Friday Nov 29
Capital budget reflects cutbacks across province
There were no great expectations for the 2014-2015 capital budget released Wednesday and Finance Minister Wes Sheridan didn't deliver any surprises.
Nova News Now
Power lines down in front of Sweeny's
High winds have cracked a large branch from a tree in front of Sweeny's Funeral Home on Main Street, dragging down power lines to the building.
1 in 6 kids in N.S. live below the poverty line: report
More than one in six children in Nova Scotia live in poverty, according to the latest report by the Centre for Policy Alternatives, making it the fifth highest child poverty rate in Canada.
LePage welcoming Portland-to-Nova Scotia ferry service
The new ferry from Portland to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, will have three restaurants and three bars, as well as a casino gaming room and a duty free retail shop, the operator revealed Monday.
Bangor Daily News
Portland-Nova Scotia ferry deal signed; casino, theater amenities to be included
Nova Scotia officials on Tuesday announced that a deal has been signed with a Maine company to revive ferry service from the Maritime province to Portland, reaching another important milestone as leaders on both sides of the border work toward a May start date.
Portland-to-Nova Scotia ferry service in jeopardy for 2014
Officials say a deal is close for the new ferry, but skeptics say it's almost too late to salvage next season.
Bloom judges' comment plant seeds for future projects
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