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05/30/2008 [-] Fill 'er up and pay more
05/30/2008 [-] Opponents of Mahone Bay development lose appeal
05/30/2008 [-] Fill 'er up and pay more
05/30/2008 [-] Economic golden age? Not in Nova Scotia
05/30/2008 [-] Lots On Tap In Nova Scotia This Summer
05/30/2008 [-] Canucks' Bourdon dies in motorcycle crash
05/29/2008 [-] Take down Cornwallis statue, activists urge
05/29/2008 [-] Goodbye callers Talk show host Howe off the air
05/29/2008 [-] Police, health district investigating missing computer drive
05/29/2008 [-] Tri-County school board's accusation angers education minister
05/29/2008 [-] Officials misplace passport, ID of Namibian man facing deportation
05/29/2008 [-] Nova Scotia prisoners striking over tobacco ban
05/28/2008 [-] Funding shortfall behind job cuts, Tri-County school board says
05/28/2008 [-] Clarke plans own committee on domestic violence
05/28/2008 [-] High food, fuel costs leave Sally Ann in a pinch
05/28/2008 [-] Bodies of missing fishermen recovered off Nova Scotia
05/28/2008 [-] Doctors accept 5-year deal with province
05/28/2008 [-] Body of missing fisherman recovered off Nova Scotia
05/28/2008 [-] N.S. cabinet minister and son learn cost of 'lesson'
05/28/2008 [-] N.S. cabinet minister and son learn cost of 'lesson'
05/28/2008 [-] Search continues for missing fishermen
05/28/2008 [-] Inmates at Nova Scotia prison striking to protest smoking ban
05/27/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia profit falls 6 percent
05/27/2008 [-] UPDATE 3-Bank of Nova Scotia keeps eye on U.S. banks
05/27/2008 [-] Zap! Nova Scotia Power plans rate hike
05/27/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia profit falls 6 percent, dividend up
05/27/2008 [-] Officials seize 3,500 undersized N.S. lobsters
05/27/2008 [-] School boards promised options in dealing with 'runaway' members
05/27/2008 [-] Missing father, 11-year-old son safe
05/27/2008 [-] School boards promised options in dealing with 'runaway' members
05/26/2008 [-] Nova Scotia A land rich in history, wildlife and beauty
05/26/2008 [-] Public's help requested in Annapolis Valley arson investigation
05/26/2008 [-] Bras d'Or Lake should be given UNESCO designation group
05/26/2008 [-] Physicians' panel to decide penalty for ER doctor guilty of misconduct
05/26/2008 [-] Bras d'Or Lake should be given UNESCO designation group
05/26/2008 [-] N.S. curator named to top post at AGNS
05/26/2008 [-] Public's help requested in Annapolis Valley arson investigation
05/26/2008 [-] Physicians' panel to decide penalty for ER doctor guilty of misconduct
05/26/2008 [-] New Queensland Beach road kicks up controversy
05/26/2008 [-] Nova Scotia teachers to elect president online
05/26/2008 [-] Strait Regional School Board fired for infighting
05/25/2008 [-] Crosby's Nova Scotia town puts its pride on display
05/24/2008 [-] It's a Family Affair Exploring Nova Scotia Genealogy on a Maritime Vacation
05/24/2008 [-] N.S. 'Red Rally' draws praise from Hillier
05/24/2008 [-] N.S. 'Red Rally' draws praise from Hillier
05/23/2008 [-] Casey to end speculation about Strait board
05/23/2008 [-] Out-of-control car lands in Halifax-area kitchen
05/23/2008 [-] 2 found dead in Halifax house
05/23/2008 [-] Halifax needs public safety co-ordinator report
05/23/2008 [-] Hospital unit making us sick, workers say
05/23/2008 [-] Cape Breton council debates kicking lawsuit question to voters
05/23/2008 [-] Questions abound as Canso residents face vote
05/22/2008 [-] Future of Strait school board in doubt
05/22/2008 [-] Tax reform plan under public scrutiny
05/22/2008 [-] Firing elected board an option, Strait chair says
05/22/2008 [-] Vacant trailer where needles found faces wrecking ball
05/22/2008 [-] Small plane crashes near Berwick
05/22/2008 [-] RCMP hunt fake 100s in Cole Harbour
05/22/2008 [-] No closing of ICUs, health minister says
05/22/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Vacation Rental Leads the Way in Environmentally Responsible Management in the Accommoda
05/22/2008 [-] Audit finds problems at Kings County children's aid agency
05/21/2008 [-] Air quality OK at Sydney jail
05/21/2008 [-] Audit finds problems at Kings County children's aid agency
05/21/2008 [-] Court extends closure of suspected drug den
05/21/2008 [-] Pumpkin king dies
05/21/2008 [-] Former Halifax mayor Ron Wallace dies
05/21/2008 [-] A take-no-chances budget for Nova Scotia
05/21/2008 [-] Fuel costs keep Digby scallop fleet at home
05/20/2008 [-] Another step forward for Donkin mine project
05/20/2008 [-] Girl in Bennet attack sentenced as youth
05/20/2008 [-] Fire guts warehouse in Grand Pr?
05/20/2008 [-] Shelter pins funding hopes on proposed committee
05/20/2008 [-] Fire guts warehouse in Grand Pré
05/19/2008 [-] Nova Scotia fishermen end harbor blockade
05/18/2008 [-] Nova Scotia fishermen, supporters plan rally to press for crab quota
05/16/2008 [-] Defence minister laces on rugby boots for Nova Scotia Keltics
05/16/2008 [-] Fitch Affirms Bank of Nova Scotia at 'AA-'; Outlook Stable
05/16/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Protest Over Crab Quota
05/16/2008 [-] Arson suspected in Halifax fire
05/15/2008 [-] Nova Scotians honoured for salmon conservation
05/15/2008 [-] Sydney chamber eager for 200M shipping terminal
05/15/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Tories survive budget vote
05/15/2008 [-] New owner for Pictou County mill
05/15/2008 [-] Nova Scotia school boards to pick up election tab
05/15/2008 [-] Sydney to get 200M shipping terminal
05/14/2008 [-] Children playing with matches caused small fire in Dartmouth school
05/14/2008 [-] Shakeup at N.S. air ambulance sparks safety concerns among former employees
05/14/2008 [-] North Sydney cabbie injured in gunpoint robbery
05/14/2008 [-] Halifax Port Authority to spend 1M to dredge harbour
05/14/2008 [-] Premier says he never told Nova Scotians to take the bus
05/14/2008 [-] Halifax Port Authority to spend 1M to dredge harbour
05/14/2008 [-] Metal thieves plunder Nova Scotia veterans
05/14/2008 [-] Halifax police hunt for suspects after debit machine incidents
05/14/2008 [-] Bank Nova Scotia To Boost Stake In Scotiabank Peru To 98%
05/13/2008 [-] Developers plan transformation for Dartmouth mall
05/13/2008 [-] Tobacconist charged with displaying cigarettes
05/13/2008 [-] CBU cuts counsellor for students
05/13/2008 [-] Clarke to respond to orders on inmate transfers
05/12/2008 [-] It's official - Nova Scotia Special Olympic winter games coming to Yarmouth
05/12/2008 [-] Compensation comes at too high a price residential school survivors
05/12/2008 [-] Cohen delivers fan favourites for tour kickoff in N.B.
