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A Sydney, N.S., building that underwent almost $400,000 in renovations before the Thanksgiving 2016 flood is being torn down Wednesday because it sustained extensive water damage during the…
01.18 / 11:40
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Federal scientists are exploring connections between a warming Atlantic ocean and record lobster landings off southwestern Nova Scotia and in the Bay of…
01.18 / 11:39
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When Remy Bradley contacted his bank to report losing $3,000 in a phishing scam, the Nova Scotia university student though he would be protected from further loss. So the 19-year-old was shocked to discover another $3,000 missing from his account the following…
01.18 / 10:18
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The Halifax Typographical Union and managers at the Chronicle Herald are heading back to the bargaining table, just in time for the one-year anniversary of the newspaper’s strike. 
In light of the upcoming talks, a five-day hearing for an unfair labour complaint put forth by the union has now been adjourned until February…
01.18 / 04:06
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A Nova Scotia woman is fighting to protect her dramatic weight loss story and images from social media exploitation.…
01.18 / 00:01
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The cancellation of two major sporting events in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality this winter could lead to hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost business, said the Sydney and Area Chamber of…
01.17 / 22:08
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After almost a year on strike, there may be light at the end of the tunnel for journalists at the Chronicle…
01.17 / 21:27
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A fake drug deal involving a small bag of cat hair and spices may have been the cause of a violent home invasion that left three people wounded, including one young woman who was paralyzed from the chest…
01.17 / 21:07
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A Nova Scotian woman who was able to have family sleepovers in her hospital room with her toddler and husband while on bedrest, is celebrating a movement to encourage more Canadian hospitals to switch to 24/7 visiting…
01.17 / 17:23
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The case of two men charged with several offences following a dispute in Inverness Co. has opened in court. Police say they Read…
01.17 / 16:44
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A suspect charged with unlawful confinement following a Richmond Co. incident has had his case adjourned. Thirty-year-old Justin Daniel MacLeod has pleaded Read…
01.17 / 16:43
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This is Bruce Heyman's final week as U.S. ambassador to Canada. He's been in the role since 2014, travelling the country with his wife,…
01.17 / 15:42
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A Halifax developer whose development plans for the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes area were turned down by the city last year says it plans to sue the city for $119…
01.17 / 14:41
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While thousands of people poured into the Dartmouth Sportsplex to see Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday night, hundreds more were outside…
01.17 / 12:19
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Losing a local basketball tournament will be a blow to the economy of New Waterford, N.S., local businesses…
01.17 / 10:39
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A project engineer with the province's Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal says workers are trying to safeguard the Canso Causeway from…
01.17 / 10:37
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Sisters Sondra and Kayla Medley were elementary school students at Bell Park Academic Centre when they each took home a Peace award 17 years ago. They say that recognition helped them achieve their goals in…
01.17 / 01:28
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to CBC Mainstreet host Bob Murphy on Monday afternoon, shortly before hosting an event at the Dartmouth Sportsplex. He spoke about that family vacation on a private island, soldiers, prescription medication and income inequality. Here are his answers, edited for length and…
01.17 / 00:27
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Thousands of Nova Scotians from all walks of life have gathered at a town hall meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Dartmouth…
01.16 / 23:07
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Labrador fisherman Kirby Elson says he's changed his mind again and will pursue his legal challenge of decades-old fisheries rules after…
01.16 / 21:46
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