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Crane collapse site declared localized state of emergency
Minister responsible for Nova Scotia's Emergency Management Office says emergency declaration will ensure the crane site is cleared faster.
Businesses near Halifax crane collapse frustrated by lost revenue, poor communication
Some businesses surrounding the collapsed crane in Halifax say they're losing revenue and can't offer their employees any work after the area was evacuated and closed off last week. They're also concerned about a lack of updates from authorities.
Developers take aim at affordable housing incentives in Halifax's Centre Plan
Halifax developers are criticizing the new incentives for affordable housing contained in the municipality's proposed Centre Plan, which will set out new development rules for peninsula Halifax and parts of Dartmouth.
Fraud charges won't be laid following Sydney funeral home investigation
No charges will be laid against the operator of a Sydney, N.S., funeral home that was being investigated over a complaint of alleged fraud, but an investigation into a suspicious February fire at the business continues.
Northwood community garden in Bedford robbed of produce
Thieves made off with full plants from the William E. Frank Live More Park & Community Garden in Bedford, N.S., early Saturday morning, says a spokesperson for Northwood, a long-term care facility.
Nova Scotia's housing strategy to focus on renos, repairs in short term
Big Pond residents relieved after court rejects RV park
Police warn of high-risk sex offender living in Halifax area
Sound Off: The politics of environmental issues in Nova Scotia
N.S. athletes medal at world's premier event for young paddlers
Clark's Harbour man says DNA results show his dog isn't a banned breed
Why you might see a firefighter before a paramedic during a medical emergency
No charges laid after pedestrian struck and killed in July
Right whale deaths prompt call for Canadian snow crab import ban in U.S.
Physician assistants coming to Nova Scotia to target hip, knee waits
Gerard Dunn, whose birthday card bonanza lit up the internet, has passed away
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