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Local resident doctors fundraising for tablets in hospital to connect patients with loved ones
Man killed in HRM workplace incident remembered for passion for driving big rigs
Nova Scotia reports one new case of COVID-19 Saturday
Porters Lake evacuation order lifted
27-hectare forest fire in Chester Grant '100 per cent contained'
Sajjan says air force members eager to resume duties following tragic crashes
The loss of seven members of the Canadian Armed Forces in the span of just a few weeks is virtually unprecedented in peacetime. But that’s exactly what has left the Canadian military — by all accounts, a tight-knit organization — ...
Canadian military personnel to get hazard pay for COVID-19 work but details still to be ironed out
The Canadian military is looking at hazard pay for personnel working in long-term care homes during the novel coronavirus pandemic but still doesn’t know when that might happen. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed May 15 that the Canadian ...
Hurricane centre expects an 'active' Atlantic storm season this year
The Canadian Hurricane Centre is predicting an active storm season this year, with a projection of between 13 and 19 named storms of tropical storm strength. Bob Robichaud, Warning Preparedness Meteorologist with the centre, said projections ...
'Here to do God’s work:' Nursing career begins for P.E.I. woman who survived 2011 Alberta shooting that claimed three lives
Shayna Conway’s faith was shattered almost a decade ago when a gunman killed three of her close friends and nearly ended her life. In the wake of the tragedy that claimed the lives of Alberta native Tabitha Stepple and Island ballplayers ...
'Formidable' 21-year Nova Scotia Conflict of Interest Commissioner Merlin Nunn 'has gently passed away'
Retired Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice and former provincial Conflict of Interest Commissioner D. Merlin Nunn has died at the age of 89. The family shared the news of his death in Halifax in a release issued on Friday. “We are ...
Port Morien anniversary events, Davis Day ceremony cancelled
A day of remembrance for Cape Breton coal miners and a celebration recognizing the Port Morien area’s coal-mining past are the latest plans to be derailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Port Morien Development Association had planned to ...
Meet Cape Breton's newest millionaire
Sydney resident Scott MacDonald can be excused if he suddenly breaks out into his happy dance. “I just want to do my happy dance for the rest of my life,” said MacDonald, who has one million reasons to do a little jig. MacDonald was ...
Drugs, cash seized from North Bedeque, P.E.I. residence
A 61-year-old Prince County man was arrested and charged with drug trafficking Thursday after the Prince District Joint Force Operations (JFO) executed a search warrant. On May 21, police entered a residence in North Bedeque and seized more ...
Decomposed remains of dead whale removed from Cape Breton beach
John McDonald, co-owner of Paul McDonald Trucking and Backhoe Ltd. in Birch Grove, uses an excavator to remove the decomposed remains of a beached whale for the Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forestry. The whale has been on Dominion Beach ...
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King said RCMP was called to his home after visit from neighbour
Premier Dennis King says the RCMP were called after a neighbour went to his house and made comments his wife took as a threat. During a news conference Friday about the coronavirus, King revealed that police were called in response to a media ...