4 hrs ago | The Daily News
Only the name has changed. Formerly known as Anchor Industries, the folks at Building Futures in Lower Sackville are still serving up the same great food and putting out the same great products.
8 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Halifax Water was among many departments, including Halifax Metro Centre and the public library system, that the municipal auditor general singled out for being top heavy in management.
10 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Bearly's, an acrylic on canvas painting by Jan Davison, is in her exhibit, Halifax, at the Hydrostone Cafe/Gallery, 5530 Kaye St., Halifax, open 11.30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan Davison's acrylic paintings of Halifax at the Hydrostone Cafe/Gallery celebrate the colour and architecture of the city's north-end houses.
14 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
The Imperial Oil refinery is seen in Dartmouth, N.S. on Wednesday, June 19, 2013.
14 hrs ago | The Daily News
Stacy Lepage and Caily Huntley stand behind the counter on Toxic Blossom's first day of business in Historic Properties on June 12. Stacy Lepage and Caily Huntley were supposed to be going to Fredericton at the end of the month for an AnimeCon fashion show.
14 hrs ago | Canada.com
A one-of-a-kind collection of Canadian history from the War of 1812 - along with a spectacular set of hand-drawn maps from the early days of Toronto, Montreal, Halifax and other future urban hubs - was sold at a British auction on Wednesday for almost $700,000, triple the expected price.
18 hrs ago | Nor'Wester
When James McCoubrey heard he is reportedly the oldest man in the world, he said, "That's a bunch of bunk," according to his 84-year-old daughter.
21 hrs ago | Truro Daily News
The 50-year-old man charged with murdering his girlfriend in the case of a missing Halifax woman has been arraigned and remanded to the Central Nova Correctional Facility in Burnside until his next court appearance in July.
21 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
A bill passed in the House of Commons late Tuesday night created Sable Island National Park but with a reserve designation because of an outstanding Mi'kmaq claim.
Richard Pray Bonine passed away May 13, 2013 at the age of 84 in St. Paul, Minn.
The Halifax-based singer-songwriter and musician was able to devote plenty of time to both aspects of creating his third solo recording.
Alannah Dawn Marie Harnish was reported missing from her Upper Economy residence by her mother on Tuesday at 5:15 AM.
Penny Milton and Debra Pepler, co-authors of the review of the Halifax regional school board's support of Rehtaeh Parsons, answer questions during a press conference last week.
The Dutch company hired to build, commission and operate the Deep Panuke offshore natural gas production facility says the project is "on track" to produce its first natural gas before the end of June.
The opposition Liberals are calling for independent MLA Trevor Zinck to resign immediately after he pleaded guilty Monday to fraud and breach of trust in relation to the MLA expense scandal.
Hatfield Farm in Hammonds Plains has just launched The Last Coach West interment package.
Halifax Amateur Radio Club's Murray MacDonald sits at a radio set in the HARC office at St. Andrew's Community Centre on Saturday, June 15. In a natural disaster or emergency, "ham radio" operators are often called upon to assist with communications when conventional methods are disrupted.