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The Nova Scotia government will not relax its January 2020 deadline to close the Boat Harbour wastewater effluent treatment facility, even though regulatory issues have delayed the start date for the massive cleanup project by months and perhaps even a year.
The list of projects on the proposed capital budget focuses on repairs and safety issues, but the proposal leaves $21 million worth of projects out of the mix for at least three years.
The Nova Scotia government announced changes to solid waste regulations on Wednesday that will allow materials such as plastic, cardboard and newsprint to be used to create energy, but one environmental group is not happy with the move.
The family of a Halifax man who was kidnapped in northern Burkina Faso on Tuesday says they are hopeful Canadian authorities will bring him home safely.
A Dartmouth, N.S., woman whose personal information was exposed in the province's worst-ever privacy breach says the experience has left her angry and hurt.
Cape Breton regional councillors have approved a five-year lease for a new pub in the community room at city hall in Sydney, N.S.
Seasonal property owners can add their cottages to a list to be checked by RCMP members on patrol during the off-season.
The three-month research mission in 1964 to the island best known for its massive stone Moai monuments didn't quite go as planned.
Donald Paul Henderson, 53, faces charges related to offences that are alleged to have occurred between 1988 and 1991 in Halifax, Dartmouth and East Petpeswick, N.S.
Nova Scotia's Department of Justice said windows are leaking and a heating malfunction has caused the temperature in one wing of jail to fall by three degrees.
17 Filipino crew members were to Halifax from the container ship, which has been burning off Canada's East Coast since Jan. 3.
A 74-year-old crossing guard was hit this morning by a car while helping people cross Radcliffe Drive in Clayton Park in Halifax.
The proposal met with some opposition from some neighbours around Birch Street in Sydney, but councillors say stigma and fear of mental illness are not reasons to reject the housing plan.
Halifax cartoonist and illustrator Mollie Cronin says one of the offshoots of having a growing digital following is that people around the world are now requesting to use her work as tattoos.
It started with optimistic talk about members working across party lines for the betterment of health care in the province. But it quickly devolved into disagreements between government and opposition MLAs during the inaugural meeting of the legislature's standing committee on health on Tuesday.
Returning a former tidal estuary to nature after 50 years of contamination a 'big, complex project,' says project leader.
A Quebec-based business association claiming to represent over 1,000 companies inside and outside the province is launching a high-profile campaign to convince the Liberal government to reopen the oft-maligned National Shipbuilding Strategy.
Const. Gary Basso says he struck a homeless man, breaking his nose, only after the man hit him first. He said under cross-examination his response was necessary, but the Crown suggests he had other options.