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Canadians often in the dark when buying extended warranties
A new report says Canadians don’t understand extended warranties and governments must do more to protect those who buy them.
Union paying legal bills for teachers charged with crimes against students
As 5 teachers face criminal charges varying from assault to child luring, the Nova Scotia Teachers’ Union confirms it covers all legal expenses for 'incidents that arise out of and in the course of employment.'
U.S.-based CEO identified as ServiCom's would-be saviour
Anthony Marlowe is the CEO of Marlowe Companies Inc., or MCI. Its holdings several telecommunications and call centre support companies.
Man dies after being struck by truck in north-end Halifax
Gottingen Street between Uniacke Street and Prince William Street is expected to be closed for some time following a fatal collision.
Former SMU groundskeeper found guilty of sexual assault, voyeurism
Matthew Percy was found guilty Friday in Halifax of sexually assaulting a woman in a dorm at Saint Mary's University.
Crew rescued after fishing boat sinks off Nova Scotia
St. FX, King's to get millions in extra funding to pay down deficits
Halifax Transit eyeing $15M expansion of busy Mumford bus terminal
Partial win for Dartmouth developer in bid to reduce property taxes
Cape Sable Island hit by 5 fires in less than a month
Police charge man for allegedly groping Dartmouth Crossing store clerk
Man faces multiple charges after Antigonish bar fight
Nova Scotia looks to keep redfish quota as other provinces want in
Swapping coal for natural gas not a solution, warns Ecology Action Centre
Halifax Regional Police to train its own new officers
Forestry minister not ready to contemplate closure of Northern Pulp just yet
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