Soul’s Harbour Rescue Mission opening in Truro
Chase the Ace lottery dispute settled between aunt and nephew
‘Why do men think it's OK to buy these girls?’
Video: Zombie Walk returning to Truro in October
Accused in killing of Halifax teen denies getting tire reamer as weapon
New Glasgow man fined for bizarre break-in
Wayward Cats accepting books for October sale
Locals rally in support of Truro rape survivor
Nova Scotia women warn others of life-threatening infection by sharing personal ...
Halifax researchers tag great white shark in Atlantic Canada for first time
North Kentville sex offender says he's been 'severely' beaten at Burnside jail
Human trafficking: 50 charges laid across Nova Scotia in 2017
Nova Scotia women warn others of life-threatening infection by sharing personal stories
Colchester-East Hants Library warns of overdue book scam
Three people charged in connection with Yarmouth County robbery
Saskatchewan family reunited with dog that went missing in July 2017
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A family in Moose Jaw, Sask., is overjoyed now that their pet dog is home after going missing more than a year ago almost 500 kilometres away. Brennen Duncan says the last time anyone saw Georgia before she ...
Rape trial starts of man at centre of Nobel scandal
COPENHAGEN — The trial has opened of the man at the centre of a sex-abuse and financial crimes scandal that is tarnishing the academy that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature. Jean-Claude Arnault, a major cultural figure in Sweden, faces two counts ...
Manslaughter conviction nets Glace Bay man 15-year jail sentence
SYDNEY, N.S. — A 51-year-old Glace Bay man was sentenced Tuesday to a 15-year federal jail sentence after pleading guilty to a charge of manslaughter in connection with the 2006 death of an 82-year-old war veteran. Raymond Glenn Farrow ...
Rocker Bryan Adams calls for changes to Canada's copyright laws to help artists
OTTAWA — Eighteen Till I Die? How about waiting until 25 years after you die? That's how long it takes under Canada's copyright laws for artists to regain the rights to the material they produce, internationally renowned Canadian ...
Federal stats show slight increase in irregular migrant claims in August
OTTAWA — The number of irregular border crossers seeking asylum in Canada increased slightly in August, but were far below the record spikes seen last summer. Statistics published Tuesday by the federal government shows the Mounties ...
New Brunswick legislature needs strong women, New Democratic Party leader says
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New Brunswick's NDP leader says a female leader and strong women MLAs are needed in the legislature to uphold promises made to women during the provincial election campaign. Jennifer McKenzie says politicians make promises for ...
Nova Scotia to tighten funeral home regulations after wrong woman cremated in Berwick
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia has introduced legislation to make the funeral home industry more accountable, following a bizarre mix-up of two women's bodies that resulted in the mistaken cremation of one and the embalming of the other. Sandra ...
Quebec provincial police create squad to crack down on contraband cannabis
MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police say they'll continue to crack down on the illegal production of cannabis as consumption is set to become legal across the country in less than a month. The force announced a new unit Tuesday that ...
UPDATED: Fishermen block entrance to Donkin Mine
DONKIN, N.S. — Angry fishermen say a blockade at the entrance to the Donkin Mine Tuesday was just the beginning if something isn’t done about the mine’s plans to ruin their industry. “We need immediate action on issues or ...
Defecting MP not a sign of wider unrest in Liberal ranks, politicians say
OTTAWA — Liberal MPs put on a show of unity one day after the defection of a Toronto-area MP to the Tories, saying Leona Alleslev's decision is not a sign of wider unrest in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's caucus. Trudeau and his cabinet ministers ...