Colchester: Baseball, roadworks and fun at Dal
Bible Hill Esso to temporarily close while operations move into new building
LifeFlight transports female cyclist to Halifax following collision with vehicle in North ...
Video - Dal AC Community Day celebrated in Bible Hill
Quick-thinking New Waterford teen saves brother from choking
Maitland woman battling cancer thrilled by community support
Be patient, town urges drivers as roadworks continue around Truro
The Vapour Trail opens in Bible Hill and Amherst
U18 Bearcats earn berth at national baseball championship
Nova Scotia sees spike in newly diagnosed HIV cases: health authority
Cape Breton woman beats Lyme disease
Court hears from convicted killer Nicholas Butcher's former girlfriends
Hilden woman receives national humane award
Scathing suicide inquiry finds gaps, shortcomings at Royal Military College
Dangerous offender assessment ordered for Halifax man who challenged Crown attorney to a fight while in court
Opening ceremony for Down Syndrome World Swimming Championships in Truro
Hundreds of athletes and their supporters from 25 countries crowded into Truro's Civic Square on July 20 for the opening ceremony of the Down Syndrome World Swimming Championships in Truro. Swimmers came from as far away as Britain, Argentina ...
Nerve agent victim released from UK hospital after poisoning
LONDON — Nerve agent victim Charlie Rowley has been released from the hospital after three weeks of treatment since being poisoned, U.K. officials said Friday. Lorna Wilkinson, the director of nursing at Salisbury District Hospital, said Rowley, 45, ...
Trump was taped talking of paying for Playboy model's story
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer secretly recorded Trump discussing a potential payment for a former Playboy model's account of having an affair with him, people familiar with an investigation into the attorney said on ...
Spooked horses bring quick, jarring end to evening wagon ride in Saskatchewan
ESTERHAZY, Sask. — Several people have been injured in a bizarre accident in Saskatchewan involving a horse-drawn wagon. RCMP say about 20 youths were in the wagon that was being pulled by two horses on a rural road Thursday night, ...
Indigenous cross-country motorcycle journey brings attention to Indian day schools
WINNIPEG — Four motorcycles roared out of Winnipeg on Friday at the start of a journey across the West to draw attention to the plight of former Indian day school students. Indigenous lawyer and activist Joan Jack led ...
'I can do great things': Toronto refugees and asylum seekers want voices heard
TORONTO — Inside a large brick home in midtown Toronto, people pore over documents needed to file refugee claims, discuss the legal aid system, and work through the challenges of finding housing. The FCJ Refugee Centre is a place where those ...
Nova Scotia government adds HIV prevention drug to pharmacare program
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government said Friday that it will add a drug that helps prevent HIV to the provincial pharmacare program, though some activists are still calling on the province to provide universal ...
Mother charged in death of 2-year-old son
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A woman has been charged with manslaughter in the beating and shaking death of her 2-year-old son, days after her boyfriend was in a Buffalo court on the same charge. Keona Owens was arraigned in Buffalo City Court Friday. Like her ...
Statue honouring Chris Cornell to be erected in Seattle
SEATTLE — The late grunge pioneer Chris Cornell will be remembered in the city where he was born. Cornell's wife on Friday announced a statue will be erected Aug. 29 at Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture. The announcement comes on what would have been ...
Ottawa announces $26M for noise reduction research to help right whales
HALIFAX — Sound-seeking gliders will cruise the habitats of North Atlantic right whales in a bid to capture their calls and learn more about how noises in the ocean may affect the health of the endangered species. The federal government said Friday ...