05/12/2008 [-] Cop accidentally shoots himself during raid
05/12/2008 [-] Vandal hits Halifax home at heart of legal battle
05/11/2008 [-] Lobster woes hit Nova Scotia, prices down, costs up
05/10/2008 [-] Quarantined train arrives in Toronto, no infectious disease on board
05/09/2008 [-] N.S. justice department ordered to improve prison security
05/09/2008 [-] Play breathes new life into story of activist Anna Mae Aquash
05/09/2008 [-] SPCA destroys 6 dogs from raid
05/09/2008 [-] Liberals to keep Tories in power
05/09/2008 [-] Proposed N.S. law gives patients choice ahead of illness
05/09/2008 [-] Trucking companies face dilemma as costs rise
05/09/2008 [-] Nash scores late to save Team Canada at worlds
05/08/2008 [-] Hunt for Karissa's killer still active, police say
05/08/2008 [-] Couche-Tard and Irving Oil expand partnership to Atlantic Canada
05/08/2008 [-] Negotiate, don't litigate, Dingwall advises CBRM
05/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia cabinet ministers lose government cars after crash
05/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia issues warning to those making 9-1-1 calls via the Internet
05/08/2008 [-] Ministers' kids driving taxpayer-funded cars? No way, premier says
05/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia recruitment of health workers raising concerns in New ...
05/08/2008 [-] Halifax art exhibit explores Canada's passion for hockey
05/07/2008 [-] Strait school board to rule on sexual health programs
05/07/2008 [-] Ellen Page to go Gothic in Jane Eyre
05/07/2008 [-] Families, friends cheer frigate's return from Persian Gulf
05/07/2008 [-] Rotary deaths show need for safety improvements MLA
05/06/2008 [-] Proper escort policy not followed, finds review of prisoner escape
05/06/2008 [-] Minister to pay for son's crash of government car
05/06/2008 [-] McKinnon mystery brings missing children's group to Glace Bay
05/06/2008 [-] Girl, 14, found with knife wound in chest
05/06/2008 [-] McKinnon mystery brings missing children's group to Glace Bay
05/06/2008 [-] Canada, U.S. set to spice up hockey worlds
05/06/2008 [-] 'Now the hard work begins,' say parents of quads
05/06/2008 [-] Minister to pay for son's crash of government car
05/06/2008 [-] Nova Scotia doctors reach tentative five-year deal
05/06/2008 [-] Germany upsets Slovakia at hockey worlds
05/05/2008 [-] Canso promised revitalized waterfront
05/05/2008 [-] Councillor tries to smooth the way for urban trail
05/05/2008 [-] CBC Nova Scotia journalists win gold
05/05/2008 [-] Bedford elects new councillor
05/05/2008 [-] Police hunt for suspects in Halifax shooting death
05/05/2008 [-] Man, 21, found shot on Halifax sidewalk
05/04/2008 [-] City could benefit if shipping project sails in Nova Scotia
05/03/2008 [-] Sweden avoids another Belarus upset
05/02/2008 [-] Police say girl, 10, attacked by boys, 12
05/02/2008 [-] Buyer beware, Nova Scotia warns scrap metal dealers
05/02/2008 [-] N.S. teacher faces sex charge against student
05/02/2008 [-] Canada tangles with Slovenia in world hockey opener
05/02/2008 [-] Police seek possible witness in sex attack on girl, 10
05/02/2008 [-] Halifax scores experience with hockey volunteers
05/02/2008 [-] D'Entremont promises review of 'damage deposit' at nursing homes
05/02/2008 [-] D'Entremont promises review of 'damage deposit' at nursing homes
05/02/2008 [-] Nova Scotia plans crackdown on theft of metals
05/02/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia eyeing National City report
05/01/2008 [-] Body confirmed as missing Cape Breton dad
05/01/2008 [-] Atlantic Canada's biggest music distributor to wind down
05/01/2008 [-] Tories rev up fines for drivers with suspended licences
05/01/2008 [-] Power company must defend rates, Liberals say
05/01/2008 [-] Casey OK's teacher program at CBU
04/30/2008 [-] Liberals launch ad campaign ahead of budget vote
04/30/2008 [-] Service delays at Access Nova Scotia, Motor Vehicle offices
04/30/2008 [-] No herring means costly lobster bait for fishermen
04/30/2008 [-] Trade Centre jobs gone as deficit expected to hit 2M
04/30/2008 [-] Baker wins praise for personal battle
04/30/2008 [-] Opposition questions heating rebate tradeoff
04/30/2008 [-] Council OK's more police, firefighters for HRM
04/30/2008 [-] Man drowns during fishing trip
04/30/2008 [-] Teen guilty in Windsor curling club fire
04/30/2008 [-] Spring Garden Road fire blamed on electrical problem
04/30/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to fund Avastin
04/30/2008 [-] Sailboat Race to Nova Scotia Set for July 19
04/29/2008 [-] Nova Scotia introduces take-no-chances budget amid warnings of economic slowdown
04/29/2008 [-] Subject of arrest warrant? Come on down, police say
04/29/2008 [-] Nova Scotia introduces take-no-chances budget
04/29/2008 [-] Money shuffle expected on school projects
04/28/2008 [-] Father, daughter in alleged murder plot granted bail
04/28/2008 [-] Bedford to be home for new French high school
04/28/2008 [-] 3 dead as boat overturns in N.S.
04/28/2008 [-] Rift at SPCA a 'rough patch,' spokeswoman says
04/28/2008 [-] Rift at SPCA a 'rough patch,' spokeswoman says
04/28/2008 [-] Body found in Sydney harbour
04/28/2008 [-] Nova Scotia writes off 2.1-M student debt
04/28/2008 [-] Nova Scotia writes off 2.1
04/28/2008 [-] 3 dead as fishing boat overturns
04/27/2008 [-] 1 dead, search continues for missing men after boat capsizes in N.S.
