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06/07/2007 [-] Man returned to Nova Scotia on sex charges after 13 years in India
06/07/2007 [-] Health to review nursing-home placement rules
06/07/2007 [-] Alleged pedophile returns to face charges
06/07/2007 [-] Casey's budget vote a surprise, MacKay says
06/07/2007 [-] Lawyer plans court battle against OxyContin maker
06/07/2007 [-] Nova Scotia energy supply at risk report
06/07/2007 [-] Nova Scotian headed to N.Y. to face 3rd murder charge
06/06/2007 [-] 106M owed to children, ex-spouses AG
06/06/2007 [-] Both drivers charged in fatal crash
06/06/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Tory MP booted from caucus
06/06/2007 [-] Threat targets high school prom
06/06/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Tory MP booted from caucus after voting against budget bill
06/05/2007 [-] Tory MP votes against his party's budget
06/05/2007 [-] We can see you, privacy czar reminds YouTubers
06/05/2007 [-] Maritimes keeping university graduates survey
06/05/2007 [-] Canadian squadron supporting Afghan mission returning to Nova Scotia
06/05/2007 [-] Student jobs program still falls short Cape Breton MPs
06/05/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Tory MP plans to vote against budget
06/05/2007 [-] Driver found guilty of using car as weapon
06/05/2007 [-] Two men arrested in East Preston shooting
06/05/2007 [-] Reject power rate hike, utility board urged
06/04/2007 [-] Dalhousie University students caught cheating online
06/04/2007 [-] N.S. Liberals appeal hefty cost for gas regulation info
06/04/2007 [-] N.S. government wants 12,000 for gas regulation information
06/04/2007 [-] American company buys Secunda Marine of Dartmouth
06/04/2007 [-] Men charged after bamboo flutes stolen in Bedford
06/03/2007 [-] Snake bite prompts advisory in Dartmouth
06/03/2007 [-] NewsMakers Nova Scotias daily business briefs
06/02/2007 [-] Genealogists and bagpipers look in Copley Square for Nova Scotian roots
06/01/2007 [-] Cross-border investigation nets guns, ammunition
06/01/2007 [-] Halifax urges litterers to can it
06/01/2007 [-] Historic N.S. roundhouse faces wrecking ball
06/01/2007 [-] Company nearing decision on Cape Breton spaceport, chairman says
06/01/2007 [-] More Nova Scotians felled by mumps
06/01/2007 [-] Fish surviving in Sydney tar ponds
06/01/2007 [-] Chatham surgeon disciplined in Nova Scotia
06/01/2007 [-] Chatham Surgeon disciplined in Nova Scotia for poor technique
05/31/2007 [-] Organizers reveal Sobey art prize short list
05/31/2007 [-] Pregnant teens face housing crunch in Yarmouth
05/31/2007 [-] Halifax school board approves budget
05/31/2007 [-] North Sydney to set pace for harness racing
05/31/2007 [-] Contractor buys back stolen metal
05/31/2007 [-] Clients seek answers as property manager closes shop
05/31/2007 [-] I-COM fields 911 call from Nova Scotia
05/30/2007 [-] Spelling bee action leaves 6 Canadians in play
05/30/2007 [-] Job shuffling at liquor corp. raises fears
05/30/2007 [-] Copper bandit targets propane tank fittings
05/30/2007 [-] Public invited to debate school board budget
05/30/2007 [-] 'Lost' Canadian trapped in obscure citizenship rules
05/30/2007 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia profit rises
05/30/2007 [-] Google Earth Helps Put Nova Scotia on the Virtual Map
05/29/2007 [-] Scotiabank profit up 16 pct, sees strength ahead
05/29/2007 [-] Searchers find woman with Alzheimer's in woods
05/29/2007 [-] Group plans port, business park along strait
05/29/2007 [-] 'Green soldiers' join Cape Breton waste plan
05/29/2007 [-] Police identify victims in highway collision
05/29/2007 [-] Sheds, garages targeted in search for woman, 63
05/29/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Feed Mill Looks to Build Ethanol Plant
05/28/2007 [-] Man crushed to death by car
05/28/2007 [-] Man rolls stolen van
05/28/2007 [-] Woman with Alzheimer's missing
05/28/2007 [-] Police investigate after IWK money goes astray
05/28/2007 [-] Golf cart mishap leaves man in coma
05/28/2007 [-] 10,000 unlicensed drivers on Nova Scotia roads
05/28/2007 [-] Witness to N.S. crash remains unconscious
05/28/2007 [-] Youths arrested in Sydney drinking spot
05/28/2007 [-] 5 dead in Lunenburg County crash
05/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia mumps cases top 300
05/27/2007 [-] Mumps Cases Top 300 In Nova Scotia
05/26/2007 [-] Alarm sounded on Atlantic salmon
05/26/2007 [-] Over 300 now have mumps in Nova Scotia
05/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia mumps outbreak hits 300
05/25/2007 [-] Clerk, customers face assault charges
05/25/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberals declare crisis in emergency health care
05/25/2007 [-] Officer, please pull over this car
05/25/2007 [-] Doctors too slow to embrace electronic health records
05/25/2007 [-] Mumps numbers swell in Nova Scotia
05/25/2007 [-] Teens charged with possessing explosive substance
05/25/2007 [-] Native inmates press for sweat lodge at Dartmouth jail
05/25/2007 [-] Community groups win funds in CBRM budget
05/25/2007 [-] Restored summer job funding cheers Cape Breton groups
05/24/2007 [-] Divers join search for missing man
05/24/2007 [-] CBRM 'tickled' dates set in legal fight with province
05/24/2007 [-] New money not covering costs school superintendent
05/24/2007 [-] Security force not the answer, school board told
05/24/2007 [-] Power company plans to crank up conservation
05/23/2007 [-] NDP questions Community Services flyer
05/23/2007 [-] Search underway for submerged car
05/23/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Keltics have renewed desire for win as season kicks ...
05/22/2007 [-] Another teen faces charges over threats
05/22/2007 [-] Murder suspect's family expresses sympathy for victims
05/22/2007 [-] Reverend tuning out Swissair tapes
05/22/2007 [-] Suspicious fire destroys 500,000 in cars and boats
05/22/2007 [-] Halifax funding group lauds church's integrity
05/21/2007 [-] N.S. man charged in 3 slayings to appear in Texas court
05/18/2007 [-] No-hoax message targets students
05/18/2007 [-] Students, groups rally for summer jobs
05/18/2007 [-] Mumps cases continue to grow in Nova Scotia with 50 new cases in past
05/18/2007 [-] Fifty new mumps cases reported in Nova Scotia
05/18/2007 [-] Murder suspect from Nova Scotia still in Texas
05/18/2007 [-] Halifax school board grapples with threats
05/18/2007 [-] Slain men remembered at gay rights rally
05/17/2007 [-] Groups lose summer student jobs
05/17/2007 [-] Threats shut down high school
05/17/2007 [-] Murder suspect a normal kid, former neighbour says
05/17/2007 [-] Nova Scotian caught in Texas charged with killing gay men
05/17/2007 [-] Nova Scotia man arrested in gay slayings
05/16/2007 [-] Nova Scotia reacts to mumps outbreak
05/16/2007 [-] Woman dies in N.S. fire, husband escapes
05/16/2007 [-] VLT addiction ends in prison sentence
05/15/2007 [-] Organizers unveil long list for 50,000 Sobey Art Award
05/15/2007 [-] East Coast mumps outbreak reaches Toronto
05/15/2007 [-] Tories vow anti-strike rules for health workers
05/15/2007 [-] Digby MLA sets sights on seals
05/15/2007 [-] Residents fear big bills over Shelburne County plans
05/15/2007 [-] Widow continues decades-long fight for pension
05/14/2007 [-] Mumps sidelines hospital workers
05/14/2007 [-] Cross-country search for car in N.S. slaying
05/14/2007 [-] Bear in wildlife park bites girl, 3
05/14/2007 [-] Cruising murders shock Nova Scotia
05/14/2007 [-] Halifax hosts lacrosse tourney
05/14/2007 [-] Cape Breton region on strike watch
05/14/2007 [-] Rally to remember slain gay men
05/14/2007 [-] Tories announce green funding for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Harper Tories announce 42.5-million environment trust fund for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Harper Tories announce 42.5 million environment trust funds for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Harper Tories announce 42.5 million environment trust funds for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Ottawa announces 42.5-million environment trust funds for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Harper Tories announce environment trust funds for Nova Scotia
05/12/2007 [-] Nova Scotia's uncrowded treasure
05/11/2007 [-] Halifax gay community urged to take caution after 2 homicides
05/11/2007 [-] Police chief not guilty of mischief
05/11/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to start mumps immunization program
05/11/2007 [-] Copper bandit leaves oil spills behind
05/11/2007 [-] Mumps outbreak prompts booster campaign
05/11/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to begin mumps immunization
05/11/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to begin mumps immunization for health-care workers
05/11/2007 [-] Wanna buy a chocolate factory?
