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CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
Cannabis rules: what to expect in Nova Scotia
We asked Atlantic Canadians their thoughts on legal cannabis
Arisaig mourns loss of community pillar
Facing-off in memory of RCMP Insp. Tony Perry
Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation youth and elders come together to create ...
Antigonish International Film Festival to screen 33 of the best
DRIVEN: 2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS is a great bit of fun
Council members set to review Inverness County warden next month
Antigonish County man died Saturday morning while tuna fishing
Former Strait area businessman not on sex registry
Highway project near Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation motoring along
'It wasn't perfect': Fewer incidents but still work to be done to improve St. F.X. homecoming issues
R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home in Antigonish 60th anniversary celebration set for Wednesday afternoon
UPDATE: Customers in Newfoundland and Labrador brave cold, wet, windy night to be the first to buy legal cannabis in Canada
Anticipation ran high as the clock ticked closer to midnight on Water Street in St. John’s. Once the countdown concluded, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians became the first Canadians who could legally get high, too. Nikki Rose, from ...
Regional police not using federally approved roadside drug testing equipment
SYDNEY, N.S. — Cape Breton Regional Police (CBRP) won’t be using the federally approved roadside drug testing device because Chief Peter McIsaac has decided against them. He isn’t alone. Many forces across the country, including ...
Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation has a return policy for cannabis
SYDNEY RIVER, N.S. — Smoke or get off the pot? Beverley Ware Beverley Ware, spokesperson for the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, said there actually is a return policy for cannabis. “However, cannabis can only be returned to ...
Winds prevent ship from attending its own recommissioning in Sydney
SYDNEY, N.S. — RCGS Resolute was recommissioned during special ceremonies in Sydney on Tuesday but thanks to wind gusts of up to 72 km per hour, the good ship didn’t even blow into town on time for its own party. The ship was stuck ...
Opinion: Will you partake in pot smoking?
SYDNEY, N.S. — The sale of cannabis will become legal Wednesday across Canada. Canadians, 19 years and older, can now purchase pot from a government-approved or owned and operated shop — including 12 Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation ...
Inside the Yarmouth cannabis shop
YARMOUTH - Yarmouth NSLC management is expecting big lineups at 10 a.m. on Oct. 17, the day cannabis becomes legal. Manager Mike Wilson says the store and staff are ready and that contractors did a “phenomenal job” preparing the ...
Clarke ready for Nova Scotia PC leadership convention
SYDNEY, N.S. — Win or lose, Cecil Clarke says he has no regrets about throwing his hat into the ring for the leadership of Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservative Party. Clarke, who is in the middle of his second term as mayor of the ...
CBRM council selects Ivan Doncaster as new deputy mayor
SYDNEY, N.S. — Veteran councillor Ivan Doncaster has been elected as the CBRM’s new deputy mayor. Doncaster, who represents the predominantly rural District 7, was the choice of the majority of councillors who took part in ...
Snapping turtles turning out to be true Cape Bretoners
HUNTINGTON, N.S. — There’s been lots of speculation on how snapping turtles made it to Cape Breton, but a recent study concludes they simply walked here. Slowly. “It’s long been known the snapping turtle is native to ...
Sydney man back from assisting victims of Hurricane Florence
SYDNEY, N.S. — Gerald Hazelhurst is not a disaster junkie, but he’s convinced that he’s becoming addicted to helping people in need. The 67-year-old Sydney man recently returned from North Carolina where he had spent the better ...