Antigonish native Paul MacLellan races away with national award
Soccer X-Women turn sights to next season
Donovan shines for hockey X-Women
Junior Bulldogs off to fast start in NSJHL
Rugby X-Women finish fifth at nationals
Lauren Lowther roars as Tiger freshman
Marthas garner provincial environmental award of excellence
MacKay knows how to ‘read the [political] tea leaves’
Hospital Help Day raises almost $71,500
Baby snapping turtles "cold stunned" in Beaver Bank
Halifax stadium proponents amend plans, councillor not convinced
Video survey says: Bay of Fundy bottom littered with plastic
Carnivores in the Bras d’Or: Sharks likely ply waters of Cape Breton lake
Renovations underway at New Waterford field prior to senior baseball nationals next year
CBRM to hold public hearing on sale of land to allow for New Waterford hub development
Former university hockey captain from Nova Scotia takes stand in Calgary case, apologizes for break-in and assault
Former Mount Royal University Cougars captain Matthew Brown choked back tears Thursday while apologizing to the professor whose home he broke into before violently assaulting her. But Brown told a Calgary courtroom he has no recollection of ...
Annapolis County summit takes aim at climate crisis
Ira Reinhart-Smith is suing the federal government for inactions and actions causing climate change. The 15-year-old Queens County youth is one of 15 young plaintiffs in the case. On Nov. 9, he took part in a Climate Action Summit at Cornwallis ...
Former Cape Breton MLA and Speaker Gordie Gosse dies
A Whitney Pier politician known for his ability to labour beyond party lines has passed away. New Democratic Party member, Gordie Gosse, a former speaker of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, died Thursday morning. He was 64. Gosse served as ...
Lucky to be alive - MADD chapter launches Project Red Ribbon campaign for Annapolis, Digby counties
Bunny Ruggles raised her arms and waved frantically as the transport truck barreled towards her down Highway 101 -- and she prayed. The Nictaux woman was trapped inside her van in the middle of the road in the middle of the night four kilometres ...
Glace Bay teen facing charges after sending threatening message
A 13-year-old Glace Bay boy is facing charges after threatening messages about his school were posted on a social media site. Cape Breton Regional Police were alerted Tuesday by school board officials that several parents had reported their ...
Lunenburg County man accused of driving stolen dump truck while impaired
A Lunenburg County man has been charged with taking a dump truck without the owner’s consent and driving it while impaired. Lunenburg RCMP received a report at 5:48 p.m., Tuesday from a motorist whose vehicle had narrowly avoided collision ...
Conservation group raps DFO management of fisheries
An audit of Fisheries and Oceans Canada management is calling out the federal department for not adequately safeguarding aquatic species. Oceana Canada released its Fisheries Audit 2019 on Wednesday, which analyzes government research and ...
Seasonal workers in southwestern N.S. lobbying for changes to EI economic zone
More than 400 signatures have been collected from seasonal fish plant workers in Shelburne and Yarmouth counties, calling on the federal government to re-zone the Employment Insurance (EI) Economic Zone that is Western Nova Scotia. They feel the ...
Obama muses on political division, unity and Canadian culture in Halifax talk
A relaxed-looking Barack Obama regaled a Scotiabank Centre crowd of more than 9,000 people with folksy and past-presidential wisdom Wednesday night. “Obviously, I’m living proof that you don’t have to be rich, influential,” ...
Second defence lawyer grills key witness at Halifax murder trial
Wednesday turned into another long day on the stand for a key Crown witness at the trial of two people accused of stabbing a woman to death at a Dartmouth apartment building in June 2017. Samanda Rose Ritch, 22, of Halifax and Calvin Maynard ...