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32 min ago | CBC News
A Nova Scotia woman with a terminally ill dog wants to make her best friend's final days extra special.
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2 hrs ago | The Windsor Star
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.
6 hrs ago | Northern Life
11 hrs ago | CBC News
A late winter storm is battering the Maritime provinces today, resulting in closed schools, hazardous driving conditions and scattered power outages.
11 hrs ago | CBC News
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)
Welder Berry Babineau works on snow melting equipmet being fabricated at Trecan Combustion in Hubley on Wednesday.
Cape Rouge sank in the LaHave River near Bridgewater on Tuesday evening. Divers with a Dartmouth marine services firm attached a hose to the ship's fuel tank late Wednesday morning.
Residents have long complained about the narrow lanes and shoulders. Several blind crests also make driving difficult, especially for cyclists, and it regularly sees collisions.
Last June, when Van Bernard performed with his music therapy teacher, Tom Curry, at the Walk for Muscular Dystrophy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the 6-year-old blew his audience away as he sang "Ho Hey" by the Lumineers.
Horses munch on hay during a winter storm in Cow Bay, N.S. on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014.
An elderly woman was rescued from a Dartmouth house fire Tuesday night, but the family dog didn't make it.
An Upper Hammonds Plains woman facing more than 30 charges for prostituting girls will remain in jail for at least another two weeks.
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.'
Michael Gerard Cooper, shown at court last week in Halifax, pleaded guilty Tuesday to breaching a peace bond by failing to observe a curfew and was sentenced to 30 days in jail.
A 30-year-old man is accused of theft after a stolen flat-screen television wound up in the men's washroom at a Halifax bowling alley.
In a country the size of Canada, stereotypes are hard to avoid. They're a shortcut to identity, an easy way of distinguishing people in one place from another.