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An investigation is underway after a cargo ship lost power off the southwest coast of Newfoundland and ran aground Saturday.
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The Sault Community Career Centre's Duane Moleni, one of the key organizers behind Sault Ste.
Halifax's Propeller Brewing is just under the wire in releasing a pleasing Irish-inspired red ale for St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
Painfully funny. Put a cap on the work week with some funny horror comedy all about the job market.
Nova Scotia's tourism figures dipped last year with about 1.8 million overnight visitors, down about three per cent from 2012.
Backstreet Boys revealed some news on today's Good Morning America that's bound to change summer vacation plans for their fans.
Atlantic Fringe Festival hit Department of Common Sense returns for a three-day run, Friday to Sunday at the Bus Stop Theatre, 2203 Gottingen St., Halifax.
A student raises a hand to answer a question in a classroom at St. Catherine's School in Halifax on Sept.
The 24th Street Wailers, a Canadian blues band founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and based in Toronto, Ontario, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Uncle Bo's, the blues nightspot on the lower level of the Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, 420 S.E. 6th.
Joyce Carter has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of Halifax International Airport Authority , effective March 11, 2014.
As one of Windsor's half dozen music therapy professionals, Gardiner works long hours each week bringing the healing powers of music to the elderly, infirm and people with disabilities.
The first New Glasgow Cadet Corps was organized in 1909. At this time, the Corps consisted of only high school boys, like Hugh MacPherson, who won the first prize as best shot in the Cadet Corps of the Dominion.
Salem Maritime National Historic Site and the History Department at Salem State University will co-host a free evening lecture by Dr. Jacob Remes on Thursday, March 27, at the Salem Visitor Center from7:30 to 9 p.m. Dr. Remes is an assistant professor of public affairs and history at SUNY Empire State College, in the Brooklyn Unit of the ... (more)
Writer, gardener, husband, father, museum founder. Born on Oct. 18, 1928, in East Chezzetcook, N.S.; died on Sept.
Food Wolf owner Natalie Chavarie is looking forward to cooking on the streets again this spring: 'By their transient nature, food trucks create unexpected encounters for people and cause them to look at things differently.'