05/11/2007 [-] Facebook postings targeted teacher board
05/10/2007 [-] Halifax singer wins international songwriting contest
05/10/2007 [-] Manufacturing jobs vanishing in NS
05/10/2007 [-] Nova Scotia flicks on lightbulb giveaway
05/10/2007 [-] Essential services law no prescription, health-care unions say
05/10/2007 [-] Shear Wind Confirms Potential of Nova Scotia Projects
05/09/2007 [-] No delaying water rules, Parent says
05/09/2007 [-] Feathered vandals fluster Mounties
05/09/2007 [-] Patient escorted from hospital found unconscious
05/09/2007 [-] Distant relative confirms Jack White's N.S. roots
05/09/2007 [-] Girl, 16, recovering from quarry fall
05/09/2007 [-] Air pollution prompts health advisory
05/09/2007 [-] Teen to be charged after lockdown at school
05/09/2007 [-] Police say no charges against former school board member Reid
05/09/2007 [-] Smoke from forest fire forces school closures
05/08/2007 [-] Report recommends approval for Deep Panuke
05/08/2007 [-] Blazes in woods keep fire crews busy
05/08/2007 [-] Probation for armed man at hospital
05/08/2007 [-] Rant like Rick earns two N.S. students tuition at Memorial
05/08/2007 [-] Halifax requests delay on water changes
05/07/2007 [-] Septic system will pollute cove, residents claim
05/07/2007 [-] Slain man's car found near Halifax airport
05/07/2007 [-] 1 sent to hospital in suspicious Amherst fires
05/07/2007 [-] Icebreakers leaving N.S. but jobs can stay official
05/07/2007 [-] Homegrown industries a priority, Green leader says
05/07/2007 [-] Missing man found slain in woods
05/06/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Greens pick new leader
05/04/2007 [-] Nova Scotia makes low-key changes
05/04/2007 [-] 200 cases of the mumps reported in Nova Scotia since outbreak began
05/04/2007 [-] Rally to mark last shift at TrentonWorks
05/04/2007 [-] Police, protesters clash outside Tory event
05/03/2007 [-] Nova Scotia brims with charm, beauty
05/03/2007 [-] Plans released to build another Bluenose replica in Nova Scotia
05/03/2007 [-] Cumberland County wind turbine rules OK company
05/03/2007 [-] Government House reno taking longer than expected
05/03/2007 [-] Man shot in face after fight
05/03/2007 [-] No double equalization, Flaherty tells province
05/03/2007 [-] Construction a go at Cape Breton schools
05/03/2007 [-] Plans for Bluenose III sink with province
05/02/2007 [-] Locked door, bigger ID tags at Halifax school
05/02/2007 [-] Afghanistan attack survivor says he'd go back
05/02/2007 [-] Estate battle keeps Stanfield in unmarked grave
05/02/2007 [-] Sydney Sally Ann bequeathed 1M
05/02/2007 [-] Psychiatric assessment ordered for accused kisser
05/02/2007 [-] Transfer deal a 50M loss for Nova Scotia official
05/02/2007 [-] Highlands new home for endangered martens
05/02/2007 [-] Husband of slain Valley woman released
05/02/2007 [-] Transfer deal a 50M loss for Nova Scotia official
05/02/2007 [-] New rules stop 'McMansion' developments on Halifax waterway
05/02/2007 [-] Stranger kisses elementary students
05/02/2007 [-] TrentonWorks railcar plant in Nova Scotia to close amid heavy losses
05/02/2007 [-] Crosby, Brodeur, Luongo up for NHL MVP
05/01/2007 [-] D'Entremont fears ripple effect of IWK worker demands
05/01/2007 [-] Probation for partygoer in Parks case
05/01/2007 [-] Husband of slain woman arrested in Wolfville
05/01/2007 [-] Halifax hospital expects slow recovery after one-day strike
05/01/2007 [-] Valley man gets 5 years, ban for dangerous driving
05/01/2007 [-] Lyme disease found in Cape Breton dog
05/01/2007 [-] High costs, drop in parishioners force church closures
05/01/2007 [-] Stephen McNeil becomes leader of the Nova Scotia Liberals
05/01/2007 [-] Workers at Halifax hospital end short walkout
05/01/2007 [-] Virginia Tech massacre claims former Nova Scotia French teacher
04/30/2007 [-] Prince Andrew to meet Halifax reservists
04/30/2007 [-] Lobster fisherman falls overboard, dies
04/30/2007 [-] Digby to shop for more doctors
04/29/2007 [-] McNeil wins Nova Scotia Liberal leadership
04/28/2007 [-] McNeil new N.S. Liberal leader
04/28/2007 [-] Dion talks environment, equalization with Nova Scotians at Halifax market
04/28/2007 [-] Nova Scotia mumps outbreak prompts warnings
04/28/2007 [-] Gas price regulation in Nova Scotia costing consumers millions
04/27/2007 [-] Mumps outbreak hits 157 cases
04/27/2007 [-] 2 Valley schools make renovation list
04/27/2007 [-] Mediator appointed in hospital, union dispute
04/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberals to choose new leader
04/26/2007 [-] Man given 5 years for killing panhandler
04/26/2007 [-] Drivers paying more under gas regulation report
04/26/2007 [-] IWK scraps non-urgent surgeries as strike looms
04/26/2007 [-] Heimlich inventor honours Cape Breton boy
04/25/2007 [-] Fire crews battle brush blazes
04/25/2007 [-] Fage e-mail raises questions for Liberal MLA
04/25/2007 [-] French military jet makes emergency landing in Sydney
04/25/2007 [-] Poultry workers brace for plant shutdown
04/25/2007 [-] Cabinet to go green with vehicle leasing plan
04/24/2007 [-] Stabbing brings extra police to school
04/24/2007 [-] 'Perfect storm' cuts down forestry jobs
04/24/2007 [-] Nova Scotians seek out cheaper gas next door
04/24/2007 [-] ADP Canada Accelerates Growth in Nova Scotia
04/24/2007 [-] Fisherman hopes big trout sets record
04/24/2007 [-] Special needs students losing out, parents tell panel
04/23/2007 [-] Run-in with intruder leaves N.S. man, 72, shaken
04/23/2007 [-] Crosby all-star jersey nets 47,520 at auction
04/23/2007 [-] Drugs, guns seized in Aylesford raid
04/23/2007 [-] Man charged after woman attacked at hotel
04/20/2007 [-] Slain teacher remembered as loving, passionate
04/20/2007 [-] Fallen soldier led by example comrades
04/20/2007 [-] Friends remember slain instructor
04/20/2007 [-] Union doubts Michelin's plans at Granton
04/20/2007 [-] RJZ Mining Corporation Exploration Drilling Starts in Nova Scotia- Preparations Begin in Russia
04/20/2007 [-] TrentonWorks plant piques interest, Hurlburt says
04/20/2007 [-] N.S. memorial to honour teacher killed at Virginia Tech
04/19/2007 [-] Province mulls forcing hospitals to report suspect injuries
04/19/2007 [-] Regulator eases offshore N.S. petroleum exploration
04/19/2007 [-] Collision near Kentville kills 2 young women
04/19/2007 [-] Michelin cuts 100 jobs in Nova Scotia
04/19/2007 [-] Shear Wind Pursues Renewable Energy RFP With Nova Scotia Pow
04/19/2007 [-] Ten reasons to visit Nova Scotia
04/19/2007 [-] Vandal forces costly cleanup in Coldbrook
04/19/2007 [-] Raccoon knocks out power in Halifax
04/19/2007 [-] One inquiry into ferry worker's death sufficient premier
04/18/2007 [-] Team Nova Scotia gets kudos from premier
04/18/2007 [-] N.S. equalization worries prompt number-crunching
04/18/2007 [-] Friends mourn 'sunshine' shot down at Virginia Tech
04/18/2007 [-] Inquiry into ferry worker's death calls for changes
04/18/2007 [-] Halifax budget delivers same services, higher taxes
04/18/2007 [-] Virginia Tech massacre claims former Nova Scotia French teacher
04/18/2007 [-] Massive nor'easter hammers Quebec, Nova Scotia and northeastern U.S.
04/18/2007 [-] Former Nova Scotian and self-described French-Canadian died in Virginia
04/17/2007 [-] Foreign graduates face racism, Kenyan says
04/17/2007 [-] Former Nova Scotia resident died in Virginia shootings, husband confirms
04/17/2007 [-] Massive nor'easter hammers Quebec, Nova Scotia and upstate New York
04/17/2007 [-] Husband confirms loss of former Nova Scotia resident in Virginia shootings
04/17/2007 [-] University flags lowered in 'sorrow and outrage'
04/16/2007 [-] 1 dead after overturned truck crushes car
04/16/2007 [-] 4 Canadians safe after Virginia Tech shootings
04/16/2007 [-] Boy, 12, charged after friend stabbed
04/16/2007 [-] Competition kills Windsor Co-op
04/14/2007 [-] Titanic weekend in Halifax
04/13/2007 [-] New storm could mean high winds, storm surge for N.S.
