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When congregation numbers tend to dwindle amid summer vacations and cottage trips, St. Ann's Bay United Church on the Bras d'Or Lakes is seeing more people in the pews.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is working with a half dozen agencies to determine why at least six endangered right whales died recently in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
For the next three weeks, workers with paint brushes will be perched on six transmission towers to apply a coating designed to prevent corrosion.
In 1923, the government of Canada passed a law that effectively banned all Chinese immigration to the country. Two members of the Chinese community in Halifax speak out about how that law affected their families.
A 22-year-old woman from Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley who waited in vain for six hours to testify in court against her ex-partner says the justice system is failing victims of domestic violence.
A Nova Scotia man whose son died days after he was found unresponsive in a jail cell last year is disputing the findings of a provincial review into the death.
The federal minister of Fisheries and Oceans Canada has responded publicly for the first time to Nova Scotia's formal request to him that Ottawa stop setting aside any more marine protected areas off its coast.
The Liberal government's plan plan to buy an off-the-shelf design in the $60-billion navy frigate replacement program faces "a high risk failure" unless the tender is rewritten, according to a submission by one of bidders in the design competition.
A man in his 30s was in the area of Victoria Road and Nantucket Avenue on Friday when he was approached by a group of youths who asked if he had money, cigarettes, or marijuana.
North Sydney's fire chief is proposing young people could seek refuge at their local fire station in a crisis.
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