04/27/2008 [-] France knights Moncton poli sci professor
04/27/2008 [-] Pictou Country Nova Scotia News
04/26/2008 [-] Feds put 101M toward new Marine Atlantic ferry
04/25/2008 [-] CBU eliminating 33 jobs
04/25/2008 [-] SPCA silencing critics, ousted member says
04/25/2008 [-] Sydney homeowner faces eviction under safer communities law
04/24/2008 [-] Canada bolsters world hockey roster
04/24/2008 [-] No deflating gas tax, premier says
04/24/2008 [-] Man charged with murder after Dartmouth stabbing
04/24/2008 [-] Man faces murder charge after Dartmouth stabbing
04/24/2008 [-] Court rejects CBRM lawsuit against province
04/24/2008 [-] 3 Halifax-area schools moved up for possible closure
04/23/2008 [-] 1 dead, 1 fighting for life, 1 in custody
04/23/2008 [-] Health officials defend mumps response
04/23/2008 [-] 1 dead, 1 hurt in stabbing in Dartmouth
04/22/2008 [-] NewsMakers Nova ScotiaÂ’s daily business briefs
04/21/2008 [-] Man in burning field dies from burns
04/21/2008 [-] Halifax shipyard to upgrade 7 frigates
04/21/2008 [-] 'I bit off more than I could chew'
04/21/2008 [-] New brand for Nova Scotia tourism
04/21/2008 [-] Missing man, 77, found dead
04/21/2008 [-] Waycobah chief defends loan for sunny vacation
04/21/2008 [-] Paul McCartney show a no-go in Halifax
04/21/2008 [-] Condo owners seek shelter from shoddy work
04/19/2008 [-] Skier, 80, found safe after 2-day search
04/18/2008 [-] Search organized after bloody clothes found
04/18/2008 [-] Fish packers wary of deadline on Digby ferry
04/18/2008 [-] Ottawa won't bail out Digby-Saint John ferry on its own MacKay
04/18/2008 [-] Give us more Canuck TV, Trailer Park Boy tells CRTC
04/18/2008 [-] Rescuers trying to reach skier, 80, in Highlands
04/18/2008 [-] Ratchet down gas tax, Liberals urge
04/18/2008 [-] Search underway after bloody clothes found
04/18/2008 [-] Litter of used needles prompts calls for action
04/18/2008 [-] Searchers trying to reach skier, 80, in Highlands
04/18/2008 [-] Ottawa won't bail out Digby-Saint John ferry on its own MacKay
04/18/2008 [-] Nova Scotia. European seal hunt protesters to be deported
04/17/2008 [-] Unknown substance prompts evacuation at water office
04/17/2008 [-] Top court upholds breathalyzer results in cases of N.S., Alberta men
04/17/2008 [-] Province stands firm on double-bunking in jails
04/17/2008 [-] Donald Marshall, once wrongly convicted, faces psychiatric check
04/17/2008 [-] No foul play suspected after body found
04/16/2008 [-] Man, 62, found dead after ATV crash
04/16/2008 [-] Wary eyes to watch Guardian Angels
04/16/2008 [-] Mourners mark anniversary of Virginia Tech shootings
04/16/2008 [-] Body found at Halifax construction site
04/16/2008 [-] 8 months later, searchers hunt for missing man
04/16/2008 [-] 4-legged disturbance halts highway traffic
04/16/2008 [-] Port of Halifax loses big customer
04/15/2008 [-] Council keeps Halifax fast ferry afloat
04/15/2008 [-] Cash-strapped glass maker lays off staff
04/15/2008 [-] Nova Scotia politicians back uranium mining ban
04/15/2008 [-] Performer, educator Lorne White dies
04/15/2008 [-] High-speed ferry expected to get rough ride in budget debate
04/15/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Business Journal
04/14/2008 [-] Jarvis Benoit dies at 83
04/14/2008 [-] Yacht under construction heavily damaged in Dartmouth fire
04/13/2008 [-] Anti-sealing activists appear in court
04/12/2008 [-] 2 crew members arrested as anti-sealing vessel seized
04/12/2008 [-] National City Declines After Report Nova Scotia May Join Bidding for Bank
04/12/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia eyes U.S. acquisition
04/11/2008 [-] CBU president warns of job cuts
04/11/2008 [-] Airport money from province 'manna from heaven' mayor
04/11/2008 [-] 43 Canadians receive Order of Canada
04/11/2008 [-] Tories rewarding minister-held districts with new schools councillor
04/11/2008 [-] Girl, 17, accused of impaired driving after wild ride
04/11/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia eyeing National City report
04/11/2008 [-] Majority of Nova Scotians say they're pleased with cancer care study
04/11/2008 [-] Canadian navy ship helps burning vessel in Atlantic
04/10/2008 [-] Majority of Nova Scotians say they're pleased with cancer care study
04/10/2008 [-] Toxicology report on teen's body could take weeks police
04/10/2008 [-] Call for rental car, get a rescue helicopter
04/10/2008 [-] Crosswalk safety recommendations pushed forward
04/10/2008 [-] Province orders review of jails following escape
04/10/2008 [-] Endangered listing for cusk could threaten jobs fishermen
04/09/2008 [-] Nova Scotia tops cancer numbers
04/09/2008 [-] Canada Official Bank Of Nova Scotia CEO To Attend G7
04/09/2008 [-] Possible McCartney show worries Tourism Charlottetown
04/09/2008 [-] Casey scolds Dal for teacher training deal
04/09/2008 [-] Searchers find body in woods
04/08/2008 [-] Visit by drug squad leaves grandma furious
04/08/2008 [-] Judge orders New Glasgow to pay 110K for fatal trench cave-in
04/08/2008 [-] McCartney may be on long and winding road to Halifax
04/08/2008 [-] Accused vigilante acquitted
04/08/2008 [-] Yarmouth Consolidated high school to be replaced
04/08/2008 [-] Search resumes for missing Cole Harbour teen
04/08/2008 [-] Prisoner escape shows need for guard training, tools union
04/07/2008 [-] Shooting on The Sea Wolf to start in Halifax
04/07/2008 [-] Ground search suspended for missing teen
04/07/2008 [-] Maritime sealers return to ice
04/07/2008 [-] 9M for concert, book, candies to mark democracy anniversary
04/07/2008 [-] Boy, 17, charged with murder in Halifax stabbing
04/06/2008 [-] Montreal man charged in Nova Scotia's biggest bust of illegal tobacco
04/04/2008 [-] Police to text-messaging drivers Tix 4 U
04/04/2008 [-] 12 arrested as Cape Breton drug raids continue
04/04/2008 [-] Killer whale sighted off coast of Nova Scotia
04/04/2008 [-] Judge dismisses charge in fatal Halifax crash
04/04/2008 [-] Random beatings leave 3 bloodied in Dartmouth
04/04/2008 [-] Lawyer crusading for Avastin coverage dies of cancer
04/04/2008 [-] Escaped prisoner eludes police
04/03/2008 [-] Search underway for escaped prisoner in Halifax
04/03/2008 [-] Rimouski to host 2009 Memorial Cup
04/03/2008 [-] Manhunt underway for escaped prisoner
04/03/2008 [-] Former N.S. resident facing sex charges against boys out on bail
04/03/2008 [-] No 'silver bullet' to port woes CEO
04/02/2008 [-] Nova Scotian parent advocacy group reflects on New Brunswick ...
04/02/2008 [-] Commuters still love cars but bikes, buses gaining favour StatsCan
04/02/2008 [-] Municipalities failing to comply with N.S. water standards
04/01/2008 [-] 3rd girl pleads guilty in Bennet attack
04/01/2008 [-] Province's windfall to cover 'needs' Muir
04/01/2008 [-] Ex gets 5 years for torching woman
04/01/2008 [-] Proposal puts express bus on highway to Halifax
04/01/2008 [-] Digby apartment fire forces 40 out
04/01/2008 [-] Sydney bust nets 670K of cocaine police
03/31/2008 [-] RCMP confirm couple, grandson killed in fire
03/31/2008 [-] Nova Scotia freezes university tuition
03/31/2008 [-] Capital Health, military close to OR deal for Halifax area
03/31/2008 [-] 3 dead in farmhouse fire
03/30/2008 [-] Questions remain after deaths of seal hunters
03/30/2008 [-] 3 seal hunters die in marine accident near Nova Scotia
03/29/2008 [-] The End Canada's oldest bookstore shut down
03/28/2008 [-] 2 N.S. women charged in animal abuse cases
03/28/2008 [-] Cape Breton cop loses job for breaching court order
03/28/2008 [-] Cape Breton luxury resort gets 1M boost from ECBC
03/28/2008 [-] School brawl prompts call for cellphone review
03/27/2008 [-] Membertou reserve scales back employee drug testing
03/26/2008 [-] 250,000 in drugs seized in Sydney, police say
03/26/2008 [-] Mailbox bombs prompt warning
03/26/2008 [-] Tunnel or 3rd bridge proposed for Halifax
03/25/2008 [-] Halifax, province eye new convention centre
03/25/2008 [-] CBRM debt grows as council avoids tax hike
03/25/2008 [-] Flammable vapours behind fatal Dartmouth explosion
03/25/2008 [-] Drift ice halts Englishtown ferry
03/25/2008 [-] Boys with lighter spark van blaze
03/25/2008 [-] Bandits cut through roof to rob Truro loan store
03/25/2008 [-] Tax breaks, grants proposed for Barrington facelift
03/25/2008 [-] Text messages added to Dalhousie's emergency alert system
03/24/2008 [-] Alcohol, drugs not factors in fatal N.S. head-on crash police
03/23/2008 [-] MP could urge Mexico boycott if jailed Canadian isn't freed
03/22/2008 [-] MP considers Mexico boycott if Brenda Martin isn't set free
03/21/2008 [-] Nova Scotia bans smoking in cars with children as of April 1
03/21/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to ban smoking in cars with kids April 1
03/21/2008 [-] New holiday tradition in N.S. drinking in bars on Good Friday
03/20/2008 [-] N.S. minimum wage goes up May 1
03/20/2008 [-] 'Spring is going to take its sweet time' Canada's top climatologist
03/20/2008 [-] More Leonard Cohen shows set for N.S.
