Public engagement key to community health plans
School board foul
A visit to Ottawa to see Sid the Kid
Homelessness needs to be a priority now, not after next election
Baillie stepping down as Nova Scotia PC Leader
Visitation up dramatically at Fort Beausejour
Amherst Fire Department remembers fallen first responders
Business Navigators help startups cut red tape
Amherst Legion leading annual Poppy Campaign
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Man pleads guilty to driving without due care, attention in connection with Memramcook crash that claimed life of RCMP officer
Wife of missing Upper Cape man not giving up hope
Driver charged in connection with crash that claimed the life of RCMP officer in Memramcook
Indigenous rights activist Delilah Saunders denied liver transplant
UPDATE - New Brunswick RCMP launch homicide investigation after dead body found in East Uniacke
In Good Company - Cornwallis Park’s Alex Morrison honoured in book ‘Profiles of Humanitarian Courage’
Yarmouth’s Baby Millie celebrates a year of life
YARMOUTH, N.S. – She’s just turning one, but Baby Millie has already taught many the power of hope and prayers. A legion of supporters have been cheering her determination to survive since her first operation for a congenital heart ...
Human remains found in East Uniacke
The East Hants District RCMP responded to a call of found human remains on Dec. 2, 2017 at 9:36 a.m. ...
Mi’kmaq Grand Council Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy dies at age 76
The Mi’kmaq nation in Cape Breton and beyond is in mourning following the death of its spiritual leader and head of state. ...
Safe opening day to lobster season off southwestern N.S.; some calls for assistance on Day 2
SOUTHWESTERN N.S. – Dumping day, the most risky day of the six-month lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia, was reported to have been a safe day with no incidents occurring. But day two of the season has not been incident free while ...
Hebron celebrates first oil production
At 11:03 a.m. on Monday, first oil was pumped at the $14 billion platform 350 kilometres southeast of Newfoundland. ExxonMobil Canada president Carmen Mullins was joined by executive members of the Hebron team and venture partners from Chevron, ...
Mud Lake residents file class action over Churchill River flooding
A proposed class action filed against Nalcor Energy and the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador alleges the Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric project caused the flooding that led the emergency evacuation of Mud Lake area and subsequent damage to ...
DUMPING DAY DELAYED: Forecasted winds cancel Nov. 27 start of lobster season
The opening of the lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia has been delayed due to the forecasted high winds. The season, which was to have started on Monday, Nov. 27, with dumping day, will only start Tuesday at the earliest. A decision ...
'Bizarre' Berwick cold case: Lyndon Fuller’s family still searching 29 years later
BERWICK, N.S. - Earle Fuller still drives the 1988 Chevy Silverado truck his son bought brand new. Betty Fuller regularly reflects on the bewildering events from the evening their son went missing. And private investigator Craig ...
Warwick Mountains eyed for the gold potential
WARWICK MOUNTAIN, N.S. Geological mapping of the Cobequid Mountains in recent years is offering a promising glimmer of treasure contained within the rocks below. “One thing we identified up in there is the potential for gold ...
Kings North MLA John Lohr considering run for provincial PC party leadership
He hasn’t made a final decision but Kings North MLA John Lohr is “seriously considering” throwing his hat in the ring for the provincial PC leadership ...