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McDonald's Canada has announced that it is putting its temporary foreign worker program on hold pending an audit.
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Violent crimes involving firearms are most prevalent on the Prairies, according to 2012 numbers released by Statistics Canada this morning.
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Minister MacKay will be joined by the Honourable Andrew Younger, Nova Scotia's Minister of Energy; the Honourable Keith Hutchings, Newfoundland and Labrador's Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture; and Chris Huskilson, President and CEO, Emera Inc. Location: Maritime Museum of the Atlantic 1675 Lower Water Street Halifax, Nova Scotia Date and Time: ... (more)
Around 5:50 p.m. Monday, police said two men were robbed at gunpoint at their apartment on Highfield Park Drive in Dartmouth.
Mel Boutilier, who runs the Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank in the city's north end, is still ticking.
Speakers, a weed whacker, pans and car seats were among the items found along the Frog Pond Trail off Purcells Cove Road.
Blake Leggette, charged with first-degree murder in the death of Loretta Saunders, is escorted into Halifax provincial court Tuesday.
While concerns have been raised about the use of treated sewage sludge on agricultural land, farmers say the use of biosolids can boost soil health and yield.
Sherritt International Corp shareholders should not vote for a slate of nominees for the Canadian miner's board put forward by activist investor George Armoyan, a leading proxy advisory firm recommended on Monday.
Since 1991, volunteers with the Friends of McNabs Island Society have collected more than 10,670 bags of garbage and recyclables from the shorelines of McNabs, Lawlor Islands Provincial Park and the Fort McNab National Historic Site.
Halifax Regional Police say they have arrested a person of interest in two recent robberies after a similar robbery happened this afternoon at the Quinpool Road Superstore.
To that end, a community meeting to discuss findings from a research project on income inequality in the Halifax region is to take place in the city this week.
Our goal was to nip kitten season in the bud, so to speak, and prevent an untold number of unwanted wee ones.
A residence at 327 Portland Street in Dartmouth, where a police officer discharged his gun at 4:30 a.m. after two dogs ran out in an aggressive manner.
Editor's note: Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter died Sunday morning in Toronto. The following is a story from The Chronicle Herald published Jan. 29, 2009, following his visit to Halifax: Now, at age 72, the former professional boxer known as Hurricane, who had triplemurder charges against him formally dismissed in the U.S. in 1988, is mentoring young ... (more)