March 26 blizzard

The calendar says it's spring, but the forecast says Nova Scotians will be shovelling March 26 as a large winter storm is expected to hit the province. 

Click here for a slideshow of photos from the storm and its aftermath.

March 26 blizzard
Karla Kelly

The Department of Highways plow makes its way up the Lent Road as it battles the high winds while working to keep the Weymouth and area highways cleared.

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john
- November 28, 2014
- 19 h 00

What is the point of this article? What are you suggesting the airline should have done? this sort of thing happens ALL the time and is NOT news.

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Catie Miller family November 26, 2014

Catherine "Catie" Miller, 29, went missing from her Dartmouth home in July 2014. Murder charges were laid in the case Nov. 22, 2014. 
The Dartmouth woman is the daughter of Terry and John Miller. She had a young son who was three at the time of her disappearance.
Miller, an electrician, graduated from King's-Edgehill School in Windsor and then
 attended Saint Mary’s University and the Nova Scotia Community College.

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 Posters and candles surround a photo of Catie Miller at the Sept. 17 vigil
100th anniversary of start of First World War November 07, 2014

For the next 16 weeks leading to Remembrance Day, TC Media weekly newspapers in western Nova Scotia will be highlighting stories connected to the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. July 28, was the day the war officially began. Canada would be called into the conflict on Aug. 4 when Britain joined the war. The war would last more than four brutal years. More than 60,000 Canadians would die.

Read the First World War diaries of Weymouth's Stanley Hallett.

 

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The TC Media weekly newspapers in western Nova Scotia are remembering the start of the First World War with a series of articles and features leading up to Remembrance Day.