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'Canada made him our problem,' U.S. prosecutor says of deported sex predator
The Canadian parole board authorized the release and deportation of William Shrubsall in November, saying he would "face many more years" of incarceration in Niagara County, New York. But the district attorney says Shrubsall could be eligible for parole in under five years.
Gunmen stole valuables, money during Canadian's kidnapping: Burkina official
With no witnesses and no one claiming responsibility, an official with Burkina Faso's Ministry of Security said it remains unclear what took place in the hours before Kirk Woodman's body was found riddled with bullets.
How a Parks Canada employee uses his camera to connect people with nature
Cape Breton might be best known for its fall splendour, but the superintendent of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park is on a mission to reveal its beauty even in the dead of winter.
Cape Breton teacher pleads guilty to sexual exploitation
A former teacher at Memorial High School in Sydney Mines, N.S., has pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual exploitation of a youth. Six other charges, including sexual assault, child luring and possession of child pornography, are expected to be dropped at sentencing.
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Sound Off: The not-so-subtle changes made to government accountability in Nova Scotia
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Digby County woman accused of theft and fraud involving non-profit
Some Cape Breton residents 'elated' by ruling against RV Park
'How is that not torture?': Beating of N.S. teen reignites debate over torture definition in Criminal Code
More low-income earners in Lunenburg eligible for property tax relief
Officials need $2.7M budget boost for possible early election call
Nutritional treasures found in moose meat, antlers
Cornwallis committee now independent from municipality
Not getting enough sleep? Here's why it could be affecting your memory