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First significant snowfall of season on the way for Nova Scotia
Environment Canada said the first significant snowfall for Nova Scotia this season is expected to begin on Sunday night and continue until Monday night.
N.S. animal sanctuaries overwhelmed by surrendered pot-bellied pigs
Some farm animal sanctuaries in Nova Scotia say they are overwhelmed by the number of pot-bellied pigs being surrendered to them, typically after their owners decide they've gotten too big or are too much work.
Carbon tax adds to financial strain for volunteer fire departments
Volunteer fire services in Nova Scotia are facing tighter budgets as a result of the federal carbon tax, prompting calls for an exemption.
North Sydney woman charged with second-degree murder in connection to Cape Breton homicide
Nova Scotia RCMP have charged a North Sydney woman with murder in connection to the death of Natacha Leroy.
Nova Scotia to offer new fast-tracked teacher training from Cape Breton University
Cape Breton University will offer two accelerated bachelor of education programs starting next year.
Human remains found in wooded area near Purcells Cove Road
Halifax mayor at COP28 climate summit in Dubai
Canada's biggest lobster fishery on notice after right whale entanglement in Nova Scotia gear
Nova Scotia weekend could end with snow
Carters Beach provincial park plans has some locals concerned
Here are the respiratory illness vaccines available to seniors in N.S. this season
Being forced to leave my home in Africville was hard. But 60 years later, I feel a different loss
Middle Sackville man charged with sexual offences involving girls
Thwart porch pirates with better concealment tactics, crime expert advises
3 youths arrested after altercation triggers lockdown at Upper Tantallon high school
Barbershop quartet to seasonally serenade ferry passengers this month
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