nova Scotia singer Frank MacKay dies  CBC.ca

Fans are mourning the death of Frank MacKay, a beloved Nova Scotia musician and frontman of the legendary 1960s dance band The Lincolns
The New ...




Nova Scotia has no plans to ban cellphones in the classroom - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia has no plans to ban cellphones in the classroom  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's education minister says the province won't ban cellphones in classrooms
"It's like trying to dam the tide," said Zach Churchill
"This technology is ...




Nova Scotia twins vying for Canadian university basketball gold - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia twins vying for Canadian university basketball gold  CBC.ca

Jayda Veinot of Acadia University her twin brother, Keevan Veinot, of Dalhousie University are following in the footsteps of their parents, who were both college ...




'It will not protect Nova Scotians': Privacy commissioner pleads for updated law - CBC.ca
'It will not protect Nova Scotians': Privacy commissioner pleads for updated law  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's information and privacy commissioner took her fight for an overhaul of the province's access and privacy law to the floor of the legislature ...




Mi'kmaw education authority in Nova Scotia a national leader: Bennett - CBC.ca
Mi'kmaw education authority in Nova Scotia a national leader: Bennett  CBC.ca

The federal government is recognizing Nova Scotia's Mi'kmaw community for leading the country when it comes to Indigenous education.




Halifax Port Authority seeks public feedback on expansion plans - CBC.ca
Halifax Port Authority seeks public feedback on expansion plans  CBC.ca

The Halifax Port Authority wants public feedback on long-term expansion options for its cargo operations
A number of ideas have been put forward, including ...




NDP to introduce legislation requiring monthly reports on Nova Scotia's ERs - CBC.ca
NDP to introduce legislation requiring monthly reports on Nova Scotia's ERs  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's opposition New Democrats plan to introduce legislation this week that would force the province to report on the state of emergency rooms every ...




Animal activists accuse N.S
rescue group of stealing cats from owners - CBC News
Animal activists accuse N.S
rescue group of stealing cats from owners
  CBC News

A pair of animal rescue advocates are warning of a disturbing pattern in Nova Scotia: cats going missing from their homes, ostensibly "rescued" from their ...




N.S
prosecutors introduce policy for fair treatment of Indigenous people in courts - CBC.ca
N.S
prosecutors introduce policy for fair treatment of Indigenous people in courts
  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia's Public Prosecution *Service* now has a blueprint to help ensure Indigenous people receive fair treatment when they encounter the justice system.




Trudeau says Nova Scotia has lead on Northern Pulp effluent plans - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Trudeau says Nova Scotia has lead on Northern Pulp effluent plans  TheChronicleHerald.ca

CHARLOTTETOWN ? Justin Trudeau says his government is concerned with plans by a pulp mill in northern Nova Scotia to dump treated effluent into the ...




Chilean workers say they were lured to N.S
with false promise - CBC.ca
Chilean workers say they were lured to N.S
with false promise
  CBC.ca

Three Chilean temporary foreign workers who came to Nova Scotia under the promise of good-paying jobs say they ended up working at a fish plant for a ...




Halifax chiropractor gives up licence, admits to professional incompetence - CBC News
Halifax chiropractor gives up licence, admits to professional incompetence  CBC News

A Halifax-based chiropractor who attracted attention for her unfounded views on vaccines is no longer licensed to practise in Nova Scotia
A notice on the Nova ...




Nova Scotia Health Authority CEO Janet Knox announces retirement - CBC.ca
Nova Scotia Health Authority CEO Janet Knox announces retirement  CBC.ca

Nova Scotia Health Authority CEO Janet Knox says challenges remain for the organization, but it's making process as she prepares to move on.




Spina bifida kept him from playing hockey
He wants to change that for other kids - CBC.ca
Spina bifida kept him from playing hockey
He wants to change that for other kids
  CBC.ca

After dreaming of playing hockey as a child growing up with spina bifida, Kurtis Deveaux finally got the chance as an adult when he started his own sledge ...




Dartmouth boxing club sending 5 fighters to national championships - CBC Sports
Dartmouth boxing club sending 5 fighters to national championships  CBC Sports

A Dartmouth, N.S., boxing club is sending five of its fighters to the Canadian Boxing Championships this spring
Tribal Boxing Club's owner and head coach, ...




Buy Alert: It's Time to Load Up on These 2 Great Canadian Bank Stocks - The Motley Fool Canada
Buy Alert: It's Time to Load Up on These 2 Great Canadian Bank Stocks  The Motley Fool Canada

It's pretty much common knowledge at this point
Owning Canadian banks has been one of the best investment decisions made over the last 25 years, and every ...




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