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Tories talk health-care staff recruitment, a close race could be shaping up in the district of Antigonish and advanced voting numbers continue to increase. It’s Day 18 of Nova Scotia’s 31-day provincial election campaign.
Researchers and advocates say sea level rise and coastal erosion will lead to increased conflict between people who want public beach access and private owners.
A Nova Scotia family decided to create a book about Alzheimer’s disease, written for children by children, after their own two boys found there were few resources to help them understand their grandmother’s illness.
A member of a refugee sponsorship group in Antigonish says securing housing for two new families is “nigh impossible” and makes her fear they won’t be able to continue welcoming refugees to their community.
Dozens of firefighters battled a large blaze with the help of rain Monday at Millett Lumber in Chester Grant, N.S.
A man died in southwestern Nova Scotia on Saturday evening after falling from a steep hill when a rope broke, according to the RCMP.
The leaders of the three major parties continued their campaign efforts outside Halifax on Sunday.
The race in Antigonish includes a high-profile Liberal candidate, a new but well-liked PC challenger, and a now-seasoned NDP candidate vying for the seat.
Some Mi’kmaw artisans in Nova Scotia have found it particularly hard this year to source traditional materials, such as birch bark for building canoes and wood from the black ash tree used to create baskets.
Kenzie MacNeil, who died last week, is being remembered as a key figure in the cultural renaissance of Cape Breton.
Although some pandemic restrictions have been loosened, most Natal Day events have been postponed until 2022.
As the province’s rapid testing strategy continues to evolve, pop-up testing is now happening at events throughout the city.
One person is dead after a recreational boating accident on Bras d’Or Lake Saturday. The Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Halifax was called just after 4 p.m. about a missing person who had been using a rental jet ski on the lake near Baddeck Bay.
The Slavery Abolition Act is a living and evolving covenant to recognize the humanity of Black lives and the right for generations of Black people in Canada to be free in all senses — including freedom of self-actualization.
An Elmsdale business has welcomed another restaurant into its kitchen for the evening hours. Cup of Soul turns into Soaring Crane Sushi most evenings, creating a win-win situation for both owners.
Police in Nova Scotia are investigating after a fishing boat sank at the Saulnierville wharf.
In this instalment of the Election Notebook: A new platform plank from the Liberals, diversity curriculum from the PCs and emergency mental health care from the NDP.
Mariele Guerrero is spending her summer on a stand-up paddle board, on a quest to circumnavigate all of mainland Nova Scotia.
A generator failure on board CCGS Hudson in May is the latest setback for the 58-year old research vessel. The Coast Guard says the ship is safe and in good condition following repairs.
This year, as Nova Scotians officially observe Emancipation Day for the first time, there are calls to not only recognize this province’s brutal history of slavery — but to make reparations for it.
Canadian Blood Services says there is an urgent need for blood donors over the coming weeks as donations are down and demand is up.
Supertramp was one of the hottest bands on the planet when their July 31, 1979, Halifax show was cancelled on the day of the concert. Rumours swirled about bomb threats and an IRA threat. CBC News looks into a rock and roll mystery.
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge has dismissed the application for a judicial review of the Liberal government’s decision to remove Owls Head from the list of Crown properties pending legal protection, noting the potential sale is not a done deal.
Nova Scotia is reporting one new case of COVID-19 and nine active cases on Friday.
A piece of music inspired by the No. 2 Construction Battalion was performed in public for the first time at a Pan-African flag raising ceremony at CFB Halifax on Friday.
A 49-year-old Halifax man who admitted to sexually abusing his underage stepdaughter over a period of several years has been sentenced to nine years in prison.
Landyn Toney and his mother are going to reserves along the path of their 200-kilometre walk to ask for suggestions on how to use the money the journey has raised.
Four women accused in a $3.6 million tax fraud told a judge Thursday they simply weren’t ready to offer a rebuttal to the Crown’s case against them.
Poet, educator and activist El Jones has written a poem for Emancipation Day, which will be marked for the first time in Nova Scotia and across the country this Sunday.
As Alberta loosens COVID-19 restrictions, experts in Nova Scotia say it doesn’t make sense to introduce further restrictions on travellers from that province.
Voters in the Nova Scotia riding of Glace Bay-Dominion are faced with choosing a candidate named John — Liberal John John McCarthy, the NDP’s John Morgan, or John White of the PCs.
In today’s instalment of the Election Notebook: Early voter turnout is up, a PC candidate is thrilled with the attention her vaginal health signs are getting and the party leaders are recycling health-care promises on the campaign trail.
Mild winter conditions in Nova Scotia would lead to deep water in the Bedford Basin being temporarily devoid of oxygen.