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The annual Halifax International Busker Festival will bring the usual magicians, dancers, contortionists and fire-eaters of all kinds to the waterfront this weekend, but for the first time a Ferris wheel and other rides will be lighting up the night.
Four days of Canadian compost tours, presentations and tradeshows are nearly upon us, as the 24th Annual National Compost Conference returns in September 2014 to beautiful East Coast Canada in Halifax.
Fire stations in six rural areas of the Halifax Regional Municipality will rely solely upon volunteers until late fall as the emergency service juggles manpower to fill gaps left by vacations, The Chronicle Herald has learned.
When I started working for National Fisherman , I lived about an hour south, and gas prices were going where they've never gone before.
With our population in Nova Scotia aging, keeping our senses sharp becomes more important.
If you see this pile of junk on the side of the road, think twice before speeding by.
Dr. Sheela Bhattacharyya enjoys the long-term role a primary care physician plays in keeping patients healthy.
On Tuesday, Students Against Israeli Apartheid; Canadians, Arabs, and Jews for a Just Peace; and Independent Jewish Voices will lead a rally at the Public Gardens, before marching down to the American Consulate on Upper Water Street.
Low 17. High 22. Friday, cloudy. Low 14. High 24. Saturday, a mix of sun and cloud.
With a diploma in clowning and a background in amateur theatre and comedy, he was hoping to create a performance that would be original, something audiences couldn't find anywhere else.
Rufus Peacock, Melissa Dawn Peacock's grandfather, is starting a national campaign to change the definition of life in prison.
This is the gladius, the 2,000-year-old Roman sword discovered on the killing fields of Europe by Nova Scotian soldier, Will Bird, during the First World War.
A Great white shark measuring 5.2 meters is hauled on shore in P.E.I. in 1983. The Discovery Channel has named this great white one of the world's top five legendary sharks.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:22 am
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