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The Halifax Regional Centre for Education said it understands the frustrations of parents whose children were stranded in stormy weather Friday waiting for late buses, but stands by its decision to keep school open during the first major snowfall of the season.
An oil spill off the coast of Newfoundland caused an estimated 250,000 litres of crude to leak into the ocean, Husky Energy said Friday.
A unique program to encourage ocean innovation in Atlantic Canada officially set sail Friday with Ottawa announcing its commitment to spend $153 million on the so-called Ocean Supercluster.
Police have found guns, drugs and explosive materials in a search of a man's home in the Annapolis Valley.
The teenager accused of killing Chelsie Probert has been sentenced to three months of probation for cutting off his electronic monitoring bracelet and slipping away from his mother’s Dartmouth home earlier this month.
A judge says Darren Blumenthal 'preyed upon' a young couple who bought a car from him and he has been found guilty of two counts of fraud over $5,000.
The contentious development of Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation's membership list has taken another step backwards after Canada and the band announced Thursday that 58,000 applications are to be reassessed.
The Canso Causeway was shut down for about an hour Friday as a couple hundred protesters marched to mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton.
Nova Scotia hockey star Drake Batherson scored a goal in his first NHL game on Thursday. It turned out to be the winner as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Detroit Red Wings.
Longtime Sackville-Cobequid NDP MLA Dave Wilson has resigned his seat in the Nova Scotia legislature without saying what he'll do next. His party promises a strong candidate to replace him.
Police say the snowplow was heading outbound on Larry Uteck at 6:43 a.m. toward Kearney Lake Road when a vehicle struck it.
Three young students from Nova Scotia have been selected to share their thoughts on reconciliation in a new social studies book that could be taught in classrooms across the country.
Kelly-Anne Goode learned last week that Kenneth Purcell's killer has been granted six unescorted temporary absences from prison to be taken over the next year and a half.
The wait-list has declined for the first time in "many years." From recliner chairs to near-immediate post-surgery group exercise classes, new measures are being rolled out aimed at further improving wait times.
The Centennial Harmony was experiencing flooding in 20-metre swells, but the crew has since gained control of the ship and power has been restored.
Const. George Farmer is charged with voyeurism, breach of trust and trespassing at night in connection with incidents in late 2017. But his lawyer argues it was done for police work in "the public good" and is considered a defence for voyeurism. The prosecution disagrees.