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The comments were made Monday during a presentation on biker gangs to the Halifax Board of Police Commissioners.
Bassam Al-Rawi, a former Halifax taxi driver at the centre of a controversial acquittal, is moving to quash one of two sexual assault charges he faces.
A report released at an international meeting on fisheries organized by the United Nations has lessons for management of fisheries in N.S. and Canada.
The Nova Scotia government's new incentive program to help more registered nurses become nurse practitioners includes a partnership between Dalhousie University and Cape Breton University.
The 28-year-old woman was ejected from a vehicle that rolled over on Highway 6 in Bayhead, near Tatamagouche, just after 8:35 p.m. She was the only person in the car.
Abdoul Abdi and his supporters argued to a Federal Court judge that the Canadian and Nova Scotian governments failed him during his years in the child-welfare system, and that he should not face a deportation hearing.
The man who drowned on July 8 at Chocolate Lake in Halifax has been identified in an obituary as 28-year-old Connor O'Callaghan, who grew up in Mount Stewart, P.E.I.
The prime minister will visit a national historic site on Monday and go to a barbecue in Antigonish, N.S., on Tuesday.
Puppies are a hot commodity in Nova Scotia with the price of even mixed-breed animals starting at upwards of $600.
A Halifax couple could slide rolled-up papers under the new door that had been installed in their home. Icicles were even forming on the inside. Then the real frustrations began.
A New Brunswick man is in custody after he repeatedly tried to elude police in Nova Scotia by speeding down Highway 102 in the wrong direction with his lights off early Sunday morning.
A North Sydney, N.S., woman was recognized on Sunday by a group that shines a light on the work of women pilots and inspire more female aviators.
Campobello Whale Rescue Team freed a young entangled whale Saturday off Brier Island, N.S., its first emergency response on the water since fellow rescuer Joe Howlett's death last year.
Police were called to the scene around 10:30 p.m. Saturday. The passenger in the vehicle, a woman, is expected to survive her injuries.
All Mitchell Mader wanted was a meaningful piece of Canadiana when he signed up to receive one of the 250 Canadian flags flown throughout the year atop Parliament Hill's Peace Tower, but it's unlikely he'll live to see the day it arrives.
A Canadian science communicator wanted to show how people's emotions and desire for easy answers can be manipulated when it comes to science and health information. His fake video with a very real message now has millions of views.
Queensland Beach Provincial Park in Hubbards is closed to swimmers for at least a few days due to high bacteria levels.