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George MacDonald to retire after final term on Cape Breton Regional Municipality council
For a well-respected municipal councillor, his last term is turning into a lonely one. After 12 years as councillor for the Cape Breton Regional Municipality for Reserve Mines and part of Glace Bay – and more than half a century ...
Sadie Graham, who survived Halifax Explosion, dies at 107
Sadie Graham, one of the last known survivors of the Halifax Explosion, has died. She was 107. She died peacefully on Friday of natural causes in her Dartmouth nursing home, her son, Terry Graham, said on Tuesday. Born in 1912 in Halifax, ...
Class-action lawsuit filed against Northwood over handling of COVID-19 at Halifax facility
HALIFAX, N.S. — A proposed class action has been filed against Northwood, alleging the organization breached its legal obligations to its residents "due to inaction and inadequate response to the COVID-19 pandemic.” Of the 60 ...
Bear activity closes Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct for now
Fans of the Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct in Queens County can’t get a break. The COVID-19 pandemic shuttered national parks until recently. Now the popular Parks Canada trail system along St. Catharine’s Beach has been temporarily ...
No new COVID-19 cases in Nova Scotia, premier lauds protesters for using masks
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil took time during Tuesday's COVID-19 update to thank protesters for trying to pay attention to pandemic distancing measures even while gathering to take a knee against racism. Thousands gathered in downtown ...
Twitter suspends account of major NYC police union for 'doxxing' Mayor de Blasio's daughter
Twitter temporarily suspended the account of a major New York City police union on Monday for posting the arrest report of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s daughter, including her personal information. On Sunday, The Sergeants ...
REPLAY: Justin Trudeau's address to Canadians for June 2, 2020
OTTAWA, Ont. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses Canadians on June 2 from Rideau Cottage in Ottawa. ...
Information sought on missing Pictou County teenager
Police are asking for help to find a Pictou County teenager who has been missing since Sunday afternoon. Emma Ruth Hubley, 15, of Plymouth is described as white and 5-foot-4 and 110 pounds, Pictou District RCMP said in a news release. She ...
Paul Connolly comes one step closer to manslaughter sentencing in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court
The last of four men who pleaded guilty in connection with the death of a C.B.S. man in 2016 came one step closer to sentencing Monday morning. Paul Connolly’s case was called in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court in St. John’s, ...
Vendors react to St. John’s Farmers' Market reopening
The St. John’s Farmers’ Market (SJFM) — among the places shuttered for months by the COVID-19 crisis — is reopening for regular markets starting Saturday, June 13 and there’s some cautious optimism about what the traffic ...