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Cannabis-impaired driving on the rise since legalization, say Nova Scotia RCMP
The RCMP in Nova Scotia have seen a jump in the number of people driving while high since cannabis was legalized in 2018.
'Keep talking, that is the way forward': Heritage Day commemorates Africville
Heritage Day honours Africville this year. Juanita Peters of the Africville Museum says the story of the African-Nova Scotian community demolished more than 50 years ago needs to be told and retold.
CN Rail lays off staff as pipeline protests limit deliveries to Maritimes
As pipeline protests continue across Canada this weekend, railway stoppages are being felt across the Maritime provinces with propane supplies running low and CN laying off some workers temporarily.
Heritage Day 2020: What's open and closed in the Halifax area
This year's Nova Scotia Heritage Day honours the community of Africville.
Demonstrators gather at Confederation Bridge to back Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs
Dozens of demonstrators gathered peacefully at the Confederation Bridge on Sunday afternoon in support of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs. Some planned to spend the night.
Trades school? Bartering the only way into these N.S. workshops
RCMP mistakes stroke victim for drunk, leaving him half-paralyzed in jail cell for hours, lawsuit says
Canadian professional players joined this U.K. league to play hockey and go to school tuition-free
'A perfect moment': Halifax welcomes 54 new Canadian citizens
Power restored after major outage in Yarmouth area
Kings County man dies in snowmobile-pickup truck collision
Eskasoni plans to start on-reserve cannabis dispensary
Propane shortage threatens to be 'major cost expense,' says Acadian Seaplants CEO
Fish cakes recalled due to undeclared egg
Mayoral candidates in Windsor-West Hants trying to keep it positive
Province announces final day for online health tool MyHealthNS is March 31
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NSLC to more than double number of cannabis outlets