03/20/2008 [-] 45% of nursing home residents show aggressive behaviour report
03/20/2008 [-] Former Cape Breton Mi'kmaq chief jailed for sexual assault
03/20/2008 [-] N.S. government hiking user fees
03/20/2008 [-] Overcrowded N.S. jails lead to frustration, violence corrections officers
03/20/2008 [-] Better transit would save Haligonians time, money study
03/19/2008 [-] Halifax council's latest plan include cats under nuisance bylaw
03/19/2008 [-] Filipino wins right to stay in Cape Breton
03/19/2008 [-] Halifax council's latest plan include cats under nuisance bylaw
03/19/2008 [-] 2 men shot sitting in their car in Spryfield
03/19/2008 [-] Icebreaker Louis St. Laurent on way to free stuck Marine Atlantic ferry
03/19/2008 [-] Hearing set for man accused of killing Mi'kmaq activist
03/18/2008 [-] Hearing set for man accused of killing Mi'kmaq activist
03/18/2008 [-] Marine Atlantic ferries battered by high winds
03/18/2008 [-] Stowaways caught trying to board train to Montreal, Truro police say
03/18/2008 [-] Body pulled from river in New Glasgow identified
03/18/2008 [-] Teen suspect in New Glasgow shooting in police custody
03/17/2008 [-] Planned Pethood set up to deal with Halifax feral felines
03/17/2008 [-] Atlantic Lotto changes ad using Mahone Bay churches as backdrop
03/17/2008 [-] RCMP find body in East River
03/17/2008 [-] Possible Mi'kmaq burial ground in path of recreation project band
03/17/2008 [-] Possible Mi'kmaq burial ground in path of recreation project band
03/17/2008 [-] New Glasgow man in hospital with critical injuries
03/17/2008 [-] Footprints, broken ice on East River bring out search team
03/17/2008 [-] 4 stowaways arrive in Halifax on container ship reports
03/16/2008 [-] Festival shines spotlight on Nova Scotia playwrights
03/16/2008 [-] More snow headed for Newfoundland, Nova Scotia
03/15/2008 [-] Contact, Triangle Strike Good Gas in Nova Scotia
03/15/2008 [-] Gareth Akerman's death shocks family and friends
03/14/2008 [-] Gareth Akerman's death shocks Dalhousie University friends
03/14/2008 [-] Man dies from injuries suffered in explosion at Dartmouth car dealership
03/14/2008 [-] Quadruplets born in Halifax doing well dad
03/14/2008 [-] Nova Scotia man killed in plane crash in Florida 0 0
03/14/2008 [-] Trial set for Halifax killing of U.S. sailor
03/14/2008 [-] Nova Scotia man killed in plane crash in Florida
03/13/2008 [-] Nova Scotia man must pay Michelin 300,000
03/13/2008 [-] 6 injured, 1 person critical after explosion at Dartmouth car dealership
03/13/2008 [-] Flooded Halifax ORs will likely reopen Monday
03/13/2008 [-] Cape Breton contractors suing German developers of luxury resort
03/13/2008 [-] More Leonard Cohen dates in Eastern Canada
03/13/2008 [-] Second World War widow vows to keep fighting PM for benefits for all
03/13/2008 [-] Nova Scotia MP Bill Casey expects full recovery from prostate cancer
03/12/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to pay 1 million to use private orthopedic clinic
03/12/2008 [-] N.S. should continue to help single parents go to university Liberals
03/12/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to pay 1 million to use private orthopedic clinic
03/12/2008 [-] Federal investments announced for Nova Scotia wharfs and harbours
03/12/2008 [-] Cape Breton police cracking down on drug houses
03/12/2008 [-] Canada-U.S. company loses bid to launch rockets for NASA from Nova Scotia
03/11/2008 [-] N.S. food bank takes steps to battle future mouse infestations
03/11/2008 [-] Saskatchewan's Simmons rebounds at Brier
03/11/2008 [-] Canada's house price growth accelerates in January
03/11/2008 [-] MacTara jobs may be safe after deal with creditors
03/11/2008 [-] N.S. food bank dumps supplies after mouse infestation
03/10/2008 [-] Sydney theatre lovers try to save building from demolition
03/10/2008 [-] Glitch in lottery system, N.L. woman says
03/10/2008 [-] Whitney Pier should be a national historic site, says community
03/10/2008 [-] Man killed in Dartmouth apartment fire
03/09/2008 [-] Monster storm in Central Canada moves to Maritimes
03/09/2008 [-] Taser usage stats released by Nova Scotia RCMP
03/09/2008 [-] Howard survives early scare in Brier opener
03/08/2008 [-] Investigation of Nova Scotia girl's killing continues as two suspects released
03/08/2008 [-] Water leak keeps 6 ORs closed in Halifax
03/08/2008 [-] Halifax school board reacts to recommendations
03/07/2008 [-] RCMP release name of Nova Scotia man killed in Highway 103 crash
03/07/2008 [-] Violent crime down 10%, Halifax police say
03/07/2008 [-] Power outage leaves 20,000 in dark
03/07/2008 [-] Rural fire force seeks help for own emergency
03/07/2008 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia jumps up to sponsor Caribana
03/06/2008 [-] Municipality of Digby defends 187K incentive to doctors
03/06/2008 [-] Premier applauds Grade 9 literacy scores
03/06/2008 [-] Province seeks federal help for 100 new jail beds
03/06/2008 [-] Halifax police forgoing Tasers for batons
03/06/2008 [-] Anne no kindred spirit for Maritimers
03/06/2008 [-] Man killed in 3-vehicle crash on slippery road
03/06/2008 [-] Long-term help still needed, cattle producers say
03/06/2008 [-] Imagine this 300M bill consultant to Halifax school board
03/06/2008 [-] Weight restrictions to start on some roads on Saturday
03/05/2008 [-] Cherry praises hockey moms at luncheon
03/05/2008 [-] N.S. premier wants cargo centre, new roads
03/05/2008 [-] Nova Scotia review suggests clear standards for Tasers
03/05/2008 [-] Halifax revives cat regulations
03/05/2008 [-] Community Services minister threatened, police say
03/05/2008 [-] Freezing rain closes schools around N.S.
