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Some businesses and volunteers in Cape Breton have banded together to ensure students graduating from at least four high schools will have a prom.
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Residents of Hantsport have been stocking their freezers with two-litre milk cartons full of water dyed with food colouring that will be used to build an iridescent igloo for the town’s winter carnival.
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Amie Cunningham expects about 40 customers will gather together Saturday in Washington, put on their 'I See You' bras and take to the streets.
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Ethel Wood, a housebound senior, was watching TV in her bedroom just metres from where an furnace oil truck crashed into her north-end Halifax home Tuesday afternoon.
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Shell's decision to seal two exploration wells off Nova Scotia has set back the province's dream of offshore riches, but analysts say it's early days in what may prove to be a complex geological hunt.
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Halifax's children's hospital is transforming one of its auditoriums into a movie theatre for patients and their families.
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The head of the agency that funds film and television production in Nova Scotia says the industry has bounced back from the elimination of the film tax credit.
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Sarah Jane Allt, 36, who has pleaded guilty to a sex charge involving a teenage, is in trouble with the law again.
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Dale Keefe, the interim president of Cape Breton University, says he's hopeful a deal can be reached to avoid a walkout by faculty, which could come as early as Monday.
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The civilian board that’s supposed to provide oversight of police forces in the Halifax area isn’t able to do its job and needs to be changed, say two former board members.
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The Town of Stellarton, N.S., is urging Health Canada to quickly approve a proposed medical marijuana production facility in the community, an enterprise the mayor says would bring much-needed jobs to the area.
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The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is holding 11 public consultation sessions on the possibility of using tolls to pay to twin eight sections of major Nova Scotia highways.
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When Remy Bradley contacted his bank to report losing $3,000 in a phishing scam, the Nova Scotia university student thought he would be protected from further loss. So the 19-year-old was shocked to discover another $3,000 missing from his account the following day.
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A roster of orthodontists across Canada are eagerly offering pro bono services for children whose families can't afford the expensive dental work, but they're missing one big thing: the kids themselves.