04/13/2007 [-] Central Nova deal risky for Grits, premier says
04/13/2007 [-] N.B. addicts forced to go to N.S. for methadone
04/13/2007 [-] RCMP arrest Digby man cited as threat
04/13/2007 [-] Minority Tories win unanimous support for budget
04/13/2007 [-] More pharmacies to join drug monitoring program
04/13/2007 [-] Snow, strong winds close schools
04/12/2007 [-] Halifax CN workers say they won't strike
04/12/2007 [-] Suspended Cape Breton cop under investigation
04/12/2007 [-] Math still a struggle for students
04/12/2007 [-] 418 rings set tree record
04/12/2007 [-] Nova Scotia splits its luck
04/12/2007 [-] Many Nova Scotians could be saved with more use of existing programs
04/12/2007 [-] Yarmouth ferry changes worry tourism operators
04/12/2007 [-] Canada's New Government Supports Senior Rural Women in Nova Scotia
04/11/2007 [-] Human rights inquiry rejects satellite discrimination claim
04/11/2007 [-] Wolfville, Nova Scotia, to become Canada's first Fair Trade Town
04/11/2007 [-] Former Port Hawkesbury man in custody in India
04/11/2007 [-] No stowaways on board ship, Day confirms
04/11/2007 [-] Current Canso plans don't include toll MacIsaac
04/11/2007 [-] NDP hangs out energy-saving proposal
04/11/2007 [-] CN Rail workers resume picketing after rejecting tentative agreement
04/11/2007 [-] Vandals damage outdoor art in Halifax
04/10/2007 [-] Halifax readies for possible stowaways
04/10/2007 [-] Reservists vow to carry on for fallen friend
04/10/2007 [-] Family backed Afghan mission, slain soldier had told CBC
04/10/2007 [-] Snow strands hundreds in Nova Scotia
04/09/2007 [-] N.S. family 'lucky to get out alive' of fire, chief says
04/09/2007 [-] N.B. base in mourning as 6 soldiers' names released
04/09/2007 [-] Missing fisherman presumed dead off Northern Peninsula
04/09/2007 [-] Man charged in Dartmouth drive-by shooting
04/08/2007 [-] East Coast storm slows travel
04/08/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to launch lottery investigation
04/06/2007 [-] DFO investigates whether protest group pilot disrupted seal hunt
04/06/2007 [-] Nitrate levels exceed standards in some Annapolis Valley wells survey
04/05/2007 [-] Halifax hit with mumps outbreak
04/05/2007 [-] Police on alert for Sydney street groper
04/05/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberals to back Tory budget
04/05/2007 [-] Halifax traffic boss questions crosswalk requests
04/05/2007 [-] Highland Fisheries talks renew hope for jobs
04/05/2007 [-] Fage pleads not guilty to accident charge
04/05/2007 [-] Workers reeling over 'devastating' TrentonWorks closure
04/04/2007 [-] Clearwater, union to meet about shuttered plant
04/04/2007 [-] TrentonWorks railcar plant in Nova Scotia to close amid heavy losses
04/04/2007 [-] Trenton awaits decision on railcar plant
04/04/2007 [-] N.S. filmmaker's fake-movie trailer to open for Grindhouse
04/04/2007 [-] Premier opens wallet to railcar plant
04/04/2007 [-] Crosswalk safety plans in hands of new group
04/03/2007 [-] Sydney complaints keep store closed on Easter
04/03/2007 [-] Consider salaries during power rate hearings premier
04/03/2007 [-] Valley chicken jobs bound for N.B.
04/03/2007 [-] 'She will live on in 5 other people'
04/03/2007 [-] Make crosswalks red-light zone Liberals
04/03/2007 [-] Dry conditions spark early fire season
04/02/2007 [-] Dalhousie honours slain diplomat with scholarship
04/02/2007 [-] Fire destroys Stewiacke office
04/02/2007 [-] DFO considers towing derelict ships
04/02/2007 [-] Glace Bay day care, union reach deal
03/30/2007 [-] Court OKs fees, residential school deal can proceed
03/30/2007 [-] Nova Scotia no longer 'delusional' in ads
03/30/2007 [-] Province to review water quality
03/30/2007 [-] Nova Scotia no longer 'delusional' in ads
03/30/2007 [-] Kitten mutilator sentenced to house arrest
03/30/2007 [-] Vandals damage outdoor art in Halifax
03/30/2007 [-] New drivers face more restrictions down the road
03/30/2007 [-] Genetic link suspected in Richmond kidney disease cases
03/30/2007 [-] Crosswalk death prompts debate over driver testing
03/29/2007 [-] Maritime folksinger wins international songwriting award
03/29/2007 [-] Tories pitch plan to help Donkin coal project
03/29/2007 [-] Tories move to end forced retirement
03/29/2007 [-] Whiteouts cancel class in Cape Breton
03/29/2007 [-] Liquor fee legal, Baker says
03/29/2007 [-] Friends mourn girl, 14, killed at crosswalk
03/28/2007 [-] Related MacKay defends equalization deal with Nova Scotia
03/28/2007 [-] Dartmouth teen hit by truck, dies in hospital
03/28/2007 [-] Internationally known fisheries biologist dies in Halifax
03/28/2007 [-] Nova Scotia takes stake in Thanachart
03/28/2007 [-] Halifax property owners face tax hike
03/28/2007 [-] N.S. to probe Atlantic lottery ticket retailers
03/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia launches investigation of Atlantic Lottery Corp.
03/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to launch lottery investigation
03/27/2007 [-] Teen hit by truck, seriously hurt in intersection
03/27/2007 [-] Family suing province over crash through guardrail
03/27/2007 [-] Searchers find toddler lost for hours in N.S. woods
03/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia offers prescription for Calgary 'ailment'
03/26/2007 [-] Seven facing charges in Windsor-area drug bust
03/26/2007 [-] Day-care workers ready to strike
03/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Joins with Canada's New Government to Announce Patient Wait Times Guarantee
03/26/2007 [-] Cape Breton man arrested after home invasion
03/26/2007 [-] Emissions plan won't fly, automakers warn
03/26/2007 [-] Halifax police probe rooming house death
03/25/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberal MPs to speak out on changes to offshore accord
03/24/2007 [-] Nova Scotia expats mocked
03/23/2007 [-] See Nova Scotia's seafaring history
03/23/2007 [-] Disciplined budget for Nova Scotia
03/23/2007 [-] RCMP in standoff with man in northern Cape Breton
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. accepts Harper equalization plan in balanced budget
03/23/2007 [-] Judge agrees to woman's request for longer jail term
03/23/2007 [-] RCMP seize hard drugs in raids on bars
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. Tories face tough choice in Friday budget
03/22/2007 [-] Terence Bay standoff ends peacefully
03/22/2007 [-] Bill aims at greener Nova Scotia by 2020
03/22/2007 [-] Sandwiches pulled from marketplace in Nova Scotia
03/22/2007 [-] Nova Scotia eyes California standards
03/22/2007 [-] 'I did not solicit her,' cabinet minister says of hitchhiker
03/22/2007 [-] Report tallies high cost of seniors' falls
03/22/2007 [-] NDP slams timing of N.S. budget
03/22/2007 [-] Games committee may use cash from bid fundraiser
03/21/2007 [-] ATVers win changes after protest
03/21/2007 [-] Baker sets Friday as budget day
03/21/2007 [-] Violence study needs participants
03/21/2007 [-] MacDonald defends minister in second police incident
03/21/2007 [-] Poet Rita Joe dies
03/20/2007 [-] Bedford's Chickenburger flips owners
03/20/2007 [-] Food recall worries pet owners
03/20/2007 [-] New fisheries act could jeopardize licence transfers NDP
03/20/2007 [-] Fage back at Province House
03/19/2007 [-] Flaherty pledges 39B over seven years for provinces
03/19/2007 [-] Hero says 'do unto others' guided deed
03/19/2007 [-] Nova Scotia focuses on federal budget
03/19/2007 [-] Union probes disease, asbestos links at shipyards
03/19/2007 [-] Greenbrier sets labor pact for Nova Scotia facility
03/18/2007 [-] Nova Scotia firm wins award for Israel project
03/17/2007 [-] Green party leader expected to run against MacKay
03/16/2007 [-] Halifax prepares for final Final 8
03/16/2007 [-] Fire fears force 8 nursing home residents out
03/16/2007 [-] Full military funeral for Megeney
03/15/2007 [-] N.S. retiree not diggin' sinkhole in yard
03/15/2007 [-] Four budget options available, depending on federal money
03/15/2007 [-] Virus outbreak prompts visitor ban at Camp Hill
03/15/2007 [-] Ottawa delivers 1M for storm-damaged park
03/15/2007 [-] 'Too many people' went on 56K Boston trip opposition
03/14/2007 [-] 8,000 education tab riles Cape Breton councillor
03/14/2007 [-] Environment minister OK's petrochemical plant
03/14/2007 [-] Ex-teacher faces sex charges in Stellarton
03/14/2007 [-] No energy plant on Black Loyalist site group
03/14/2007 [-] Fire destroys Bedford condo
03/13/2007 [-] Immigration museum gets 500K in federal funds
03/13/2007 [-] Games bid chair looks ahead to hockey tourney
03/13/2007 [-] Census puts spotlight on Halifax, rural divide
03/13/2007 [-] Games bid team, province wrangle over reports
03/12/2007 [-] Police seek tips in Forgeron slaying
03/12/2007 [-] New flight from Belfast to Nova Scotia
03/12/2007 [-] Ottawa OK's EI benefits for fish plant workers
03/12/2007 [-] Inquiry into Games decision unnecessary Mayor
03/12/2007 [-] Woman dies in Cape Breton house fire
03/11/2007 [-] Nova Scotia ponders light-bulb switch
03/09/2007 [-] Games decision prompts mayoral challenge
03/09/2007 [-] Union pays unemployed people to picket Halifax developer
03/09/2007 [-] MacKay defends Ottawa's Games cap
03/08/2007 [-] Councillors learn Games decision in e-mail
03/08/2007 [-] Community colleges look for ways to go green
03/08/2007 [-] Taking the pain out of coffee-cup contests
03/08/2007 [-] Premier nowhere on Games radar pollster
03/08/2007 [-] Membertou seeks beefed-up police force
03/08/2007 [-] Halifax council meets on Games numbers
03/07/2007 [-] Province backs nursing home's probe after senior's mouth taped
03/07/2007 [-] Drivers lose parking spots to council
03/07/2007 [-] Fake drugs, steroids seized in Bridgewater bust
03/07/2007 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia 'BUY'
03/07/2007 [-] Stellarton mourns soldier shot in Afghanistan
03/06/2007 [-] Yarmouth tenants flee burning building
03/06/2007 [-] ATVs adding to beach erosion, biologist says
03/06/2007 [-] Profit soars 20 pct at Bank of Nova Scotia
03/06/2007 [-] Broken water line prompts advisory
03/06/2007 [-] Athletes cheer Games bid
03/05/2007 [-] Offshore project will pump up N.S. coffers EnCana
03/05/2007 [-] Province appeals Lalo compensation ruling
03/05/2007 [-] SMU says no racism debate on campus
03/05/2007 [-] Tar ponds agency cuts spokesman loose
03/05/2007 [-] Games bid CEO says media coverage negative report
03/05/2007 [-] Hearings to begin into offshore gas plan
03/05/2007 [-] Wentworth mourns girl, 6, and dad killed in fire
03/05/2007 [-] Teacher selected to keep Gaelic alive in Nova Scotia
03/04/2007 [-] Thieves steal minor hockey groups canteen money
03/03/2007 [-] Fire in N.S. mobile home kills man, daughter
03/02/2007 [-] Spending promises may be delayed, Baker says
03/02/2007 [-] Teen charged in crash that killed pedestrian
03/02/2007 [-] U.S. worries about spread of longhorn beetle from N.S.
