Antigonish County youngster honoured for backpack initiative
St. F.X. celebrates grand opening of Mulroney Hall in Antigonish
St. F.X. baseball takes the field this Saturday
St. F.X. student inspired by climate change retreat
Butcher slides in for Lucas Oil 150 win
Port Hawkesbury to form physician recruitment committee
Massive turnout for Together We Are More
Clancy’s launches book 20 years in the making
Wanderers secure another tie
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Dorian vs. Juan: A smaller punch but much more widespread
It’s always difficult comparing two hurricanes, says a meteorologist with the Canadian Hurricane Centre. But if you have a hunch that Dorian didn’t feel as bad as hurricane Juan, which walloped parts of Nova Scotia in September 2003, ...
Crane collapse in downtown Halifax ‘holy cow moment’ for Dal student
Ontario native Alex Glista had never experienced a hurricane before Saturday. It turns out he witnessed what was likely the signature event of Dorian in the Halifax region when a crane fell onto a residential tower under construction near South ...
Cleanup, school closures continue after powerful hurricane Dorian rips through Maritimes
Dorian hit Nova Scotia as advertised and the effects will be felt for days. Most residents will get the message when it comes to having their power restored after Saturday’s intense storm. About 147,000 customers were without power across ...
VIDEO: How Sobeys plans to replace plastic bags using paper and recycled water bottles
The Kleenex of shopping bags is being kicked to the curb. In this part of the world, whether toting groceries or garbage, any plastic shopping bag is likely to be referred to as a Sobeys bag, whether it’s from that store or ...
Your look at a rainbow of Pride events in Halifax
Chris Cochrane a.k.a. Elle Noir. Chris Cochrane hasn’t seen a Halifax Pride parade in 14 years. “I’m in it, so I don’t see it,” Cochrane said during a phone interview. Well, in 2019, problem solved. An ...
CREATURE FEATURE: Halifax Discovery Centre exhibit educates about animals’ slow and steady path to survival
A United Nations scientific report released this week sounded the alarm that a million animal and plant species are at risk of extinction. Little Ray suggests thinking more locally about that daunting number. “If you want to save an ...