Athletes celebrate their French heritage at Truro tourney
Acadian Games kick off in Truro
Colchester: A mural, healthy change, oversight and an earless cat
Ministerial oversight for Truro's emergency communications centre
A familiar face leaves Truro Raceway
Two Bible Hill village commissioners re-elected
Bible Hill mother who lost son to brain tumour hopes new registry can ...
Truro’s Ohealthy Market has a new owner
Eye-catching mural added to Tatamagouche Odd Fellows Hall
NL VOTES: Liberals win, and lose, Newfoundland and Labrador election
Dalhousie University goes Down Under for new president
Police recover body from Cornwallis River in New Minas
Human remains recovered from Cornwallis River in New Minas
'We were just so deflated': New Glasgow homeless shelter frustrated with red tape around charitable status application
Witnesses help police find suspects in alleged impaired driving crash near Greenwood
Apartment building fire in Dartmouth deliberately set, police say
A fire that extensively damaged an apartment building in Dartmouth on Thursday morning was intentionally set, police say. Police and firefighters responded to the 30 block of Lakefront Road at 3:47 a.m. after callers reported seeing smoke ...
Judge asks P.E.I. woman who drove despite court orders what it will take to keep her off the road
A P.E.I. woman who was on two court orders not to drive and had a suspended licence for unpaid fines when the police pulled her over was sentenced recently to 45 days in jail. Rose Marie Roberts, 62, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in ...
Judge declares mistrial in sex crimes case of former Kentville tennis instructor
A Kentville Supreme Court judge has declared a mistrial in a sex crimes case against a former tennis instructor. A new trial has been scheduled for September for 28-year-old Aaron Byron Cumberland, who is charged with internet luring, invitation ...
‘Not backing down’: Heritage Collegiate school council concerned with teacher allocations for next year
The school council for Heritage Collegiate in Lethbridge is responding with outrage to the recent teaching unit allocation numbers for the next school year. Finding out on May 6 the school will have one teaching position in a “hold ...
Discovery Aspiring Geopark holds public information sessions ahead of site visit
The public needn’t fear any changes or regulations coming to the Bonavista Peninsula area if the Discovery Aspiring Geopark Inc. (DAGI) becomes certified as a UNESCO Global Geopark — because there won’t be any. In a series of ...
No arsonist on the loose: Windsor, Wolfville, Hantsport fire chiefs address community concerns over spring calls
Although rumours have been circulating about some of the recent fires, there's no need to be alarmed, local fire chiefs say. ...
Bridgewater wins $5-million Smart Cities energy efficiency challenge
For months, staff at the Town of Bridgewater worked to craft a plan to lift their residents out of energy poverty. On Tuesday, at a presentation in Ottawa, they found out they will realize that vision sooner than expected: Bridgewater is one ...
PICTOU COUNTY COLD CASE: Who killed Kevin Martin?
Sometimes, Bonnie Thomas watches a court case come to conclusion on television and hears the family of a murder victim testify that they forgive their loved one’s killer. She swears she couldn’t do it. Certainly not for the ...
Ex-Halifax Transit mechanic, wife awarded $600,000 in discrimination case
Halifax Regional Municipality has been ordered to pay a former Halifax Transit mechanic, who was racially discriminated against, almost $600,000 in damages — the largest amount to be awarded in a Nova Scotia human rights case. Lynn Connors, ...
RCMP seeking help to find missing Nine Mile River man- Update: Found
Hants East RCMP is asking for the public's help in locating 19-year-old John Edmund Briand of Nine Mile River. Briand was last seen on May 13, around 7:30 p.m., in Milford. He is described as a white, 6-foot-4 male ...