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It was supposed to be a date Sunday night on the Halifax waterfront. Instead, police say it turned into a robbery, a hit-and-run and an attempted murder, leading to charges against four people.
Nova Scotia's proposed cap and trade regime must have declining emissions caps in order to be effective, the legislature's law amendments committee was told Monday.
A group of legal and social justice advocates are meeting this month for the first time to discuss human rights issues faced by prisoners in Nova Scotia's provincial and federal prisons.
A former Manitoba soldier has transformed his vehicle into a rolling memorial for two Canadian soldiers who died in Afghanistan. But he's also hoping it will serve as a beacon of hope for people like him who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Nova Scotia law dictates that trucks carrying certain goods have dangerous goods placards. But sometimes those signs are missing or are wrong.
Under the current rules, the pregnant Kings County deputy mayor could only have an unexplained absence for three consecutive meetings.
Highway expected to reopen around midnight, RCMP say
John Dunsworth, a Nova Scotia actor best known as the irreverent trailer park supervisor Jim Lahey, has died at the age of 71.
Fishermen say Ottawa has not been clear about what a potential marine protected area will mean in fishing grounds.
Dalhousie University is holding a meeting Tuesday night to hear concerns from people who live along the streets where thousands of students partied Saturday during the school's homecoming celebrations.
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