03/02/2007 [-] Nova Scotia braces for storm
03/01/2007 [-] Colchester rinks on snow alert
03/01/2007 [-] School board says bus driver dealt with altercation
03/01/2007 [-] McDonald's murderer granted day passes
03/01/2007 [-] Propane leak stalls Halifax business, traffic
02/28/2007 [-] Muster energy for light bulb ban, MLA urges minister
02/28/2007 [-] Consultants reviewing Games bid
02/28/2007 [-] Boy, 14, attacked on school bus, parents say
02/28/2007 [-] Firefighters thwarted by lack of water
02/28/2007 [-] Halifax council cars to leave square
02/28/2007 [-] Nova Scotia ponders light-bulb switch
02/28/2007 [-] Halifax councillors decry Games secrecy
02/28/2007 [-] 2 dead as car hits pole, lands in pond
02/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia way off French target official
02/27/2007 [-] Being a MacDonald in Nova Scotia has its perks
02/27/2007 [-] Reject LNG proposal, environmentalists urge
02/27/2007 [-] Guilty plea in assault on Parks
02/26/2007 [-] No parkade at Grand Parade Halifax staff
02/26/2007 [-] Crown withdraws charges against Donald Marshall Jr.
02/26/2007 [-] Seniors home awaits investigators' report
02/26/2007 [-] Laptops to link search-and-rescue crews
02/26/2007 [-] Panel eyes ways to improve small claims court
02/26/2007 [-] Cash-strapped fossil centre closing operators
02/26/2007 [-] Tartan centre of copyright lawsuit
02/26/2007 [-] Man dies when snowmobile breaks through ice
02/25/2007 [-] Plywood mill faces pollution charges
02/25/2007 [-] No hard sell needed for military jobs, say recruiters
02/24/2007 [-] Medal given to black Nova Scotia soldier sold on eBay
02/23/2007 [-] War medal given to black Nova Scotia soldier sells for C7,435 on eBay
02/23/2007 [-] Medal for black N.S. soldier fetches 7,500 on eBay
02/23/2007 [-] Cape Breton police hunt bold thief
02/23/2007 [-] eBay bids triple for war medal given to black Nova Scotia soldier
02/23/2007 [-] Property assessment cap failing many homeowners report
02/23/2007 [-] Province diverts e-waste to recyclers
02/23/2007 [-] X-rays to resume after virus infects hospital computers
02/23/2007 [-] Elderly man struck, killed on sidewalk
02/22/2007 [-] Journey for aspiring docs starts down the road
02/22/2007 [-] Bidding keeps rare medal out of N.S. museum
02/22/2007 [-] Province buys 4 islands
02/22/2007 [-] N.S. IT firm connects U.S. voters
02/22/2007 [-] More cops to patrol Spryfield
02/21/2007 [-] Teacher selected to keep Gaelic alive in Nova Scotia
02/21/2007 [-] Man accused of teen assault sent for psych exam
02/21/2007 [-] Asking for Games donations a choice NSLC minister
02/21/2007 [-] Computer donor gives boy new chance at day care
02/21/2007 [-] Campaign promotes VLT-free bars
02/21/2007 [-] Municipality takes swipe at rundown Cape Breton buildings
02/21/2007 [-] Rail strike effects felt in Nova Scotia
02/21/2007 [-] Northumberland Strait ecosystem in trouble report
02/21/2007 [-] No Independent perks for MLA Fage
02/21/2007 [-] Foresters would shrink beetle containment zone
02/20/2007 [-] Sam no longer the record man in Halifax
02/20/2007 [-] Flags at half-mast for fallen soldier
02/20/2007 [-] Sydney restaurant chain shuts down
02/20/2007 [-] Storm days adding up for Tri-County schools
02/20/2007 [-] Police investigate firebombing in Spryfield
02/20/2007 [-] 'Human' MacKay explains geography gaffe
02/20/2007 [-] Former N.S. cabinet minister charged in car accident
02/19/2007 [-] Property values up in Nova Scotia
02/19/2007 [-] Retired teacher accused after sex tapes seized
02/19/2007 [-] Tracks in snow led searchers to missing teen
02/19/2007 [-] CBC News at Six renews local focus
02/19/2007 [-] Heavy snow, wind hit southwest
02/19/2007 [-] Body found in lake
02/19/2007 [-] Missing teen, 13, found in Cape Breton woods
02/19/2007 [-] Mandatory gym class delayed a year
02/18/2007 [-] ECMA hat tricks for Canyon, Joel Plaskett, In-Flight Safety
02/17/2007 [-] Gov. Gen. plans three-day visit to Nova Scotia
02/16/2007 [-] Metal bandits reach for car part
02/16/2007 [-] Faulty switch sparks fatal house fire
02/16/2007 [-] Don't forget Point Pleasant, Halifax tells Ottawa
02/16/2007 [-] Minimum wage to rise 45 cents
02/16/2007 [-] Jury finds man not guilty of ATV deaths
02/16/2007 [-] No widening Chebucto, residents tell city
02/15/2007 [-] Forecaster, 12, predicts weather career
02/15/2007 [-] New Waterford woman, 82, dies in fire
02/15/2007 [-] Man faces child pornography, teen sexual assault charges
02/15/2007 [-] Trio charged in Halifax abduction
02/15/2007 [-] Nova Scotia boosts pay for senior bureaucrats
02/15/2007 [-] Canso fishermen fret over loss of wharf
02/15/2007 [-] Schools out as storm system blows through N.S.
02/15/2007 [-] Report, labour groups challenge Atlantica
02/14/2007 [-] 400M for Games not enough premier to Ottawa
02/14/2007 [-] Province to investigate taping of senior
02/14/2007 [-] SPCA finds warm homes for freezing kitties
02/14/2007 [-] Nurses tape woman's mouth shut
02/14/2007 [-] Sewage plant upgrade carries 30M price tag
02/14/2007 [-] Ottawa fights EI pay for fish plant workers
02/14/2007 [-] No contest on AG's coast guard critique Hearn
02/13/2007 [-] Boy made up attempted-abduction story
02/13/2007 [-] Halifax planner defends 'Twisted Sisters' development
02/13/2007 [-] Progress in closing passport security gaps, but weaknesses remain, AG says
02/13/2007 [-] Rush to get new credit cards follows security breach at Winners
02/13/2007 [-] Jean 1st GG to address N.S. legislature
02/13/2007 [-] Jean delivers historic address to N.S. assembly
02/13/2007 [-] All N.S. VLTs to get 'responsible gaming device'
02/13/2007 [-] Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean delivers historic address to Nova Scotia assembly
02/12/2007 [-] GG meets immigrant women to start Halifax tour
02/12/2007 [-] Tory 'green filter' missing details
02/12/2007 [-] Researchers to track fish off East Coast
02/12/2007 [-] Sampson takes the Grammy
02/12/2007 [-] Fire razes Pictou business
02/12/2007 [-] Police reunite with 'Roxanne' at Grammys; Nova Scotia's Sampson wins prize
02/09/2007 [-] PetroWorth Commissions Study of Nova Scotia Block
02/08/2007 [-] Nursing bed crunch continues in Nova Scotia
02/08/2007 [-] RRFB Nova Scotia Selects Lafarge Canada to Collect and Process Used Tires
02/07/2007 [-] Property values up in Nova Scotia
02/06/2007 [-] Gov. Gen. plans three-day visit to Nova Scotia
02/06/2007 [-] Governor General to visit Nova Scotia
02/05/2007 [-] Nova Scotia whisky distiller can keep Glen Breton label
02/05/2007 [-] Cape Breton ski resort closed for season
02/05/2007 [-] Mom, son flee blaze at duplex
02/05/2007 [-] N.S. regulator approves power rate hike
02/03/2007 [-] 400 years on, Nova Scotia seeks a Scots settler to keep Gaelic alive
02/02/2007 [-] Suzuki urges pressure on Ottawa's environmental record
02/02/2007 [-] NDP pushes 250,000 'Buy Nova Scotia' campaign
02/02/2007 [-] Teens accused of joyriding crash
02/02/2007 [-] EI scam nets fisherman house arrest
02/02/2007 [-] Halifax hosting 2011 Canada Winter Games
02/01/2007 [-] Grammy nominations cap off stellar year for Nova Scotia's Gordie Sampson
02/01/2007 [-] Residential school legal-fee dispute continues
02/01/2007 [-] Shields up for soldiers in Afghanistan
02/01/2007 [-] Casey talked to lawyer before firing school board
02/01/2007 [-] No 'free lunch' with fees, Baker says
02/01/2007 [-] Fired Halifax board members to sue province
02/01/2007 [-] Province to replace seniors' homes, add beds
02/01/2007 [-] False YouTube video cuts bookings Marine Atlantic
01/31/2007 [-] CBC Nova Scotia News
01/31/2007 [-] Nova Scotia's Valley Today Closes After Failing to Meet Revenue Targets
01/31/2007 [-] Cape Breton ski hill yearns to see green
01/31/2007 [-] Scammers using Nova Scotia for long-distance fraud
01/31/2007 [-] Premier's ex-adviser may send legal bill to province
01/31/2007 [-] Police seek missing girl, 14
01/31/2007 [-] Ex-adviser admits premier fired her
01/31/2007 [-] Senior heads to court over 3 clams
01/31/2007 [-] Ray of hope shines on North Sydney centre
01/31/2007 [-] Airport opponents pin hopes on transport minister
01/30/2007 [-] Judge rules ACTRA strike can go on, but orders arbitration
01/30/2007 [-] N.S. ordered to pay child abuse victim 625,000
01/30/2007 [-] No 'closure' in schools debate
01/30/2007 [-] MLA McNeil launches Grit leadership bid
01/30/2007 [-] Tar ponds cleanup plan moves ahead
