Bringing new life to downtown Yarmouth
Kentville Chalk Art Festival livens up Webster Street with colourful designs
Kids’ Halloween event coming up at Digby Wesleyan Church
Potential adult learners get a chance to check out the Hants Learning ...
Veteran firefighters commemorate Great Windsor Fire of 1897
Digby’s Balancing Rock inspires coffeehouse’s name in Halifax
Shelburne Canada 150 Mosaic Mural event to be unveiled at Osprey on ...
Teen entrepreneur making a difference in Kings County – and beyond
Annapolis Valley business owners encouraged to take tax change concerns to MPs
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Shelburne fire departments, medical first responders getting Naloxone kits as part of pilot project
RCMP investigating two suspicious boat fires in southwestern Nova Scotia
Energy East pipeline cancellation an ‘enormous win,’ says Ecology Action Centre in N.S.
P.E.I. scuba divers discover mystery shipwreck in Northumberland Strait
Investigation leads to second set of threats charges as a result of alleged social media activity
‘I was scared to death’ Halifax woman was in the same hotel as the Las Vegas shooter, still shaken as she heads home
SIRT investigating after man falls to his death from Highway 125 overpass
SiRT’s ongoing investigation is looking at the circumstances that lead to the death of the 27-year-old man. “At approximately 5 p.m., Cape Breton Regional Police were called to respond to a possible altercation on the overpass over Highway 125 at the ...
RCMP seeking information regarding crash that killed Const. Deschênes
Late Tuesday afternoon, Deschenes stopped his police cruiser on the Trans Canada Highway to assist two people in an SUV change a tire when a utility van collided with his police car and the SUV. Deschênes was pronounced dead at the scene, while the ...
Fatal crash involving Amherst RCMP officer rekindles memories of another crash
Const. Francis Deschenes was killed when he was struck by a utility van on Tuesday evening while helping a pair of motorists change a tire on a busy stretch of Trans Canada Highway. Paul Calder was helping a motorist at the side of the highway near ...
DFO says they are active in enforcing illegal lobster activity and hear concerns that fishermen are raising
Fishermen in southwestern Nova Scotia are raising concerns that there are abuses happening in the Aboriginal food fishery and commercial sales of lobster are happening. They want to see DFO do more to prevent this. David Whorley, DFO manager for ...
Nova Scotia RCMP officer killed on New Brunswick highway remembered as well-loved, brave
On late Tuesday afternoon, Deschenes stopped his police cruiser on the Trans Canada Highway near Memramcook, N.B., to help a stranded motorist with a flat tire. His decision to change the tire had tragic consequences: he and his vehicle were ...
Nova Scotia RCMP officer killed in traffic collision near Memramcook, NB
On Sept. 12, 2017, shortly after 6 p.m., New Brunswick RCMP received a call regarding a traffic collision in the east bound lane of Highway 2. Preliminary investigation has determined the RCMP member stopped to assist two people ...
Sydney man who lost entire family to suicide shares story
The Sydney man’s twin sons both hanged themselves — Philip, 25, in 2012 and James a year later — and then his wife Cheryl took her own life in 2016. The successive blows were like something out of the Old Testament, the trials of Job, and at times ...
RCMP: Man wanted after shot fired in Sackville, N.B., may be in Nova Scotia
Sept. 7 around 1 a.m., the Sackville detachment of the Southeast District RCMP was called to a home on Weldon Street where a shot had been fired. No one was injured. Later that same day, RCMP in Nova Scotia arrested a 36-year-old woman ...
Voluntary retirement no reason for Cape Breton man to stop support payments: judge
In a decision released this week from the Supreme Court Family Division, Justice Lee Anne MacLeod-Archer ruled that a Sydney’s man decision to retire early did not equate to a significant material change in his ability to pay. Colin MacLeod had asked ...
St. John’s election has gone to the dogs — literally
Finn, a five-year-old Australian cattle dog, is featured in a tongue-in-cheek, campaign-style YouTube video that has been making the rounds on social media. Owner Glenn Redmond says Finn is an accomplished actor, having played roles in the movie ...