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Nova Scotia's first black provincial court judge dies
Judge Castor Williams, Nova Scotia's first black provincial court judge has died. Williams was appointed to the bench in 1996.
Former correctional officer accused of sexual assault speaks out
Three female inmates are suing the federal correctional service, alleging they were sexually assaulted at the Nova Institution for Women in Truro, N.S. The former correctional officer at the centre of the lawsuit says he's been wrongfully accused.
Man ejected from Atlantic Gold public meeting shocked by 'violence'
A Nova Scotia man says he's shaken and sore after he was arrested in a rough manner at a public meeting about gold mining in Sherbrooke, N.S., on Thursday evening.
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Wild day in Dartmouth leads to charges against Musquodoboit Harbour man
A 35-year-old Musquodoboit Harbour, N.S., man is facing a slew of charges for a series of incidents Thursday in Dartmouth.
N.S. says former Devco coal miners' benefits are a federal issue
Atlantic Canada mackerel quota cut by 20 per cent
Halifax council to consider allowing e-scooter, e-bike rentals
Overcapacity alert ended at Cape Breton Regional Hospital
Shrieks, snorts, an 'epic bear fart:' How a Canadian brought Game of Thrones dragons to life
Fire tears through roof of Brookfield pizza shop
Halifax man alleges Indigenous group denied him membership over race
Federal government announces new rules on airline passenger protection, compensation
Halifax writer Anne Emery wins best crime novel award for Though the Heavens Fall
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