03/05/2008 [-] Taser use varies in Nova Scotia, review finds
03/05/2008 [-] Snow, freezing rain blast eastern Canada
03/04/2008 [-] Burst pipe delays more surgeries at QEII
03/04/2008 [-] Cape Breton police nab 8 in drug raids
03/04/2008 [-] Sidney Crosby to return Tuesday night
03/04/2008 [-] Shrink Halifax school board, regulator told
03/04/2008 [-] Truro applauds cyanide transportation change
03/04/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to fix software glitch that let medical records go astray
03/04/2008 [-] Dial-A-Ride faces rough road after bus arrival
03/04/2008 [-] Shooter, victim vanish from Halifax store
03/04/2008 [-] Halfway house catching overflow from crowded jails
03/04/2008 [-] Canadian workforce greying StatsCan
03/04/2008 [-] Scotiabank profit drops 18 pct in fourth quarter
03/03/2008 [-] Patients diverted from busy Halifax ER
03/03/2008 [-] ?Never give up team' wins Nova Scotia championship
03/03/2008 [-] MacKay buoys hope for Digby wharf
03/02/2008 [-] Chambers, Schofield lead Nova Scotia boxers in respective categories
03/02/2008 [-] Small town in Nova Scotia anticipates findings of autopsy on young girl's body
03/01/2008 [-] Nova Scotia nurses ratify new deals
02/29/2008 [-] Nova Scotia student wants Montreal to pay for tunnel crash
02/29/2008 [-] Annapolis Valley midwife supporters push pilot project
02/29/2008 [-] Lawrence Paul elected for 13th time as chief of Millbrook First Nation
02/29/2008 [-] Suspected drug dealer turfed from Annapolis Valley home
02/28/2008 [-] Donations pour in for New Glasgow family left homeless after fire
02/28/2008 [-] Teenager to face charges in sawed-off shotgun seizure
02/28/2008 [-] New Glasgow family homeless after house fire Tuesday
02/28/2008 [-] Halifax school board to charge lunch fees, despite provincial law
02/28/2008 [-] Nova Scotia fumbled response to mumps outbreak auditor general
02/27/2008 [-] N.S. doing poor job protecting environment auditor general
02/27/2008 [-] Teenager stabbed outside Timberlea youth centre
02/26/2008 [-] Hot wheels still on Maritime roads, RCMP warn
02/26/2008 [-] New book chronicles history of African Nova Scotians in Cape Breton
02/25/2008 [-] Strait Regional School Board stripped of powers
02/25/2008 [-] Defence seeks greater disclosure in American sailor's death
02/25/2008 [-] N.S. unveils 5-year plan for heritage, but no new cash for museums
02/25/2008 [-] Halifax call centre will likely close in April, 485 jobs lost
02/25/2008 [-] Former CAW official pleads guilty to stealing union money
02/25/2008 [-] N.S. man charged in Halloween melee
02/24/2008 [-] N.S. community pays tribute to slain 12-year-old girl
02/23/2008 [-] N.S. community pays tribute to Karissa Boudreau
02/23/2008 [-] Environmental groups decry Nova Scotia's embrace of mining projects
02/23/2008 [-] Environmental groups decry Nova Scotia's embrace of mining p
02/22/2008 [-] Valley Regional Hospital cancels surgeries because of overcrowding
02/22/2008 [-] Premier to ring bell at New York Stock Exchange
02/22/2008 [-] N.S. should get behind space launch project, says opposition
02/22/2008 [-] Globex Mining Enterprises Inc. Update Getty Royalty Property Nova Scotia
02/21/2008 [-] Montreal man charged in Nova Scotia's biggest bust of illegal tobacco
02/21/2008 [-] HRM should be able to levy income tax, user fees expert
02/21/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to hike gas prices
02/21/2008 [-] Halifax Regional School Board needs more money to pay for lunch
02/21/2008 [-] PlanetSpace still plans to blast-off from Cape Breton, chairman says
02/20/2008 [-] N.S. teacher sent to trial on sex assault charges
02/20/2008 [-] Community college vandal sent to jail
02/20/2008 [-] Nova Scotia RCMP snag another load of illegal cigarettes
02/20/2008 [-] Empty oil tank saves Glace Bay woman from fire
02/20/2008 [-] Heavy rain causes flooding in Nova Scotia
02/20/2008 [-] Consultants target four Halifax schools for possible closure
02/20/2008 [-] Flood watch on for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick
02/20/2008 [-] NASA nixes Cape Breton launch pad plans
02/19/2008 [-] Canada-U.S. company loses bid to launch rockets for NASA from Nova Scotia
02/19/2008 [-] Halifax man sentenced for bludgeoning woman to death
02/19/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to create test centre for tidal power
02/19/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Grade 3 students struggle with math
02/19/2008 [-] Nova Scotia reconsiders private-public partnerships
02/19/2008 [-] Man charged with attempted murder in stabbing
02/19/2008 [-] Woman in Halifax hospital with multiple stab wounds
02/19/2008 [-] Flooding in Oxford may lead to evacuation
02/19/2008 [-] Funeral today for murdered Nova Scotia girl
02/18/2008 [-] Spend 12M more to help ailing Nova Scotia seniors, NDP urges
02/18/2008 [-] N.S. government to look into shoddy home building
02/18/2008 [-] Cape Breton man killed when ATV flipped
02/18/2008 [-] Memorial today for slain girl in Nova Scotia
02/16/2008 [-] Funeral set for young N.S. homicide victim
02/16/2008 [-] Investigation of Nova Scotia girl's killing continues as two suspects released
02/15/2008 [-] Stabber gets 14 years for attack on pregnant fianc?e
02/15/2008 [-] 2 hurt in fire aboard barge
02/15/2008 [-] Death of Nova Scotia girl a homicide, police say
02/15/2008 [-] No inquiry into methadone death Clarke
02/15/2008 [-] Closed Sydney theatre to be torn down
02/15/2008 [-] Police arrest 2 people in N.S. girl's homicide
02/15/2008 [-] Police holding 2 people in N.S. girl's homicide
02/15/2008 [-] Teddy bears, flowers mark spot where N.S. girl found dead
02/14/2008 [-] Review proposes new rules for school bus eligibility
02/14/2008 [-] Police suggest missing Bridgewater, N.S., girl was slain
02/14/2008 [-] Tobacconist flouts cigarette display rules
02/14/2008 [-] Former cabinet minister cancels appearance at Mulroney ethics probe
02/14/2008 [-] Membertou band sues developer over medical building
02/13/2008 [-] MLAs hear complaints of failed immigration program
02/13/2008 [-] Average age of highways and roads down, age of bridges up StatsCan
02/13/2008 [-] Auburn or Cole Harbour High must go, consultants say
02/13/2008 [-] Winter tightens snowy, icy grip on Nova Scotia
02/13/2008 [-] Atlantic Canada braces for another winter storm
02/12/2008 [-] Fish, oil rigs can coexist, energy minister says
02/12/2008 [-] Lawyer welcomes Alta. court ruling on accident payouts
02/12/2008 [-] Environment group pans seal hunt in protected area
02/12/2008 [-] Halifax to study chickens in cities
02/12/2008 [-] Nova Scotia Jr C Hockey playoffs set to begin
02/12/2008 [-] Debate renewed on drilling in Georges Bank
02/11/2008 [-] Halifax loses Daily News
02/11/2008 [-] N.S. schools get snow day as another storm hits province
02/11/2008 [-] Bridgewater on edge as girl's body found
02/10/2008 [-] Saskatchewan reaches junior curling final
02/10/2008 [-] Body found outside Bridgewater, N.S.