01/30/2007 [-] Bed shortage met with 'virtual' solution
01/29/2007 [-] Nova Scotia approves tire-burning
01/29/2007 [-] Police seek runaway, 15
01/29/2007 [-] A virtual scratch behind the ears
01/29/2007 [-] Halifax school board pulls pay for former members
01/29/2007 [-] Man gets 4 years for sex attacks on kids in Nova Scotia town
01/29/2007 [-] Relocation no part of tar ponds plan
01/29/2007 [-] Scotiabank offers to buy Puerto Rico bank report
01/29/2007 [-] Canada's New Government and Nova Scotia Invest 400 Million
01/29/2007 [-] Website a venue for aspiring Acadian stars
01/29/2007 [-] Cleanup or coverup? Resident asks of tar ponds plan
01/29/2007 [-] Feud behind Pictou County shooting, RCMP say
01/28/2007 [-] Utility wants to burn cheaper, dirty fuel
01/28/2007 [-] Governments set to announce tar ponds cleanup plan
01/27/2007 [-] Mamas and Papas' Doherty remembered for wit, angelic voice
01/27/2007 [-] Blizzard whips Cape Breton
01/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to boost amount of electricity from green source
01/26/2007 [-] No NATO exercise for cash-strapped navy
01/26/2007 [-] Drug bust centred in Fredericton spanned 3 provinces
01/26/2007 [-] 7 questioned in East Preston shooting deaths
01/26/2007 [-] RRFB Nova Scotia Selects Lafarge Canada to Collect and Process Used Tires
01/26/2007 [-] Freight handlers fear job losses over Maersk pullout
01/26/2007 [-] Storm, surge warnings prompt Cape Breton school closures
01/26/2007 [-] Recycling agency OK's tire-burning plan
01/26/2007 [-] Police look for links in gun-related incidents
01/26/2007 [-] Nursing bed crunch continues in Nova Scotia
01/25/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Revamps Green Power Plan, Seeks 20% Renewable Goal by 2013
01/25/2007 [-] CanWEA applauds Nova Scotia's renewable electricity expansion plans
01/25/2007 [-] Losses could force Maersk pullout Halifax Port Authority
01/25/2007 [-] East meets West as Atlantic premiers go to Alberta
01/25/2007 [-] Former Halifax lawyer subject of new police probe
01/25/2007 [-] Police search for armed man closes Sydney high school
01/25/2007 [-] Enfield residents to ask MP to stop airport development
01/25/2007 [-] NDP's Deveaux quits politics for UN post
01/24/2007 [-] Ottawa funds Nova Scotia program to help youth resist crime, gangs
01/24/2007 [-] Nova Scotia man responsible for ATM money pleads guilty to stealing
01/24/2007 [-] That's Col. Rick to you Mercer gets a military gig
01/24/2007 [-] Deputy minister pushed not to fund drug report
01/24/2007 [-] Auditor general fights N.S. for information on 1B in fees
01/24/2007 [-] Nova Scotia whisky distiller can keep Glen Breton label
01/24/2007 [-] Ottawa wants music association to find new sponsors
01/24/2007 [-] Halifax considers split tax bill for provincial services
01/24/2007 [-] Pulp and paper giants, NS Power reach deal
01/24/2007 [-] Former resort worker admits to stealing thousands
01/23/2007 [-] Nova Scotia newspaper folds after three months
01/23/2007 [-] N.S. paper mills join power deal
01/23/2007 [-] Crime prevention program targets at-risk kids
01/23/2007 [-] More schools to put eye on vandals
01/23/2007 [-] 7-year sentence for drunk-driving deaths
01/23/2007 [-] Passport crunch still on as U.S. deadline arrives
01/23/2007 [-] Tsunami warning system for Atlantic enhanced
01/23/2007 [-] Former Eaton employees sought for back pay
01/23/2007 [-] Power rate deal bad for N.S. environmental group
01/22/2007 [-] 400 years on, Nova Scotia seeks a Scots settler to keep Gaelic alive
01/22/2007 [-] Regulator paves way for bridge toll changes
01/22/2007 [-] Drunk driver takes blame for fatal crash
01/22/2007 [-] Friends, fans pay tribute to Dutch Mason
01/22/2007 [-] Chicken workers uncertain about future
01/22/2007 [-] NSP pitches 7.5% rate hike
01/19/2007 [-] Merrex Intersects Significant Zinc and Lead Mineralization on Jubilee Property in Nova Scotia
01/19/2007 [-] Lawyer MacKinnon joins race for N.S. Liberal leader
01/19/2007 [-] Girl, 16, reports attempted abduction
01/19/2007 [-] World hockey tourney in Halifax-Quebec City thrown in doubt
01/18/2007 [-] N.S. Crown questions how accused Saudi skipped country
01/18/2007 [-] Legal aid loses bid for cheaper power for poor
01/18/2007 [-] Halifax internet TV station offers unique fare
01/18/2007 [-] Whalen joins Liberal leader race
01/18/2007 [-] MacKay questions Saudi man's disappearance before trial
01/18/2007 [-] Premier delays decision on Fage
01/18/2007 [-] Nova Scotia to get less money from Ottawa Baker
01/17/2007 [-] No proof of discrimination on tapes, speaker says
01/17/2007 [-] Province braces for chicken plant shutdown
01/17/2007 [-] Navy ties up its fleet
01/17/2007 [-] Maple Leaf announces Nova Scotia plant closure
01/17/2007 [-] Deep freeze puts shelters on alert
01/17/2007 [-] No plant, no EI for fish workers
01/17/2007 [-] Hog crisis may lead to cull farmers
01/17/2007 [-] Poultry workers face job hunt
01/17/2007 [-] Nova Scotia VLT revenues drop
01/16/2007 [-] Tribunal planned for fisheries violations
01/16/2007 [-] 380 jobs to disappear with poultry plant
01/16/2007 [-] Rankin Family to resume reunion tour
01/16/2007 [-] Idol winner Avila, Plaskett among Canadian Radio Music Awards nominees
01/16/2007 [-] Black MLA alleges discrimination at house
01/16/2007 [-] N.S. Grits mixed over fighting election with interim leader
01/16/2007 [-] Peace march leads to tips in East Preston slayings
01/16/2007 [-] Fage car repair bill nears 3,500
01/16/2007 [-] N.S. drivers warned against highway travel
01/15/2007 [-] 2 dead, 1 injured in Nova Scotia car rollover
01/15/2007 [-] Man dies from injuries after bat beating
01/15/2007 [-] Liberals plan 'super weekend' for delegates
01/15/2007 [-] Schools close early as winter rolls in
01/15/2007 [-] 4 killed on Nova Scotia highways
01/15/2007 [-] Millbrook woman to keep smoking room
01/14/2007 [-] 2 dead, 1 injured in Nova Scotia car rollover
01/14/2007 [-] New Orleans-style funeral procession honours Halifax filmmaker
01/12/2007 [-] Rankins postpone reunion tour after family death
01/12/2007 [-] Students report stranger taking photos
01/12/2007 [-] N.S. probes mistaken release of teens from custody
01/12/2007 [-] Irving loses bid for submarine repair contract
01/12/2007 [-] Samson to announce Grit leadership decision
01/12/2007 [-] Rare sitting ends with new party donation rules
01/12/2007 [-] Fold 'em, don't hold 'em, RCMP tells permit-less bars
01/12/2007 [-] Youth wrongly let go from custody arrested
01/11/2007 [-] Sleeping hunter unaware of search
01/11/2007 [-] Police bust Halifax theft ring
01/11/2007 [-] 30 lose jobs in TRA restructuring
01/11/2007 [-] Lawyer cautions Tory minister on Fage crash
01/10/2007 [-] Auditor slams former premier on Games letter
01/10/2007 [-] Mike Smith launches Liberal leadership bid
01/10/2007 [-] Silent march will honour Canadian filmmaker killed in New Orleans
01/10/2007 [-] Man charged in sex assault on girl, 12
01/10/2007 [-] Tory MLA disputes adviser's Fage story
01/10/2007 [-] Minimum wage in Nova Scotia should be increased, committee says
01/10/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Power drops estimate of fuel costs 8m for upcoming rate hearing
01/10/2007 [-] Province to respond to McEvoy recommendations
01/10/2007 [-] Cheaper fuel no guarantee of cheaper power
01/10/2007 [-] School board confirms African-Nova Scotian winner
01/09/2007 [-] Environment group slams e-mail gaffe
01/09/2007 [-] 1 man in hospital, 1 charged after fight
01/09/2007 [-] Critics free to challenge Fage's leave Speaker
01/09/2007 [-] Headz Gamez files for bankruptcy
01/09/2007 [-] This little piggy went to protest
01/09/2007 [-] Wolfville satisfies hunger for food bank
01/09/2007 [-] Fage takes break from legislature
01/08/2007 [-] ACTRA on strike, but most actors still working
01/08/2007 [-] NDP proposes rules to combat drunk driving
01/08/2007 [-] Former union worker to stand trial on theft, fraud charges
01/08/2007 [-] Fage questions to continue at legislature
01/08/2007 [-] School mourns death of boy, 7, in fire
01/07/2007 [-] Nova Scotia wetlands a mercury 'hotspot' study
01/06/2007 [-] Lobster still king of Nova Scotia seafood industry
01/05/2007 [-] Fage fallout puts chill on Grit-Tory relations
01/05/2007 [-] Canadian 3-peat at world juniors
01/05/2007 [-] 'Glitch' behind delay in accident probe, police say
01/05/2007 [-] Laura Gainey measures out sail cloth in Grenada in 2005. She died ...
