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Windsor mayor Anna Allen is excited at the prospect of a new life finally coming for the old Nova Scotia Textiles plant in the town. Halifax developer Navid Saberi acquired the iconic building and the two-hectare property it sits... [Read More]
Twenty-two expecting mothers in northern Nova Scotia were told in December the midwife service they were relying upon was being suspended. [Read More]
The only existing film footage of the Canadians landing at Juno Beach on D-Day is grainy and, nearly 75 years later, dim. But after all this time your heart still breaks for the young men of No. 3 Platoon, A Company of the North Shore Regiment as... [Read More]
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Social workers in Nova Scotia are now required to consider a child's immigration status when they are taken into care - and can even apply for citizenship on their behalf. The policy changes follow the high-profile case of Abdoul Abdi, a... [Read More]
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Rather than tackle "the challenges in the health-care system" with gusto, the Liberals on the Nova Scotia legislature's new health committee prefer to ease into them slowly, like a tired old body might slide into a hot bath. How... [Read More]
Twenty-two expecting mothers in northern Nova Scotia were told in December the midwife service they were relying upon was being suspended.It was explained by the Nova Scotia Health Authority as a staffing shortage caused by unforeseen... [Read More]
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A man whose history of violent crimes began with the bludgeoning death of his mother is in a New York jail after being deported from Canada following his release from prison there. William Shrubsall, who changed his name to Ethan Macleod, pleaded not guilty in Niagara County Court Tuesday to charges dating to 1996, when he fled to Canada while on trial for allegedly sexually abusing a 17-year-old girl. He was represented by a public defender and is being held without bail. Shrubsall was paroled by Canadian authorities in November after serving 20 years for attacks on three... [Read More]
Alberta's Selena Sturmay improved to 6-0 with a 10-4 win over Nova Scotia's Kaitlyn Jones at the Canadian junior curling championships on Tuesday afternoon. Jones, the defending Canadian and world champ, is... [Read More]
Windsor mayor Anna Allen is excited at the prospect of a new life finally coming for the old Nova Scotia Textiles plant in the town. Halifax developer Navid Saberi acquired the iconic building and the two-hectare property it sits on late last... [Read More]
Nova Scotia's Steinhart Distillery just became part of another class, after winning the "Best Classic Gin in the World" at the 2019 World Gin Awards in London, England. [Read More]
NOVA SCOTIA LURCHER (SW):  WIND: Light increasing to SW 20 knots near noon then to SW 30 knots in the afternoon WAVES:  1 to 2 metres building to 2 to 3 metres in the evening       SOUTHWESTERN SHORE:... [Read More]
The managing director of a group that represents non-profit nursing homes, which has grown to include some privately owned residences, hopes Stephen McNeil's government will move quickly to hire more people and implement other... [Read More]
A Halifax woman and Dartmouth man are facing animal cruelty charges. The Nova Scotia SPCA and Halifax Regional Police started an investigation after receiving an animal cruelty report of a young dog in Halifax on Dec. 14, said the SPCA in a news... [Read More]
Besler said workers will also have the ability to consult with federal officials and outside experts and to seek legal advice on individual cases... [Read More]
The RCMP in Nova Scotia say 54-year-old Larry Beverly Crouse was wanted after he failed to appear in Bridgewater provincial court last October. He has now been found, police say, in Whitehorse. [Read More]
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Note: Bob Watson was a friend of Holocaust survivor Philip Riteman. They met in 2010 when Watson, as part of the diversity committee at the Nova Scotia Community College's Kingstec Campus in Kentville, invited Riteman to speak. From that... [Read More]
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Nova Scotia RCMP went north to get a Lunenburg man who had fled the province rather than appear in court on several charges. Larry Beverly Crouse, 54, failed to show up to two separate court dates, one on charges of impaired driving and driving... [Read More]
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The powerful storm that battered Eastern Canada Monday had an unexpected casualty - a Zamboni found in a ditch near Windsor, Nova Scotia, without a rink in sight. A bemused driver snapped a photo of the scene and it quickly... [Read More]
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The powerful storm that battered Eastern Canada Monday had an unexpected casualty -- a Zamboni found in a ditch near Windsor, Nova Scotia, without a rink in sight. [Read More]
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Niagara Falls native William C. Shrubsall, who spent 20 years in a Canadian prison for a series of violent crimes in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is back in the custod…... [Read More]
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