A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
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The Journal Pioneer
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SMU-aided right whale death study: Ropeless gear needed to give population a chance
Nova Scotia stoking wood chip heating program for government buildings
Conservatives' random texting campaign in N.S. raises privacy concerns: expert
Deer trapped inside Sydney's Victoria Park Armouries for days
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Another dead right whale spotted in Gulf of St. Lawrence
For the second time this month, a dead North Atlantic right whale was spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. On June 20, during a Transport Canada aerial surveillance flight, Fisheries and Oceans Canada received a report of a dead North Atlantic ...
Hip, knee replacements spike in Atlantic Canada
The number of hip and knee replacement surgeries has jumped in the past five years across Canada, particularly in the Atlantic region. Surgery volumes have increased by 17 per cent since 2013/14, according to a report by the Canadian Institute for ...
Church supports man who stole human remains from cemetery as he is sentenced in St. John's
The second row of the courtroom gallery was perhaps not the type of pew Rev. Wayne Parsons is used to, though he sat there on Wednesday, preparing to deliver a message to which he is likely more accustomed. Parsons waited to be called to the ...
Atlantic provinces not following through on Atlantic Lottery Corporation audit: auditors general
Nova Scotia and the other Atlantic provinces have completed two of nine recommendations stemming from a 2016 audit on the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, according to a report released by a joint Atlantic auditors general report on Wednesday. The ...
Algae blooms, runoff suffocating Atlantic Canada’s eelgrass beds: Dalhousie study
Eelgrass has meant a lot to coastal Nova Scotians. Until recent years it was something to be collected along the shore each fall and banked against stone foundations to keep the draft out. It also served as a good mulch for gardens. For ...
Labrador City girl says business didn't do enough to protect her
When Karmyn Skinner got a part time job at McDonald's in Labrador City she thought it would be a great way to make some extra money. The 16-year-old worked there for about nine months before things took a turn. “This person would be ...
Fisheries minister stands by Nova Scotia grandfather’s $700 fishing fine
Doug Barkhouse figured the federal fisheries minister understood that he was simply teaching his three-year-old granddaughter how to use her miniature fishing rod and the minister would make the $700 fine go away. After all, the minister, Jonathan ...
Accused in Canning robbery said in 2017 he was a paraplegic, but is walking now
The man accused of trying to rob the Valley Credit Union branch in Canning last week walked into and out of the courtroom at Kentville provincial court Monday and Tuesday, which came as bit of a surprise to some observers at the ...
Lunenburg considers $9.84 million waste water treatment system to clean up harbour stink
All last summer, media outlets from across the country descended on Lunenburg and called on the town to clean up their much maligned harbour. Now, after a winter of work, Mayor Rachel Bailey says the town is ready to answer that ...
Former IWK CEO elects provincial court trial on fraud charges
The former chief executive officer of the IWK Health Centre has elected to be tried in Halifax provincial court on fraud-related charges. Tracy Leanne Kitch, 58, of Oakville, Ont., is charged with fraud over $5,000 and breach of trust. Lawyer ...