02/09/2008 [-] Premier vows no more 'free ride' for opposition
02/09/2008 [-] Premier vows no more 'free ride' for opposition
02/09/2008 [-] Electoral officer rejects complaint about NDP front group
02/08/2008 [-] Worker hurt in Nova Scotia hospital blast
02/08/2008 [-] School board shelves 13K review of superintendent
02/08/2008 [-] Sydney man sentenced to education for electrocution
02/08/2008 [-] School board shelves 13K review of superintendent
02/08/2008 [-] 1 injured in Nova Scotia hospital blast
02/08/2008 [-] Group demands taxing, spending powers for Bedford
02/08/2008 [-] 1 injured in Bridgewater hospital blast
02/08/2008 [-] Capital district nurses opt for contract in slim vote
02/08/2008 [-] Food the way to libraries' hearts
02/07/2008 [-] Health group a mask for NDP, Tories claim
02/07/2008 [-] Food the way to libraries' hearts
02/07/2008 [-] Animal cruelty case prompts review
02/07/2008 [-] N.S. nurses' union reaches contract deal
02/07/2008 [-] N.S. nurses' union reaches contract deal
02/07/2008 [-] Capital district nurses await ballot count
02/06/2008 [-] New owner for shuttered Sydney theatre
02/06/2008 [-] Town cancels contract with shelter where animals seized
02/06/2008 [-] More Britons calling Nova Scotia home
02/06/2008 [-] No single answer for wind farm rules report
02/06/2008 [-] Police check tips on missing girl
02/06/2008 [-] 55M wind farm planned for Point Tupper
02/05/2008 [-] Bilcon appealing quarry decision under NAFTA
02/05/2008 [-] TV smashed? Don't bring it for recycling
02/05/2008 [-] Suspended cop sentenced to probation after fight
02/05/2008 [-] TV smashed? Don't bring it for recycling
02/05/2008 [-] Police seize illegal tobacco in Bridgewater bust
02/05/2008 [-] Pictou County raises ire with flag restrictions
02/05/2008 [-] Slow down and wear seatbelt, Valley RCMP urges drivers
02/04/2008 [-] 2 teen girls sentenced for beating senior in park
02/04/2008 [-] Filing snag keeps residents from popular beach
02/04/2008 [-] Flood in south Halifax blamed on badly sealed sewer
02/04/2008 [-] Cats, dogs seized from shelter
02/04/2008 [-] Hog plant needed 9M upgrade report
02/04/2008 [-] Yzerman to head Canada's bid for another world hockey gold sources
02/01/2008 [-] Environmental groups decry Nova Scotia's embrace of mining projects
02/01/2008 [-] Ont. storm delays flights at Halifax's international airport
02/01/2008 [-] Marooned Sea King helicopter ready to return to Shearwater, N.S.
02/01/2008 [-] Construction to begin in summer for Guysborough County container port
02/01/2008 [-] Ont. storm delays flights at Halifax's international airport
02/01/2008 [-] Moose River open pit gold mine approved
02/01/2008 [-] Homeless man's death from exposure reveals gaps in system
02/01/2008 [-] Nova Scotia ready to tame the tides
02/01/2008 [-] Nova Scotia wants Letterman
01/31/2008 [-] Search for missing Bridgewater girl turns up no clues
01/31/2008 [-] Double set of N.S. twins one in 70 million
01/31/2008 [-] Halifax police clear officers who used Taser on teen
01/31/2008 [-] Committee suggests N.S. minimum increase May 1
01/31/2008 [-] Chretien defends Dion's decision not to run candidate in Central Nova
01/31/2008 [-] Triangle's Nova Scotia Wells Perform Well in Log Analysi
01/30/2008 [-] N.S.'s top Mountie apologizes to black community in Digby
01/30/2008 [-] Foul play not suspected in man's death, say Cape Breton police
01/30/2008 [-] Couple charged with first-degree murder to plead in March
01/30/2008 [-] Halifax judge slams police for using Taser on teen girl
01/30/2008 [-] Resolve Wins Nova Scotia Student Loan Servicing Contract
01/29/2008 [-] Bridgewater mom issues plea for missing daughter to come home
01/29/2008 [-] Parents of double set of twins to meet the media
01/29/2008 [-] Police urge internet providers to report online child abuse
01/29/2008 [-] Students to get break repaying loans from N.S. government
01/29/2008 [-] Canada's oldest bookstore is closing in Halifax
01/29/2008 [-] Sydney man sentenced to 39 months in prison on robbery charges
01/29/2008 [-] Canada's oldest bookstore is closing in Halifax
01/29/2008 [-] Bridgewater softens anti-smoking bylaw
01/29/2008 [-] Cape Breton shut down by ice storm
01/29/2008 [-] Judge acquits teens of attempted murder
01/29/2008 [-] Babysitter gets 2˝ years for sexual assault of boy, 12
01/28/2008 [-] Dartmouth man to undergo dangerous offender assessment
01/28/2008 [-] Mexican teenager injured in Cape Breton ski accident
01/28/2008 [-] Parishioners take garbage home after HRM cuts curb collection
01/28/2008 [-] Vancouver committee in Halifax to promote 2010 Olympics
01/28/2008 [-] Electronics recycling fee takes effect Feb. 1
01/26/2008 [-] Hospital unit 'hell' for dying senior daughters
01/26/2008 [-] Dad praises delivery men for boy's rescue
01/26/2008 [-] Girl in hospital after scarf tangles on slide
01/25/2008 [-] NDP calls for better Agent Orange compensation
01/25/2008 [-] Girl, 5, choked by scarf on slide
01/25/2008 [-] Greens to hold national convention in Nova Scotia
01/25/2008 [-] Hospital unit 'hell' for dying senior, daughters say
01/25/2008 [-] Nova Scotia changes warrants to avoid mistaken releases
01/25/2008 [-] Pictou Country Nova Scotia News
01/24/2008 [-] What the cluck is wrong with Halifax, agriculture minister asks
01/24/2008 [-] Chest pains send Buchanan to hospital
01/23/2008 [-] Halifax school juggles refugee numbers
01/23/2008 [-] Neighbour balks at backyard chickens
01/23/2008 [-] RCMP nab man mistakenly released from jail
01/23/2008 [-] Regulate right-of-way fees, landowners urge province
01/23/2008 [-] HRM wary as homes values continue spike
01/22/2008 [-] 290M in aerospace contracts coming for Atlantic companies
01/22/2008 [-] Assessments up as property values continue rise
01/22/2008 [-] N.S. has lowest youth smoking rate in country study
01/22/2008 [-] Penguins star Crosby sidelined 6-8 weeks
01/22/2008 [-] Juno among top Oscar nominees
01/22/2008 [-] Residents wait out home emergency in fire halls
01/22/2008 [-] Brazen bandit robs Halifax bank
01/21/2008 [-] Residence evacuated as sprinkler malfunctions
01/21/2008 [-] Valley school fire forces evacuation
01/21/2008 [-] Norwalk forces restrictions at nursing home
01/21/2008 [-] Gimme more shelter, Turning Point says as mercury drops
01/21/2008 [-] Rising to the occasion in Nova Scotia
01/18/2008 [-] SMU prof's sudden departure irks philosophy students
01/18/2008 [-] SMU prof's sudden departure irks philosophy students
01/18/2008 [-] Teen pleads not guilty in Halifax stabbing death
01/18/2008 [-] Teen charged in fatal crash pleads not guilty
01/17/2008 [-] 103 ways to fix health care in N.S.