01/05/2007 [-] Filmmaker's slaying shocks Halifax community
01/05/2007 [-] Lobster still king of Nova Scotia seafood industry
01/05/2007 [-] Cape Breton U caught in a web of deceit
01/05/2007 [-] Get the full Fage story, opposition urges premier
01/04/2007 [-] First conductor of Atlantic symphony dies at 92
01/04/2007 [-] Fage's actions questioned after driver leaves accident scene
01/04/2007 [-] Warm weather leads to surge in mouse population
01/04/2007 [-] Get ready to rumble on Highway 104
01/04/2007 [-] Nova Scotia wetlands a mercury 'hotspot' study
01/04/2007 [-] 10 New Waterford men fined in EI scam
01/04/2007 [-] Isolation drills proposed for schools
01/04/2007 [-] Woodlot owners pick beetle over quarantine
01/04/2007 [-] Nova Scotia MPs are first for sitting least
01/04/2007 [-] The bulk of Nova Scotias 75 salmon rivers are closed to angling ...
01/03/2007 [-] Icewine but no snow for skiers
01/03/2007 [-] Widow picks up 1M lottery prize
01/03/2007 [-] ATV sales hit the skids
01/03/2007 [-] Bandit leaves church in the cold
01/03/2007 [-] Anemia disease has devastated fish farms in New Brunswick
01/03/2007 [-] Gusty weather disrupts Marine Atlantic schedule
01/03/2007 [-] Angel connects student hero and bus driver
01/03/2007 [-] New Glasgow man charged with murder
01/03/2007 [-] Fishing vessel runs aground on bank of LaHave River in Nova Scotia
01/02/2007 [-] N.S. justice minister cleared of conflict of interest
01/02/2007 [-] Count of artifacts begins after fort break-in
01/02/2007 [-] Minor storm brings major headaches to Halifax airport
01/02/2007 [-] Man pleads not guilty in death of boy, 6
01/02/2007 [-] Thrill seekers welcome new year with a splash
01/02/2007 [-] Price cut hits Stora pulpwood suppliers
01/02/2007 [-] Woman dead, two arrested in New Glasgow
01/01/2007 [-] Tobeatic leaseholders have 30 days to choose land trade
12/31/2006 [-] Many Nova Scotians Left Out of Post-Christmas Shopping Fun
12/29/2006 [-] Manual brake inspections a grind mechanic
12/29/2006 [-] Halifax high school bans fans from game
12/29/2006 [-] 2 face charges after standoff
12/29/2006 [-] Vendors ready for junk food ban at schools
12/28/2006 [-] Truro hospital lifts ban on visitors
12/28/2006 [-] Few answers in case of alleged assault on senior
12/28/2006 [-] Family of slain bartender questions Legion security
12/28/2006 [-] Man in standoff with police in Dartmouth
12/28/2006 [-] Cape Bretoner renews separation debate
12/28/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Firefighter Dies Responding
12/27/2006 [-] Suspect in N.S. axe attack found dead
12/27/2006 [-] Man charged with Legion murder to remain in custody
12/27/2006 [-] Unwanted snakes get safe haven in N.S.
12/27/2006 [-] Sisters of slain teacher hunt for answers
12/27/2006 [-] Boxing Day a sales frenzy unless you live in Nova Scotia
12/27/2006 [-] Ferry Expected in Nova Scotia Tuesday Night
12/26/2006 [-] Axe attack sends N.S. woman to hospital on Christmas
12/26/2006 [-] NDP Leads, MacDonald Drops in Nova Scotia
12/26/2006 [-] Nick Wright won't reoffer as Nova Scotia Green party leader
12/25/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Green Party leader won't stay at helm
12/25/2006 [-] CBC Nova Scotia News
12/25/2006 [-] Q4 2006 Bank of Nova Scotia Earnings Conference Call/Present
12/24/2006 [-] Canadian blues pioneer Dutch Mason dies
12/24/2006 [-] Nova Scotia man's death suspicious, RCMP say
12/24/2006 [-] Crew members safe after lobster vessel Monster Inc. sinks off Nova Scotia
12/22/2006 [-] Gun violence must stop, community leaders say
12/22/2006 [-] Chester doctors threaten emergency service reduction
12/22/2006 [-] Assault charge follows Parks death
12/22/2006 [-] Maritimers in Alberta seek jobs back home
12/21/2006 [-] Nova Scotia up-and-comer sings praises of Santana
12/21/2006 [-] Beer trade between Quebec and Nova Scotia just got easier
12/21/2006 [-] Kindness begins with a 20 challenge
12/21/2006 [-] Mild winter melts icewine hopes
12/21/2006 [-] Fired school board members ponder lawsuit
12/21/2006 [-] Boy, 16, accused of shooting Sally Ann volunteer
12/20/2006 [-] Ontario man gets four years in prison after Nova Scotia school fire
12/20/2006 [-] Leave asbestos in attics untouched report
12/20/2006 [-] Trucking company lacking high-speed internet worried about new U.S. rules
12/20/2006 [-] Surplus 'razor thin' finance minister
12/20/2006 [-] EI harder to get on Cape Breton
12/20/2006 [-] Shooting victim's mom pleads for witnesses
12/20/2006 [-] School fire nets man 4 years
12/20/2006 [-] Dismissed school board members keep pay
12/19/2006 [-] Bank robber, 61, wanted police to shoot
12/19/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Greens to seek new leader
12/19/2006 [-] Marshall Jr. faces alleged victim in healing circle
12/19/2006 [-] Province dissolves Halifax school board
12/19/2006 [-] TV, film productions brace for strike
12/19/2006 [-] Robber ties up workers, flees with laptops
12/19/2006 [-] Savage rules out Liberal leadership run
12/19/2006 [-] Woman on Nova Scotia ship swept overboard
12/18/2006 [-] Liberals reveal ER closure numbers
12/18/2006 [-] No ebb to westward flow, APEC says
12/18/2006 [-] Cafe, store planned for fossil site
12/18/2006 [-] Suspect you have Norwalk? Stay home
12/18/2006 [-] Volunteers, donations down at North Sydney Sally Ann
12/18/2006 [-] Navy families reunited with warship's return
12/18/2006 [-] Man faces charges after abduction at gunpoint
12/16/2006 [-] Window maker expands; 238 jobs promised
12/16/2006 [-] Flipped garbage truck causes highway death
12/14/2006 [-] Century-old sewer line faces major repair
12/14/2006 [-] Nova Scotia offers drivers fuel efficiency advice
12/14/2006 [-] Scolded school board getting message chair
12/13/2006 [-] Report predicts 6,710 Nova Scotians will be diagnosed in 2020 ...
12/13/2006 [-] Squabbling school board faces dissolution
12/13/2006 [-] Police seek Santa's little pelters
12/13/2006 [-] Two-boat ferry service suggested for Fundy
12/13/2006 [-] NDP biggest loser in N.S. campaign reform bill
12/12/2006 [-] Sears Canada to remain closed on Boxing Day in Nova Scotia
12/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotians dominate nominations...
12/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotians dominate nominations for 2007 East Coast Music Awards
12/12/2006 [-] Sierra Leone Standard Chartered Bank Boosts Nova Scotia HIV Campaign
12/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia man crushed by crane
12/12/2006 [-] Slower operator response possible for internet 911 calls
12/12/2006 [-] N.S. artists lead pack of East Coast Music Award nominees
12/12/2006 [-] Review supports widening of Chebucto Road
12/12/2006 [-] Tory support still sliding poll
12/12/2006 [-] Police get few answers in shooting deaths
12/12/2006 [-] Picton Castle crew vows to search until hope exhausted
12/12/2006 [-] Sierra Leone Standard Chartered Bank Boosts Nova Scotia HIV Campaign
12/11/2006 [-] Virus spreads at Halifax-area hospitals
12/11/2006 [-] New Waterford man vanishes on walk
12/11/2006 [-] Police pick up Glace Bay runaway, 14
12/11/2006 [-] 2 dead in East Preston shootings
12/09/2006 [-] Woman on Nova Scotia ship swept overboard
12/09/2006 [-] Woman swept overboard in mid-Atlantic
12/08/2006 [-] Don't hurry to quarantine woods Taylor tells Ottawa
12/08/2006 [-] Nova Scotia opposition MLAs call for auto rate decreases
12/08/2006 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia quarterly profit rises
12/08/2006 [-] Former Nova Scotia Youth Center...
12/08/2006 [-] 300M golf resort planned for Louisbourg
12/08/2006 [-] Family of slain sailor thankful for support
12/08/2006 [-] Mom makes public appeal for girl to return
12/08/2006 [-] Morse says beetle quarantine up to Ottawa
12/08/2006 [-] One man dead, one in custody
12/07/2006 [-] WWII bomber's unearthing raises questions
12/07/2006 [-] Art room dedicated to slain teacher
12/06/2006 [-] Murderer accused in sex assault to remain in custody
12/06/2006 [-] N.S. private member's bill offers hope for EI changes
12/06/2006 [-] Logger nurses injuries after tree breaks his leg
12/06/2006 [-] Youth programs a priority, Halifax council says
12/06/2006 [-] U.S. cracks down on illegal lobster
12/06/2006 [-] Former MLA appears in court on 91 forgery charges
12/04/2006 [-] Shovels ready? S'no time like now
12/04/2006 [-] Christmas Daddies donations up
12/03/2006 [-] Nova Scotia joins handful of...
12/03/2006 [-] Bank of Nova Scotia, TD round out the week
12/01/2006 [-] What smoke ban? First Nation asks
12/01/2006 [-] Most Nova Scotians aren't, according to a new study
12/01/2006 [-] Nova Scotians rate themselves last on the happiness scale
12/01/2006 [-] Nova Scotia brings in smoking ban in...
