Information Morning Nova Scotia
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A new shelter — named after Viola Desmond — will fill void left empty when previous homeless shelter closed in 2016.
Designed for weekend retreats, summer getaways or even full-time living, more and more Nova Scotians are embracing the tiny home movement.
Shawna Symonds says she finds herself in the frustrating position of being a de facto outreach worker because Nova Scotia’s Department of Community Services has no one in the county who does site visits.
Julia Cecchetto has seen the role of women in policing change throughout her 27-year career. Now she's becoming the province's first female police chief.
Residents of Long Island, off Digby Neck, N.S., are struggling to access primary care following the sudden departure of the nurse practitioner from a local clinic.
Information Morning Nova Scotia clips
Tuesday October 17, 2017
Award-winning Halifax author Vicki Grant has a new book.
Monday October 16, 2017
When a United Nations panel came to Nova Scotia recently, their job was to look at the way the province treats African Nova Scotians. One area the panel wrote about was Lincolnville in Guysborough County. Raymond Sheppard is a former resident of Lincoln
Monday October 16, 2017
Chalice runs a worldwide network for international development. Sponsors from Canada support children and their families in developing countries. The non-profit has moved to a new way of giving aid, and it's making a big difference.
Friday October 13, 2017
There's a fierce competition underway between cities across Canada. They're all trying to lure the online retail giant Amzazon to their city. The city's economic development agency, the Halifax Partnership , has been working on a bid. Ron Hanlon is the
Thursday October 12, 2017
It was never that simple for Nova Scotia players Bob Dawson and Darrell Maxwell. They were part of the first and only all black line in Canadian university hockey back in 1970. They are in Halifax for a panel discussion.
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- Poor security blamed after school surveillance images broadcast on Russian site
- Crown stayed assault charge against retired RCMP officer, complainant left in the dark
- A modest proposal for the U.K. as it eyes NAFTA — join Canada instead: Don Pittis
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- Tom Marino withdraws as Trump nominee for drug czar after lobbying reports
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- Indigenous woman's experience at Val-d'Or hospital recognized as discrimination by Quebec inquiry
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- Metis National Council wants feds to recognize their veterans as ranks thin