01/17/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to overhaul health care
01/16/2008 [-] Trust fund set up for family of slain woman
01/16/2008 [-] Too many new teachers looking for jobs in N.S report
01/16/2008 [-] Sharing a Nova Scotia secret
01/16/2008 [-] Ellen Page takes role in film directed by Drew Barrymore
01/16/2008 [-] Dartmouth couple charged with murder make court appearance
01/16/2008 [-] Point Tupper mill dodges closure bullet
01/16/2008 [-] William Hall Scholarship aims to keep young African Nova Scotians at home
01/16/2008 [-] Poorly trained pilots should be grounded, says Cormorant victim's dad
01/16/2008 [-] N.S. residential school survivors and police face the past together
01/16/2008 [-] Poorly trained pilots should be grounded, says Cormorant victim's dad
01/15/2008 [-] No suitable buyer yet for TrentonWorks
01/15/2008 [-] N.S. aboriginal population figures double since 1996 StatsCan
01/15/2008 [-] Master plan for Sydney harbour released
01/15/2008 [-] Lunenburg County man identified as victim of crash
01/15/2008 [-] 2 men rob Bedford homeowners at gunpoint
01/15/2008 [-] New Brunswick crash brings back bad memories of 1984 tragedy
01/15/2008 [-] Online Revealed Canada Educational Exchanges Continue in Halifax Nova Scotia January 24th
01/14/2008 [-] Chapel Island chief found guilty of sexual assault
01/14/2008 [-] Jewish Defence League slams Halifax ex-prof over Islamic website poem
01/14/2008 [-] Cape Breton University prof to review films at Sundance Film Festival
01/14/2008 [-] Man killed in South Shore car crash
01/14/2008 [-] Jurors deliberate fate of Chapel Island chief
01/14/2008 [-] Refunds in mail for controversial immigration program
01/14/2008 [-] Vietnamese boy flies to U.S. for surgery on disfiguring facial lesion
01/13/2008 [-] Letterman Says No, Thanks To Nova Scotia
01/11/2008 [-] Spark from stove blamed for duplex fire
01/11/2008 [-] Girl, 15, to remain in jail for table-leg attack
01/11/2008 [-] Top 10 reasons for Dave to visit Nova Scotia
01/11/2008 [-] Nova Scotia wants Letterman
01/11/2008 [-] Fire destroys Dartmouth duplex
01/11/2008 [-] Town police board dysfunctional, probe finds
01/10/2008 [-] Top soldier frustrated by 30-month delay for new helicopte...
01/10/2008 [-] TrentonWorks union eager to learn plant's future
01/09/2008 [-] Teen pleads guilty in Bennet attack
01/09/2008 [-] TrentonWorks union eager to learn plant's future
01/09/2008 [-] Sydney man loses another round against Trivial Pursuit makers
01/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to get tidal energy centre
01/08/2008 [-] Ellen Page earns nomination for U.K. rising star film award
01/08/2008 [-] Canso ponders future as town
01/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to create test centre for tidal power in Bay of Fundy
01/08/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to create test centre for tidal power
01/08/2008 [-] Student who threatened school was bullied, court told
01/08/2008 [-] Lobby Ottawa for help for heritage homes, Halifax urged
01/08/2008 [-] Tidal power announcement on the way
01/07/2008 [-] Nurses' contract talks not stopping anti-strike bill premier
01/07/2008 [-] Nurses' contract talks not stopping anti-strike bill premier
01/07/2008 [-] Minister takes shot at 1-drink specials
01/07/2008 [-] Slain elder's grandson appears in security-heightened court
01/07/2008 [-] 'BoSox Brotherhood' connect with baseball's top trophy
01/07/2008 [-] 'BoSox Brotherhood' connect with baseball's top trophy
01/07/2008 [-] Report calls for taxi industry changes
01/07/2008 [-] Man knifed in Dartmouth apartment
01/07/2008 [-] Nova Scotia rural health care in crisis, opposition charges
01/07/2008 [-] Nova Scotia C-stores Protected by Legislation
01/05/2008 [-] Family of slain Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq hopes murder trial will bring closure
01/04/2008 [-] 2 charged after accidental shooting in Kentville
01/04/2008 [-] Icy roads make it a challenge to pass the salt
01/04/2008 [-] High school plan proposes dance for credit
01/04/2008 [-] Video may link slain woman to man charged with murder
01/04/2008 [-] Tape may link slain woman to man charged with first-degree murder
01/03/2008 [-] Tanks close to empty as heating oil costs soar
01/03/2008 [-] Questions remain in teen shooting
01/03/2008 [-] Safety templates out for taxis, gas stations
01/03/2008 [-] Don't plunge into 2 large pools, Halifax told
01/03/2008 [-] Clock ticking down to new recycling fees for electronics
01/03/2008 [-] Vandalized college faces expensive cleanup
01/03/2008 [-] Prime Minister Harper and Nova Scotia Premier MacDonald resolve disputes over Atlantic Accord
01/02/2008 [-] Slain woman remembered as caring, compassionate
01/02/2008 [-] Booze, drug overdose suspected in death
01/02/2008 [-] Winter keeps Nova Scotia in its grips
01/02/2008 [-] Funeral underway in Nova Scotia for murdered native rights activist
01/01/2008 [-] Body of missing Halifax-area woman found
01/01/2008 [-] Patient's body found outside Halifax hospital
01/01/2008 [-] Patient's body found outside Halifax hospital
01/01/2008 [-] Halifax RCMP seek missing woman
01/01/2008 [-] New year brings new storm to Atlantic Canada
12/31/2007 [-] Snow, high winds curb festivities in Atlantic Canada
12/31/2007 [-] Mi'kmaq elder's grandson charged in her death
12/31/2007 [-] Grandson of Nova Scotia aboriginal activist charged in her death
12/31/2007 [-] Nova Scotia greets new year with fresh snowfall
12/29/2007 [-] Foul play suspected in death of Nova Scotia native activist
12/28/2007 [-] Bar to stop selling 1 drinks after brawl
12/28/2007 [-] Get your shovel out
12/28/2007 [-] Money tight, finance minister cautions
12/28/2007 [-] Nova Scotia budget surplus larger than expected, but funds still tight
12/28/2007 [-] Business is sweet at Ganong
12/28/2007 [-] Bar to stop selling 1 drinks after brawl
12/28/2007 [-] Foul play suspected in N.S. native elder's death
12/28/2007 [-] Driver spreads a little safety after icy road accident
12/28/2007 [-] Foul play suspected in N.S. native elder's death
12/28/2007 [-] Police suspect foul play in death of Nova Scotia aboriginal activist
12/28/2007 [-] Children's program this Sunday at Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
12/28/2007 [-] Desperate family of missing man increases reward to 10K
12/27/2007 [-] 'I probably would have lost my eyesight'
12/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia may be poised to pace Canada's economy
12/27/2007 [-] Halifax airport readies for storm
12/27/2007 [-] Police investigate suspicious death in Truro
12/27/2007 [-] Bus driver hurt as bottle tossed through window
12/27/2007 [-] Truro hospital struggles with backlog of nuclear tests
12/27/2007 [-] Want happiness? Live east, researchers find
12/24/2007 [-] 38 arrested after Halifax bar brawl
12/24/2007 [-] No clues in hunt for missing Cape Breton father
12/24/2007 [-] N.B. villages mourn loss of 3 young men
12/24/2007 [-] Bodies of man, woman found in northeastern N.S.
