Looming Northern Pulp decision could chip away at forestry business
Looming Northern Pulp decision churns up worries on the water
Sydney rugby player to represent Canada at the Can-Am tour in ...
Final decision on Northern Pulp waste treatment plant imminent
Host clubs for Scotties and Brier playdowns announced
Ring 73 holds boxing card in Glace Bay
Mooseheads' plans for trade period to become clear soon
Short-staffed Mooseheads beat Islanders
Hockey Nova Scotia forms diversity and inclusion task force following recent discriminatory incidents
Sidney Crosby donates full sets of hockey equipment to 87 Nova Scotians
Matt Barron sets new Yarmouth Mariners record for most games played in franchise
Pictou County Crushers player target of racial slur
Pictou County Weeks Major Midgets pick up two wins
The Pictou County Weeks Major Midgets head into December on the right path. The Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League team picked up two wins last weekend, and have now won seven of its past eight games. On Nov. 30 at the Pictou County ...
Pictou County Major Bantam Bombers get two more wins
The Pictou County WearWell Major Bantam Bombers, trying to climb the standings, picked up two more wins last weekend. In the tightly-packed Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League standings, the Bombers have a 9-5-2 record, good enough for seventh ...
Junior A Crushers topple Ramblers, heading out on the road this weekend
What the hockey gods take, sometimes they also give back. Three nights after letting the Miramichi Timberwolves pour in three shorthanded goals in a rather distasteful 5-4 Crushers’ loss, Pictou County turned the table on Dec. 2, scoring two ...
N'sa re-signs with Wanderers
A sixth member of HFX Wanderers FC will be back for another season. Chrisnovic N’sa re-signed with the Canadian Premier League team on Thursday, joining fellow veterans Christian Oxner, Akeem Garcia, Andre Rampersad, Scott Firth and Alex De ...
Mooseheads fall 5-2 to Islanders on road
Another win was within reach for the Halifax Mooseheads on Sunday afternoon but it just got away from them. The Charlottetown Islanders had just a bit more in the tank than the Mooseheads and did enough to win 5-2 at the Eastlink Centre in ...
Mooseheads deliver second straight solid win
The Halifax Mooseheads are quietly trending in the right direction. They beat the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 3-0 at the Scotiabank Centre on Saturday to give them their second win in a row and make them 6-3-1-1 in their past 11 games. Their ...
Mooseheads secure textbook win over Titan
No one ever complains about a textbook road win. The Halifax Mooseheads travelled to Bathurst on Thursday and returned with two points after a clinical 6-3 victory over the Titan. "The guys played the right way tonight," said ...
Mooseheads head coach Daigneault assesses himself at 25-game benchmark
J.J. Daigneault is now 25 games into his first season as head coach of the Halifax Mooseheads. The team's record is 11-11-2-1 and the longtime pro player and assistant coach recently stepped back for a moment to give an honest assessment of ...
Dal soccer coach Nearing retires
Pat Nearing is retiring after 21 years as head coach of the Dalhousie Tigers men's soccer team. Nearing took over the program in 1999 and guided the team to a 10-1-2 record and an AUS championship. He leaves the university with a career record ...
Wildcats get best of Moose in latest tilt
The rivalry between the Halifax Mooseheads and Moncton Wildcats is as robust as ever. The teams met for the third time of the season on Saturday and went through their usual intense push and pull. In the end, the Wildcats pushed just a bit harder ...