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Successful toy drive wraps up
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Headliners for Nova Scotia Summer Fest 2020 unveiled
'I'm in.' Peter MacKay confirms Conservative leadership bid
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SaltWire sells Bounty Print in N.S., focuses on media operations
SaltWire Network Inc., Atlantic Canada’s largest publishing company with newspapers in all four provinces, has sold part of its printing operations in a move that will bring “stronger operational focus” to the media company. ...
'Grocerant' trend could take off as East Coast consumers look to cut restaurant bills: expert
Rising food prices are making food affordability a top concern for many Canadians, a trend a food expert says could benefit grocers. A new survey released Dec. 17 by the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University found 87 per cent of ...
Nova Scotia sees biggest population bump in 30 years: RBC
Nova Scotia is seeing its biggest population increase in more than 30 years, bolstering labour demand and pushing up wages, according to the Royal Bank of Canada in its provincial outlook released on Friday. The province’s housing ...
Think tank says Atlantic Canada's 'prosperity gap' could be closed in a generation
The prosperity gap between Atlantic Canada and the rest of the country could be closed in a generation, according to a new report that calls for “pro-growth policies” including tax cuts and curbed spending. The report released ...
Failed drilling equipment caused synthetic mud spill, Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator says
Nova Scotia’s offshore regulator has issued BP Canada a non-compliance notice, after an investigation found faulty drilling equipment caused thousands of litres of synthetic mud to spill into the Atlantic Ocean. In a report released Monday, ...
Nova Scotia research team points to cause of Havana syndrome that sickened diplomats
Canadian and U.S. diplomats in Cuba who suffered from a mysterious illness may have been exposed to toxic levels of insecticides used to kill mosquitos — not sonic attacks, a new study by a Nova Scotia research team suggests. During the ...