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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
Bay Ferries still hoping for a 2019 Cat season as passenger reservations are cancelled up to July 18
Photographer Lynn Ellis found her focus in Lunenburg
Health authorities say tick infestation along South Shore isn’t going away
A recent presentation on Lyme disease confirmed a truth many South Shore residents already know: black-legged ticks are here to stay. ...
‘It was just horrific’: Parasite fatal to birds believed to be behind weekend sightings in Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia Bird Society is once again reminding people to take down any bird feeders during the spring and summer months. At least eight sightings of parasite-infected birds have been reported in Nova Scotia since June 14, bringing renewed ...
Pet Projects offers free spay/neuter program for Shelburne County cats
Abandoned and feral cats and their kittens are a sad reality everywhere along the South Shore. “There are so many sad stories where previously owned, unspayed house cats are booted out,” says Cheryl Bower, director of Pet Projects in ...
Almost 3,000 Nova Scotians may be victims of medical records privacy breach, says NSHA
Medical records of 2,841 people could be compromised after a Nova Scotia Health Authority employee recently fell victim to an email scam, the health authority said on Monday. The NSHA is in the process of sending out notifications to all the ...
Privateer Days gives nod to its roots, focusing on creating a festival for the people
Over the past five months, Catherine Croft has been focused on the idea of people playing together as a community. Croft is the new chairperson for the annual Privateer Days committee, which formed in January. She quickly headed to the Queens ...
South Shore business offering high-speed packages to customers throughout Lunenburg County
Michael and Charmaine Wilson say satellite internet is one solution to the South Shore’s connectivity problems. The husband-wife duo, who own South Shore Satellite, have been providing television and internet services across the region for ...
Navy looking for sailor spotted in Halifax coffee shop with 'Infidel' tattoo
The Royal Canadian Navy is looking to identify a sailor with the word infidel tattooed in the shape of a rifle on his arm. The sailor’s tattoo was on display at a Halifax Tim Horton’s on Tuesday, as he stood in line wearing his uniform ...
Indigenous youth from P.E.I., Nova Scotia take ideas to Senate
When it comes to forging a true nation-to-nation relationship, Richard Pellissier-Lush from Lennox Island First Nation in P.E.I. believes Canada has to do more than just hear what Indigenous people have to say. It also has to listen, he ...
Following complaints, Nova Scotia landlords warned about denying tenants with children
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is reminding landlords it’s illegal to deny people tenancy because they have children after receiving multiple inquiries. “Staff at the commission have reported a recent spike in inquiries from ...
Groundbreaking autism program for Nova Scotia toddlers gets $2 million from province
A new pilot program for the parents of toddlers with autism or suspected autism is a first for Nova Scotia. The QuickStart program, which involves one-on-one parent-coaching that uses play-based activities to help them develop their child’s ...