Pictou County RCMP arrest two impaired drivers
With Boat Harbour closure looming, union awaits notice on impact for ...
Dorian expected to bring heavy rain and high winds to Pictou County
HEADLINES & SIDELINES: September's here, and all is well
Sentence in assault on Yarmouth girl to be handed down Sept. 16
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Shore birds move through Nova Scotia
Souls Harbour Rescue Mission serves Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds in Halifax
Pedestrian seriously injured after being hit by vehicle in Halifax
Minister hints Yarmouth ferry season won't be salvaged
Nova Scotia man who forged criminal record check in P.E.I. jailed
Hundreds bid farewell to Buchanan in moving celebration of life service
Changes in the air at Sydney Airport
ER overcrowding resulted in cancelled surgeries – MLA
The NDP’s health critic says elective surgeries were cancelled at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital this week because of a lack of beds, while beds were empty at the Glace Bay hospital due to a lack of doctors. Cape Breton Centre MP Tammy ...
Nova Scotia government introduces legislation to regulate massage therapy
Nova Scotia has taken the first step toward regulating the massage therapy profession. Under the proposed Massage Therapist Titles Protection Act, anyone who wants to use the titles massage therapist, registered massage therapist or ...
Cast your ballot for the federal election in advance polls today through Monday
The advance poll for the 2019 federal election opened Friday and will remain open on Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. each day. Election Day is Oct. 21. To vote, you must be a Canadian citizen and at least 18 ...
Crews to begin cutting up, dismantling collapsed Halifax crane Sunday
The only real certainty is that workers are scheduled to begin removing Halifax's infamous collapsed crane on Sunday. And that more Halifax residents are being evacuated to make way for the carnage cleanup. Halifax Regional ...
Bernier in Halifax for rally Friday; May in Glace Bay, Halifax on Saturday
Maxime Bernier will be in downtown Halifax tonight to host a rally. The People's Party of Canada leader will be at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel at 1919 Upper Water St. from 7-9 p.m. Bernier won't be the only party ...
Digital information now available on Marshall prosecution
Details from a royal commission inquiry that changed the face of Nova Scotia justice are now available online. The wrongful murder conviction of Donald Marshall Jr. of Membertou in 1971 resulted in the appointment of a three-member royal ...
Driver seriously injured when vehicle hits tree, fire hydrant in Halifax
A driver was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after losing control of their vehicle and hitting a tree and fire hydrant in Halifax early Friday morning. At 1:26 a.m., Halifax Regional Police responded to the ...
Nova Scotia law change would force MLAs to resign if they run for another office
MLAs will soon no longer have the option of keeping their seat if they choose to run federally. Legislation introduced Thursday that would amend the House of Assembly Act requires MLAs to resign after becoming a federal candidate or if they run ...
Nova Scotia NDP calls for improved help at hospitals for people with hearing disabilities
Three times in a row Tom Nickerson showed up to a hospital emergency room and he didn’t get the care he needed. The Lower Sackville resident, who is deaf, found there was no interpretive services immediately available, or an up-to-date ...
Whitney Pier woman hoping to help take the loneliness out of Christmas for some seniors
A Whitney Pier woman is looking for families willing to add an extra chair to their table for Christmas dinner this year. Melinda Patton was heartbroken reading a story in the Cape Breton Post about two lonely seniors preparing to spend another ...