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The Workers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia has apologized to an injured worker and paid him back pay after ignoring the decision of an independent tribunal that ruled in his favour almost one year ago, after he recently told his story to CBC…
07.24 / 00:52
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The fourth of six shows in the 2017 Granville Green summer concert series is Sunday night. It's the 24th year for the Read…
07.23 / 22:15
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Lifeguards administered oxygen, a defibrillator and CPR, but were unable to save…
07.23 / 19:42
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An event being held next month in Grand Pré, N.S., to celebrate the historical ties between the Mi'kmaq and Acadians is taking heat over a decision to contract the work to build 15 teepees to a company that's not …
07.23 / 19:02
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The 20-year-old pro golfer has connections to Nova Scotia and started the day tied for third place, but has since dropped out of the Top…
07.23 / 15:52
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Ever get a hankering to tickle the ivories while strolling downtown? In Sydney, N.S., now you can do just…
07.23 / 11:22
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Both of Father James Mallon's grandfathers fought in the Battle of Dunkirk in the spring of 1940. On Saturday, he brought 13 family members to watch the new film based on the…
07.23 / 10:23
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An Antigonish County man had his license suspended for seven days and his vehicle was seized after he was charged with Stunting. RCMP Read…
07.22 / 22:06
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Among those in the parade was Prime Minister Justin…
07.22 / 20:33
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A local student association is taking issue with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marching in the 30th annual Halifax Pride parade, which drew a huge crowd of revellers to the city's downtown on Saturday…
07.22 / 19:53
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The 30th annual Halifax Pride parade attracted a huge crowd this year, in part because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marched in…
07.22 / 18:18
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Austin Connelly, 20, has dual Canadian-U.S. citizenship and sits at 3-under par for the tournament after 13 holes of play on Saturday, good enough for a tie for sixth…
07.22 / 17:31
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The 30th annual Halifax Pride parade is expecting a huge crowd this year, in part because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be marching in…
07.22 / 16:08
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Officials at a medium-security prison in Nova Scotia say the facility is no longer under a days-long lockdown that was triggered after an incident involving 19…
07.22 / 15:47
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Organizers anticipate this year's parade will have strong numbers because of the sunny forecast and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau taking…
07.22 / 14:25
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As thousands of young female soccer players descend on the Annapolis Valley for the Gunn Baldursson Tournament, organizers of the 30th annual event are working around the clock to make this year's event extra…
07.22 / 14:04
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As thousands of young female soccer players descend on the Annapolis Valley for the Gunn Baldursson Tournament, organizers of the 30th annual event are working around the clock to make this year's event extra…
07.22 / 11:20
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Food scientists are exploring ways to turn the European green crab into a lucrative commercial…
07.22 / 10:39
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It could be two weeks before foul odours from a sewage lagoon in Windsor, N.S., can be completely…
07.22 / 10:19
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This past weekend saw another demonstration in Cornwallis Park to remove the statue of Halifax founder and all-around shitheel Edward Cornwallis. The statue remains, which is a disappointment, but the dialogue continues. Bear in mind, however, that even New Orleans, the biggest city in one of the most pro-slavery states has finally removed statues of Confederate …
07.22 / 03:05
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