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A Nova Scotia toddler who befriended two garbage men received a special birthday gift: a toy recreation of his favourite garbage truck. [Read More]
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None of the money the woman lost is recoverable... [Read More]
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The Nova Scotia government says it's hoping to reduce immigration paperwork for internationally trained doctors who already have a job offer. [Read More]
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The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal is refusing to overturn the convictions against Amy Hood despite her mental illness. It also ruled her house arrest sentence should stand even though it was below the mandatory minimum. [Read More]
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Nova Scotia's fire marshal says his office must do a better job of letting the public know about the cause of fires like the one last month that claimed the lives of four children in rural Pubnico Head. [Read More]
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Five Nations Clam Co. was awarded a new licence for Arctic surf clam. Fisheries giant Clearwater Seafoods Inc. is calling foul on the decision following their unsuccessful bid, which involved partnering with 13 Mi'kmaq bands in Nova Scotia. [Read More]
‍CANADIANS DIAGNOSED WITH ADVANCED PARKINSON'S DISEASE LIVING IN NOVA SCOTIA NOW HAVE PUBLIC ACCESS TO DUODOPA​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:... [Read More]
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For five years in a row, Nova Scotia has seen more doctors leave than arrive. The pressure is on for a newly hired recruiting team to turn the loss into a positive, but the team has work to do to catch up with the rest of the country. [Read More]
The vote was in response to sweeping changes that the government plans to make to the education system... [Read More]
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The Canadian Football League's commissioner will be in Halifax Friday, for what's expected to be a morale booster to those hoping the city will gain a professional team. Randy Ambrosie issued a news release noting the league has made the Nova Scotia capital the sole non-franchise city on his national tour. He'll be holding a public town hall in a large hotel ballroom in the city's downtown at noon on Friday. No spokesperson from the league was available for comment Thursday on what specific announcements to expect from the visit. [Read More]
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Nova Scotia's highest court has upheld the convictions of a former teacher who sexually abused two teenage students. Amy Hood of Stellarton, N.S., was found guilty in April 2016 of sexual touching, sexual exploitation and luring minors for a sexual purpose. Hood admitted she abused the male students, aged 15 and 17 at the time, but argued she should be found not criminally responsible because she was suffering from bipolar mood disorder at the time. [Read More]
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Education Minister Zach Churchill has met with the head of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union a day after the union revealed its illegal strike mandate over education reforms. [Read More]
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Education Minister Zach Churchill has met with the head of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union a day after the union revealed its illegal strike mandate over education reforms. [Read More]
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The successful recipient of a new licence for the lucrative Arctic surf clam industry is led by the brother of a Nova Scotia MP who has donated nearly $5,500 to the Liberal party since 2006. [Read More]
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The Truro Bearcats of the Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League have a new head coach. [Read More]
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A program that helps international students to stay and work in Nova Scotia will be adopted by the three other Atlantic provinces as they try to grow their population. [Read More]
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Nova Scotia's public school teachers have given their union a strong mandate to authorize an... [Read More]
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The Nova Scotia Teachers Union has voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action but they are not going to use that power yet. NSTU president Liette Doucet announced the results of the online vote Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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The independent review of Nova Scotia's forestry practices has been extended by two months. Announced Aug. 30, the review headed by University of King's College president Bill Lahey was originally due next Wednesday, but is now expected to be completed by the end of April. [Read More]
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Last week's column, about a Halifax family doctor torn between staying or leaving Nova Scotia, struck a sadly familiar chord for Ross MacInnis of Antigonish. [Read More]
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