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Besides serious injuries stemming from a cycling crash where she said she was clipped by a truck on a rural road in Antigonish County, N.S., Anne Cameron also recently learned the case against the driver was thrown out due to a technicality.
Dana Robinson and Lester Martell, who both have health issues, are challenging federal fisheries rules that cap the number of years they can hire a replacement to catch lobster under their licences.
The work is part of a $3-billion Parks Canada plan to upgrade outdated facilities at national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas across the country.
A Nova Scotia woman has received a double lung transplant just months after she thought the financial burden of the procedure would force her into palliative care.
A senior government official told a Nova Scotia legislature committee the McNeil government is working on fracking regulations, but there's no timeline in place.
The first day of trial of an Ontario man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl heard from an RCMP computer expert on Tuesday in Halifax provincial court.
Dalhousie students interested in family medicine will have to wait until the fall to visit Cape Breton after the Nova Scotia Health Authority dropped the ball on an event that was supposed to happen this month.
Nova Scotia Environment Minister Margaret Miller and her department have outlined the information required from Northern Pulp before the company’s proposed effluent treatment plant could be considered for approval.
After May 14, random number generators will be used to pick the winning numbers for Lotto Max and Lotto 649.
The mother of a Halifax man who died while in a Halifax Regional Police cell says she's happy the Nova Scotia Police Review Board adjourned her appeal into the way the force disciplined the three arresting officers.
While streaming is a way for artists to get their music to the masses, the live show is what musicians are relying on to earn an income.
Even though the spring session of the House of Assembly is over, one of the most important phases of the Nova Scotia political cycle is happening now.
The suspect allegedly attacked Bruce Allen of Dartmouth, N.S., with a knife in a vacation apartment in the small beach city of Progreso, state prosecutors say.
Local resident Andre Bourgeois stumbled upon the man-made hole while out walking his dog last week. It turns out it was to be used for materials dredged from Chéticamp harbour.
A new study of lake sediment samples dating back over 200 years has shown a rise in mercury and some metal levels.
Philip Bennett broke the rules in his apartment building by smoking and vaping his medical marijuana on his balcony, now he's being kicked out. Because he has little money and needs a place that's wheelchair accessible he hasn't been able to find a new home.
An 88-year-old Nova Scotia woman who seldom used her cellphone is trying to recover money from Bell, after automatic debits to pay for the service added up to a credit of close to $1,000.