For some people in the Maritmes the worst of the storm is over. Now begins the shovelling.
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The CBC's Rachel Cave gives us a live update of the sentencing hearing of Denis Oland, found guilty of the second-degree murder of his father, Richard. Anne of Green Gables is coming back to TV. What is it that makes her such an enduring, appealing chara
A proposed building project in Margaree Forks is generating some heat. Find out about the idea that will combine slow food and community on the grounds of the Coady and Tompkins Memorial Library. Librarian Kim Tilsley explains.
Sydney lawyer T.J. McKeough says police violated his client's rights under Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms when they held a press conference and released the names, ages and addresses of those charged in operation 'John Be Gone'.
Can't do your homework this week? In Nova Scotia that's allowed in high school. But not in post-secondary schools.