12/01/2006 [-] Heritage site needs funding Lunenburg mayor
12/01/2006 [-] NSP, salvage company face charges in worker deaths
12/01/2006 [-] 1 dead in Dartmouth robbery
12/01/2006 [-] Butt out in Nova Scotia
11/30/2006 [-] Nova Scotia bans smoking in public places
11/30/2006 [-] Nova Scotia bans smoking in public places
11/30/2006 [-] 'We don't want boring' Canada Council director says
11/30/2006 [-] Teacher, 67, gets age-discrimination hearing
11/30/2006 [-] Bid to host 2014 Commonwealth Games to cost 14.3M
11/30/2006 [-] Ottawa consolidates Status of Women services
11/30/2006 [-] New technical centre promises 150 jobs
11/30/2006 [-] Brookfield tire burning plan fuels debate
11/30/2006 [-] Nova Scotia rejects pricey cancer drug
11/29/2006 [-] Nova Scotia identifies five cold...
11/28/2006 [-] 4 murders, 1 missing person in 50K reward program
11/28/2006 [-] Province to review special needs education
11/28/2006 [-] Rules for breast reduction surgery too strict critics
11/28/2006 [-] Parrsboro board-game project in doubt mayor
11/27/2006 [-] Scotiabank sees Canadian dollar topping 90 cents U.S. in 2007
11/27/2006 [-] Nova Scotia plan to store natural gas in salt caverns unveiled
11/27/2006 [-] Blaze destroys Marion Bridge centre
11/27/2006 [-] Dumping day begins under watchful eyes
11/26/2006 [-] Berlin Wall sections in Nova Scotia need new home
11/25/2006 [-] Remains of mother of 4 found in Nova Scotia
11/24/2006 [-] Suspect in sex attack appears in court
11/24/2006 [-] Feds announce millions for transit upgrades
11/24/2006 [-] Parties pat themselves on back at N.S. legislature's end
11/23/2006 [-] Remains in N.S. woods are fresh, female police
11/23/2006 [-] Nova Scotia won't help keep terminally ill woman alive
11/23/2006 [-] NDP ends stall tactic over donation bill
11/23/2006 [-] Clergy get basic training on Afghanistan
11/23/2006 [-] Threat of walkout puts hospitals on alert
11/22/2006 [-] Province denies drug coverage to terminally ill Halifax woman
11/22/2006 [-] John Allan Cameron Celtic godfather dies
11/22/2006 [-] Valley board destroying French immersion parents
11/21/2006 [-] Rescuers use bulldozer to save worker
11/21/2006 [-] The Law of Dreams wins Governor General's fiction prize
11/21/2006 [-] Should lottery tickets carry addiction warnings?
11/21/2006 [-] Suspect in fatal stabbing remains in custody
11/21/2006 [-] Facility for adults with disabilities a step backwards parents
11/21/2006 [-] Parties squabble over political donation rules
11/21/2006 [-] Mapping race for ocean riches underway
11/21/2006 [-] Canadian army needs reservists to fill gaps in Afghan mission commander
11/21/2006 [-] Activists Want Protected Swath From Cape Cod To Nova Scotia
11/20/2006 [-] NDP filibusters over election finance bill
11/20/2006 [-] Wedgeport residents fed up with crime wave
11/20/2006 [-] Schoolkids to receive free MedicAlert bracelets
11/20/2006 [-] Search resumes for missing hunter, 85
11/20/2006 [-] Murder suspect granted transfer to federal jail
11/20/2006 [-] Goldboro energy supporters push for jobs
11/18/2006 [-] Nova Scotia government to limit...
11/18/2006 [-] Christmas Tree From Nova Scotia Arrives In Boston
11/18/2006 [-] From a Nova Scotia yard to light up the Common
11/17/2006 [-] New police to tackle family violence
11/17/2006 [-] Admit guilt in writing or be disbarred, society tells lawyer
11/17/2006 [-] Tories propose grant for political parties
11/17/2006 [-] Search underway for missing hunter
11/17/2006 [-] Boy charged after mob converges on home
11/17/2006 [-] Stellarton police chief charged with mischief
11/17/2006 [-] Valley teen not dumped in woods RCMP
11/17/2006 [-] Liberal leadership vote set for April
11/17/2006 [-] Volunteer builders rally around Scotchtown couple
11/17/2006 [-] Nova Scotia government moves to...
11/16/2006 [-] Get water workers up to speed, court orders town
11/16/2006 [-] Background checks now required for port workers
11/16/2006 [-] New Glasgow building evacuated after 4 workers faint
11/16/2006 [-] Mounties prevent vigilante justice
11/16/2006 [-] Gas wholesaler pumps up rural stations as prices rise
11/16/2006 [-] Accounting practices not followed at some Halifax schools audit
11/15/2006 [-] In-Flight Safety And J.P. Cormier Each Win Three Nova Scotia Music Awards
11/15/2006 [-] Globex Acquires Gross Metal Royalty on Zinc-Lead Deposit in Nova Scotia
11/14/2006 [-] Whales might delay start of lobster season
11/14/2006 [-] 2 soldiers killed in crash, 1 charged
11/13/2006 [-] Short-handed auto repair shops eyeing immigrants
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia weeklies launch daily news site
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia backs federal...
11/12/2006 [-] Virus strikes dozens at Nova Scotia university
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia to restrict in-store cigarette displays
11/12/2006 [-] Ferry service linking Nova Scotia and...
11/12/2006 [-] Ferry service linking Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to stay afloat
11/12/2006 [-] Newfoundland pondering second line to Nova Scotia in wake of phone outage
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia tuition cut panned for...
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Conservatives receive...
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Fish, fog, ferries
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia hospital workers reach tentative pension deal
11/12/2006 [-] Strike by thousands of Nova Scotia...
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia prepares to fight Emira’s proposal to ship liquified ...
11/12/2006 [-] NB pipeline proposal worries Nova Scotia
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Music Week To Feature Plaskett, Mays And More
11/12/2006 [-] Four Nova Scotians rescued from...
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia still backs LNG projects
11/12/2006 [-] Nova Scotia fights – reluctantly – for itself
11/10/2006 [-] CUPE hospital workers accept deal
11/10/2006 [-] Norwalk confirmed at Digby hospital
11/10/2006 [-] Entertainment makeover planned for racetrack
11/10/2006 [-] 'Shocking' number of job-seekers lack basic math skills
11/10/2006 [-] Merchant vessel rescues 4 on N.S. sailboat in stormy seas
11/09/2006 [-] NDP wonders why health document edited
11/09/2006 [-] Sailboats in distress in stormy seas
11/09/2006 [-] Officials seek solution to Halifax violence
11/08/2006 [-] Businesses turn to airlines amid Marine Atlantic woes
11/08/2006 [-] War veteran's killer eludes police
11/08/2006 [-] Eiger subsidiary to develop entertainment complex in heart of Sydney, Nova Scotia
11/08/2006 [-] Wedding day for war brides again
11/07/2006 [-] Bus company, strip club owner dies of cancer
11/05/2006 [-] Salty fog cited for Nova Scotia power outages
11/03/2006 [-] Grits propose return of arms-length N.S. arts council
11/03/2006 [-] Justice minister interfered in youth case, NDP charge
11/03/2006 [-] Indian Brook candidate list tops 100
11/03/2006 [-] N.S. hospital strike averted, health minister says
11/02/2006 [-] Graveyard uncovered at Louisbourg fort
11/01/2006 [-] Premier's ex-adviser takes heat for new job
11/01/2006 [-] NSP cancels wind project businessman
11/01/2006 [-] Halloween hooligans in Glace Bay keep police busy
11/01/2006 [-] CUPE hospital workers in N.S. get tentative contract
10/31/2006 [-] Dr. Mabel, Bell's granddaughter, dies
10/31/2006 [-] Accused drunk driver faces new charges
10/31/2006 [-] Search underway at missing woman's home
10/31/2006 [-] Help Wanted signs dot Cape Breton
10/30/2006 [-] Heating rebate program moved up
10/30/2006 [-] Regulator rejects Antigonish merger
10/30/2006 [-] Donations to parties good business Trade Centre
10/30/2006 [-] Minority Tories expect support from Liberals
10/30/2006 [-] Hospital workers push back strike deadline
10/27/2006 [-] Nova Scotia tuition cut panned for excluding out-of-province students
10/27/2006 [-] Tory donations top opposition total
10/27/2006 [-] Nova Scotian students promised tuition cut
10/27/2006 [-] No road for Victoria Cross winner
10/26/2006 [-] Hospital workers reject binding arbitration
10/26/2006 [-] Marine Atlantic ferry loses power, hits wharf
10/26/2006 [-] Critics slam school assistance program
10/26/2006 [-] Farewell Halifax, hello Afghanistan
10/26/2006 [-] Wanted champion for Dartmouth lakes
10/26/2006 [-] VLTs not unbeatable
10/25/2006 [-] Hospital worker demands top 100M d'Entremont
10/25/2006 [-] Sick Filipino makes humanitarian appeal to stay
10/25/2006 [-] RCMP stumped for clues in missing mom case
10/25/2006 [-] Student faces gun possession charge
10/25/2006 [-] LeBlanc inquiry ends with recommendations
10/24/2006 [-] Private health care needs debate d'Entremont
10/24/2006 [-] Student numbers expected to plunge
10/24/2006 [-] Dal prof gets the lead out
10/24/2006 [-] Appeal to build towering Halifax hotel rejected
10/24/2006 [-] Highway safety plan targets rescuers
10/23/2006 [-] Overzealous enforcers ruined rally ATVers
10/23/2006 [-] Capers move east of Ordinary
10/23/2006 [-] Halifax wins 2008 Acadian games
10/23/2006 [-] St. FX on mend from outbreak
10/23/2006 [-] Games factory spurs fight over workers in Parrsboro
10/23/2006 [-] Flames engulf Wolfville restaurant
10/20/2006 [-] Call-centre firm rings up new jobs
10/20/2006 [-] Single boss recommended for air ambulance system
10/20/2006 [-] DFO forced to end fish-for-science barter system
10/20/2006 [-] Anti-smoking fight targets corner stores
10/20/2006 [-] Abstract painter Boucher wins arts prize
10/19/2006 [-] Fish plant lures new market with slime eel
10/19/2006 [-] Nova Scotia ranks low on impaired driving report card
10/19/2006 [-] Lack of continuing-care beds causes overcrowding at Yarmouth hospital
10/19/2006 [-] N.S. considers putting electronics, oil filters on no-trash list
10/19/2006 [-] Universities on alert for virus
10/18/2006 [-] Dummy shares smart message against bullying
10/18/2006 [-] N.S. community services minister ordered to act for teen in care
10/18/2006 [-] Suspected Norwalk virus hits N.S. university
10/17/2006 [-] NSP passing greenhouse costs to you experts
10/17/2006 [-] Mountie faces charges after firing own gun
10/17/2006 [-] Stoffer warns of DFO cuts
10/17/2006 [-] N.S. Liquor Corp. ponders Sunday sales
10/17/2006 [-] Chapel Island band rejects lobster deal
10/16/2006 [-] Goodbye tokens, bridge commission says
10/16/2006 [-] Body ID'd as ex-Marine
10/16/2006 [-] Native fishermen start counting lobsters
10/14/2006 [-] Justin Trudeau says land purchase will protect area of Nova Scotia coastline
10/14/2006 [-] Dooks generates windstorm of controversy
10/14/2006 [-] Valley woman's disappearance stumps police
10/14/2006 [-] 6 honoured for bravery
10/13/2006 [-] Ferry deal hung up on details
10/13/2006 [-] Nova Scotia's economic growth modest, says RBC economics
10/12/2006 [-] Dad gets 2 years for maiming newborn
10/12/2006 [-] Strike threat looms over hospitals
10/11/2006 [-] Parents should pay for kids' crimes Halifax council
10/10/2006 [-] Nova Scotia Power wants nine per cent hike
10/10/2006 [-] Deaths in garage tied to drinking
10/09/2006 [-] Deaths of N.S. trio tied to drinking
10/08/2006 Nova Scotians ease into Sunday shopping
10/08/2006 Nova Scotia opens its doors for Sunday business
10/06/2006 Nova Scotia eyes deposits for offshore kickstart
10/04/2006 Grocers win Sunday shopping battle in N.S.
