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On October 5, Ocearch tagged Jefferson the shark off Hirtle's Beach in Nova Scotia. [Read More]
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RCMP are investigating a multi-vehicle accident that claimed three lives in Nova Scotia's Antigonish County. [Read More]
The province's only weed seller says breakout cannabis sales will not be the benchmark for future sales. [Read More]
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Given the provincial Liberals' shift to the right, where does that leave Progressive Conservatives? The vision of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia is that we see a Nova Scotia that is an economic, social and environmental... [Read More]
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The big reveal is a week away; most of the votes have already been cast; one candidate's team exudes confidence, but the others say, by their reckoning, the outcome remains very much in doubt. The Nova Scotia Conservative leadership campaign... [Read More]
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University education can be a wonderful source of export earnings and immigration attraction for Nova Scotia. [Read More]
The NSLC location in Lower Sackville, N.S. was forced to close an hour early Thursday, with its opening delayed again Friday by at least three hours. [Read More]
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Friday, October 19, marks the 31st anniversary of Black Monday, when the Dow Jones industrial average suffered a record 22% crash. David Rosenberg, now the chief economist at Gluskin Sheff, was just starting out on Wall Street as the stock market crashed. "I had never in my life seen such pandemonium either professionally or personally," he recalled. In an interview with Business Insider, Rosenberg shared his recollections of that day and the biggest lessons they hold for investors. David Rosenberg had the worst Wall Street new-hire onboarding you could ask for. Rosenberg, now... [Read More]
The problem popped up hours after the use of cannabis became legal, when someone posted a 77-second online video offering instructions on how to get around using the required access cards. [Read More]
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, in charge of selling marijuana legally in the province, has released sales figures for Wednesday and the numbers are big. [Read More]
Brandon Smeltzer, 25, from Bayside, N.S. was located in New Brunswick on Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder. [Read More]
First Nations members in Nova Scotia say they have the jurisdiction to set their own rules when it comes to cannabis, but want to work with the province to adhere to their guidelines. Chiefs from across the province have agreed to give the government one year before opening on-reserve stores. [Read More]
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Vinessa Antoine wants to change the narrative and is working with the Surfing Association of Nova Scotia to possibly start a surf program for people from North Preston. [Read More]
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Burger & Lobster in London installed a four-poster king size bed into it's Soho restaurant. Guests get a seafood feast that includes Jersey and Poole rock oysters, a black caviar burger, a 1.5 pound Nova Scotia lobster, and king crab legs. [Read More]
Cannabis became legal in Canada at midnight on Wednesday morning, but it's not available in Nova Scotia till the NSLC opens at 10 a.m. [Read More]
Cape Breton-born fiddler first in line at Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. branch, the only legal place to buy recreational marijuana on Cape Breton Island on Wednesday as legalization rolled out across the country. [Read More]
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Peter Aceto spent 21 years in banking, building an online lender in Canada for ING Groep NV and Bank of Nova Scotia. The executive, who left Scotiabank's Tangerine unit 18 months ago, is now blazing a career with other bankers in cannabis. Aceto joined CannTrust Holdings Inc. this month as chief executive officer, excited by the prospect of joining what he expects will become a trillion-dollar global industry. "There are not a lot of times in a lifetime that opportunities like this come up," Aceto, 49, said in a phone interview. "I made the choice to be part of... [Read More]
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Nova Scotia's Attorney General Mark Furey explains how the province is handling the new laws. [Read More]
Halifax and the rest of the province is gearing up for legalization, so we have all the details about where to buy, smoke, and grow your cannabis in Nova Scotia. [Read More]
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Port Hilford's McFarlane family loving their clean business... [Read More]
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