12/24/2007 [-] Police rule out foul play in Shelburne-area death
12/24/2007 [-] Man charged in Mayflower Mall break-ins
12/24/2007 [-] 38 arrested after brawl at Dome
12/23/2007 [-] Kevin Martin repeats as champion at the National
12/22/2007 [-] Divers turn up no clues in search for missing dad
12/22/2007 [-] Bouncer on bail, man in hospital
12/21/2007 [-] Teen charged with trying to kill ex-girlfriend
12/21/2007 [-] Crash on icy highway kills 1, injures 3
12/21/2007 [-] Rescue ship reaches sailor adrift in Atlantic
12/21/2007 [-] 1 dead, 3 hurt in crash on icy highway
12/21/2007 [-] Divers search for missing dad
12/21/2007 [-] Mom, daughter attacked in home
12/21/2007 [-] Dartmouth chocolate factory closes
12/21/2007 [-] N.S. break-in charges followed P.E.I. jail release
12/21/2007 [-] Noel leaves 170000 in Nova Scotia powerless
12/21/2007 [-] Weaker Noel cuts power to 150,000 in Nova Scotia
12/21/2007 [-] Nova Scotia-Gambia Association Assists in Landmine Risk Awareness in the Foni Region
12/21/2007 [-] Bouncer charged after patron punched in face
12/20/2007 [-] 6 arrests, 336 charges in crime-ring crackdown
12/20/2007 [-] Special police unit to target drunk drivers
12/20/2007 [-] N.S. company saves Ontario Pfizer plant from closure
12/20/2007 [-] Trio to stand trial on drug charges
12/20/2007 [-] Fire-struck tenants all getting help Red Cross
12/20/2007 [-] Attack outside bar leaves man with serious injuries
12/20/2007 [-] N.S. hospital workers awarded damages in bullying case
12/20/2007 [-] National event still strong without Ferbey
12/20/2007 [-] Spa package uses seaweed from Nova Scotia, scents from the Okanagan
12/19/2007 [-] Digby quarry rejection on environmental grounds could set precedent panel chair
12/19/2007 [-] MLA demands furnace oil change, answers
12/19/2007 [-] Man who led 18 police vehicles on chase pleads guilty to 9 charges
12/19/2007 [-] Nova Scotia PCs aim to unseat Fage in next election Premier
12/19/2007 [-] Good Samaritan rewarded for returning bags of cash
12/19/2007 [-] 3 teens barred from school, arrested
12/19/2007 [-] Charges follow probe into fight club
12/18/2007 [-] Family continues search for missing teen
12/18/2007 [-] Nova Scotia hikes camping fees
12/18/2007 [-] Police called as stranded travellers demand shelter
12/18/2007 [-] Former minister Fage found guilty in accident
12/18/2007 [-] Heating oil runs low in Cape Breton
12/18/2007 [-] Money, housing needed, not more talk anti-poverty group
12/18/2007 [-] Former minister Fage awaits accident verdict
12/18/2007 [-] Earth from Space Nova Scotia
12/18/2007 [-] Lights, flights back after storm
12/17/2007 [-] Disappearance of teen prompts search
12/17/2007 [-] Halifax man is robbery kingpin, police allege
12/17/2007 [-] Barkhouse wins byelection in HRM
12/17/2007 [-] Lights, flights returning after storm
12/16/2007 [-] Blizzard causes travel woes in Central, Eastern Canada
12/16/2007 [-] Nova Scotia orders review of Tasers after death
12/15/2007 [-] Major snowstorm expected for Central, Eastern Canada
12/15/2007 [-] P.E.I. hog plant not going into receivership
12/15/2007 [-] Guardian Angels founder returns to Halifax
12/14/2007 [-] School lunch fees had to go, critic says
12/14/2007 [-] Nova Scotia pleased with proposed Fisheries Act amendments
12/14/2007 [-] Mistakenly released inmate back in custody
12/14/2007 [-] Liberal bills dominate attention at legislature
12/14/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Bans Smoking in Cars
12/13/2007 [-] Struggling sawmill cutting workforce
12/13/2007 [-] Sydney resident charged in double stabbing
12/13/2007 [-] Halifax curator moves to Calgary's Glenbow Museum
12/13/2007 [-] P.E.I. to take over regional hog plant
12/13/2007 [-] Shooter sentenced to life in prison
12/13/2007 [-] Cars with kids to become smoke-free
12/13/2007 [-] New bill gives autonomy to Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro
12/13/2007 [-] Province to force pension protection
12/13/2007 [-] Kept in dark during crisis, Cole Harbour student says
12/13/2007 [-] Money-losing mill fends off creditors
12/13/2007 [-] Don't shun us, squeegee kids urge province
12/13/2007 [-] 2 dead in separate crashes
12/12/2007 [-] Tories face more heat over handling of isotope shortage
12/12/2007 [-] Don't shun us, squeegee kids urge province
12/12/2007 [-] Man dies in car crash on icy hill
12/12/2007 [-] Police guard entrances at Cole Harbour school
12/12/2007 [-] Province shelves vaccine after Health Canada warning
12/12/2007 [-] Halifax animator wins new award honouring slain filmmaker Helen Hill
12/12/2007 [-] Brawl at school prompts lockdown
12/11/2007 [-] Country star Urban to headline outdoor concert
12/11/2007 [-] Halifax OK's reno job for Hooters
12/11/2007 [-] Brawl at high school prompts lockdown
12/11/2007 [-] Province loses appeal in Lalo ruling
12/11/2007 [-] Halifax OK's reno job for Hooters
12/11/2007 [-] Mulroney still PM when Schreiber began lobbying for Nova Scotia arms plant
12/11/2007 [-] Nova Scotia-based company awarded military equipment contract
12/11/2007 [-] Province to respect injured workers' ruling
12/11/2007 [-] Rocheleau convicted of murder in 2004 shooting
12/11/2007 [-] Tories propose delay on reporting stab wounds
12/10/2007 [-] Nova Scotia unveils crime prevention plan
12/10/2007 [-] Don't ditch patrol planes, Liberals urge
12/10/2007 [-] Don't ditch patrol planes, Liberals urge
12/10/2007 [-] Hall admits he was wrong to drink and drive
12/10/2007 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia faces class action lawsui...
12/10/2007 [-] Send beef plant money to us, farmers say
12/10/2007 [-] Waiting time grows as students pack hospital cafeteria
12/10/2007 [-] Regulator OK's variable rate system for power company
12/09/2007 [-] Digby bingo prize biggest ever in Nova Scotia
12/09/2007 [-] Family of slain Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq hopes murder trial will bring closure
12/09/2007 [-] N.S. artist's Vatican paintings to help save Halifax church
12/09/2007 [-] Smoking protesters fume over proposed bylaw
12/09/2007 [-] Nova Scotia town to vote on outdoor smoking ban
12/08/2007 [-] Possible Nova Scotia Protesters? No Tiananmen square, but a protest none the less.
12/08/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Mayor to ban smoking in his Town
12/08/2007 [-] Town fuming over bylaw to completely ban smoking


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