10/04/2006 Vandals target native lobster traps
09/30/2006 Hurricane Isaac may lash Nova Scotia, N.L.
09/29/2006 Accused vigilantes charged in Cape Breton
09/28/2006 4 men honoured for rescuing crash survivors
09/25/2006 Transatlantic childbirth diverts plane to Halifax
09/22/2006 Sierra Leone Nova Scotia Organizes Clinic for Teachers
09/22/2006 Nova Scotia Organizes Clinic for Teachers
09/18/2006 Malaysia Utama "Not Aware" Of Nova Scotia Bank Bid For RHB
09/12/2006 Bank Of Nova Scotia Gets OK To Open Shanghai Branch
09/11/2006 Cormorant in fatal crash hit water, broke up report
09/11/2006 Halifax hosts Rice on 9/11 anniversary
09/08/2006 Rice to mark 9/11 anniversary in Nova Scotia
09/08/2006 Rice to thank Nova Scotians on 9/11 anniversary
09/08/2006 History made, a dream fulfilled
09/06/2006 Air show rethinks U.S. war plane addition report
09/04/2006 Nova Scotia town's fate hangs on Stora electricity rate hearing
09/02/2006 Dion event in Nova Scotia no dine and dash Liberal organizer
08/29/2006 American Eagle Begins Service Between New York LaGuardia and Halifax, Nova Scotia
08/28/2006 Scotiabank's Commodity Price Index rebounds in July
08/28/2006 Vandals send anti-gentrification message
08/27/2006 New Green Party leader hopes to land seat in home province of Nova Scotia
08/22/2006 Military wraps up chopper crash probe
08/18/2006 Nova Scotia university to receive 4 million to set up health study centre
08/16/2006 Exxon Mobil Faces Charges Over Nova Scotia Spill
08/16/2006 Irish Fest reaching to Nova Scotia
08/16/2006 Nova Scotia reaches for the stars
08/14/2006 MacDonald confirms marital separation
08/09/2006 New citizen criticizes Canada's response to Mideast crisis
08/08/2006 Nova Scotia's 1st shark derby of year draws protesters
08/07/2006 Nova Scotia's 1st shark derby of year draws protesters
08/02/2006 Board of inquiry to investigate Cormorant crash off Nova Scotia
07/31/2006 Town of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, to receive the Prince of Wales Prize
07/31/2006 Nova Scotia getting more windmills
07/30/2006 Sunday shopping issue never dies in Nova Scotia
07/29/2006 Hundreds gather in Halifax to remember Africville
07/25/2006 High-tech dive leads to Atlantic marine find
07/23/2006 Crews mop up oil spill in Halifax harbour
07/21/2006 Fewer people playing VLTs in Nova Scotia
07/21/2006 Weakened tropical storm to drench Nova Scotia
07/20/2006 Navy ships on standby for Mideast mission
07/19/2006 SPCA visit upsets homeless dogowner
07/18/2006 Memorial service to be held for helicopter crash victims
07/14/2006 Cause of chopper crash that killed 3 a mystery crew head
07/14/2006 Military halts training flights after chopper crash
07/13/2006 Keddy Announces Federal Investment of 1.3 Million at Seven Fishing Harbours in Nova Scotia
07/13/2006 Three dead in military helicopter crash off N.S.
07/13/2006 Three dead in chopper crash off Nova Scotia
07/12/2006 Nova Scotia town OK's sale of airport
07/10/2006 Warship returns after leading NATO mission
07/10/2006 16 officers investigate possible homicide in North Sydney
07/07/2006 Nova Scotia considering private-health-care options
07/05/2006 Sobeys moves Sunday shopping battle to court
07/04/2006 No subsidy for Fundy ferry, Nova Scotia premier says
06/30/2006 Gay RCMP officers set to marry in Nova Scotia
06/30/2006 Nova Scotia unveils offshore project
06/30/2006 Gay RCMP officers set to marry in Nova Scotia
06/30/2006 Nova Scotia NDP push for worker protection on Sunday shopping
06/30/2006 Nova Scotia announces benefits and royalty agreement for Deep Panuke
06/30/2006 EnCana revives Nova Scotia's offshore hopes
06/30/2006 EnCana and Nova Scotia establish framework for Deep Panuke natural gas development
06/29/2006 Nova Scotia Plane Crash Blamed on Bad Data
06/29/2006 Nova Scotia Tories pledge economic development, finance reform
06/29/2006 Nova Scotia MLAs to tackle budget
06/29/2006 Crew fatigue cited in 2004 Halifax plane crash
06/28/2006 Nova Scotia revamps Sunday shopping rules
06/28/2006 School's out for 1,000 teachers in Nova Scotia
06/26/2006 Nova Scotia premier names expanded cabinet
06/26/2006 Nova Scotia Premier names cabinet
06/23/2006 Nova Scotia vows Sunday-shopping crackdown
06/23/2006 Nova Scotia vows Sunday-shopping crack down
06/23/2006 Nova Scotia premier to address Sunday shopping issue
06/22/2006 Nova Scotia's economy stays healthy RBC Economics
06/20/2006 Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces Mayann E. Francis as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia
06/20/2006 Paper-mill workers in Nova Scotia accept contract
06/20/2006 Nova Scotia to have first black lieutenant-governor
06/19/2006 Coast guard searches, finds no one off Nova Scotia
06/18/2006 Nova Scotia's big retailers duck Sunday shopping ban
06/18/2006 Coat guard searches, finds no one off Nova Scotia
06/18/2006 Coast guard searches, finds no one off Nova Scotia
06/16/2006 Britons missing off Nova Scotia
06/16/2006 3 rescued off coast of Nova Scotia
06/15/2006 Alberto storm remnants lash Nova Scotia
06/15/2006 Statement by the Prime Minister on the Results of the Nova Scotia Election
06/14/2006 Tories in Nova Scotia win reduced minority
06/13/2006 Nova Scotians put tight rein on Tories
06/13/2006 Nova Scotia Tories win minority
06/13/2006 Polls close in Nova Scotia
06/13/2006 Tories win minority in Nova Scotia election
06/13/2006 Nova Scotia Tories and NDP bracing for close vote
06/13/2006 Nova Scotians voting in provincial election
06/12/2006 Nova Scotia leaders out in force on election eve
06/12/2006 Nova Scotia's Salmon River named 'Hockeyville'
06/11/2006 Canada has voted! Salmon River, Nova Scotia is KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE 2006
06/07/2006 Nova Scotians more likely to die after stroke
06/03/2006 Bondarenkos finally sail home to Nova Scotia
06/01/2006 Informative Technology New Web Portal ITNovaScotia Focuses Exclusively on Nova Scotia?s High Tech Success
05/24/2006 Lightbridge closes Nova Scotia call center
05/20/2006 Nova Scotia parties trying to appear pro-green
05/20/2006 Nova Scotia parties trying to appear pro-green
05/17/2006 Nova Scotia votes
05/16/2006 Natural gas conduit from Nova Scotia to Maine proposed
05/13/2006 Nova Scotia to hold June 13 elections
05/13/2006 Nova Scotia vote called for June 13
05/13/2006 Nova Scotia election called