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Municipality of the District of Lunenburg launches firefighter recruitment retention strategy
Mystery soldier appearing on 75th anniversary D-Day coin identified as Queens County man
Lunenburg council pushes back plastics bylaw
Halifax jury finds Ricardo Whynder guilty of second-degree murder
‘Good in the world and joy to be found’: Pictou County man finds $100 bill and encouragement note
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 ...
Yarmouth to Bar Harbor ferry may be docked all summer due to issues with U.S. permit
A lengthy U.S. regulatory approval process could mean that the Yarmouth to Maine ferry service won’t be running this summer. “I guess that’s the conclusion that could be drawn,” Business and Tourism Minister Geoff MacLellan ...
A look inside the new Yarmouth Elementary School as it nears completion
For the past school year from across the street, students and staff at Yarmouth Central School have watched their new elementary school take shape. In September students will be attending classes at the new Yarmouth Elementary School and ...
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 ...
Inmate charged with sexual assault accidentally released from Pictou County prison
A 72-year-old male inmate was mistakenly released from custody by Sheriff Services at about 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, following an appearance at the Pictou Provincial Court. The inmate was supposed to be returned to the facility on an existing ...
RCMP ask for help to find missing Wallace man
A 25-year-old Wallace man went missing on the afternoon of June 14. Around 2 p.m. Eduardo Torres Diaz, 25, told co-workers he was going to a residence on Hwy. 307 but he wasn't there when co-workers checked ...
Concerns remain as replacement of failed Hantsport aboiteau system nears completion
Driving across the bridge at the Halfway River leading into Hantsport, it’s not unusual these days to see people sitting in their vehicles ...
Pictou County boy struggling with mental health issues
NEW GLASGOW, N.S. Lori Atta feels like her 10-year-old son is getting lost in the system. This week Atta expressed her frustrations in a post on social media, telling of her fight to get mental health treatment for her son. She wrote from the ...
First nursing home inspection reports posted online
The Nova Scotia government has followed through on its promise to post reports about nursing home licensing inspections. But readers shouldn’t expect a detailed analysis of the problems turned up during the inspections conducted by the ...
Craig takes Sackville-Cobequid stronghold from NDP
The race was neck-and-neck before Tory candidate Steve Craig surged ahead for good. NDP candidate Lara Fawthrop had held a 100-vote lead over Craig until the last of 40 polls were counted in the Sackville-Cobequid riding byelection late ...