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With survivors' voices silent, the Halifax Explosion is now a second-hand story
Thursday will mark 101 years since two wartime ships collided in Halifax harbour, sparking a fiery blast that obliterated a large section of the waterfront city and killed almost 2,000 people.
Scientists seek to 'unravel the mysteries' of great white sharks
Not far off Nova Scotia's shoreline, scientists on board an aging crab boat lie in wait for one of the marine world's greatest — and most mysterious — predators.
Fishermen who raced to Swissair crash can't forget 'a black old night,' 20 years on
For fisherman Bob Conrad, there are daily reminders of friendships forged in the aftermath of the air disaster and the unexpected joy that can grow out of such deep sorrow.
New Cyclone helicopter takes to the skies before first international deployment
Two CH-148 Cyclones soared over Halifax harbour on Friday, marking a critical step in the oft-delayed rollout of the Canadian military's fleet of new maritime helicopters.
U.S. fisherman says Canadians not alone in being stopped by border patrol agents
An American fisherman plying disputed lobster grounds off the East Coast says he too has been stopped and questioned by U.S. Border patrol agents, much like his Canadian counterparts.
'He violated me,' retired officer says of RCMP doctor in Halifax
The woman is one of more than 60 men and women to file complaints with Halifax Regional Police over allegations a doctor sexually assaulted them at the RCMP health services office.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle engagement has special resonance for her former fellow Torontonians
Her future home is on the grounds of Kensington Palace, but Meghan Markle's recent years have reportedly been spent living on a quiet, tree-lined street in Toronto with her two rescue dogs, Bogart and Guy.
Nova Scotia needs to recruit 100 doctors a year for next decade, group says
The shortage of doctors in Nova Scotia is worsening as a growing number of physicians near retirement, recruitment levels lag and health needs become more complex, warned Doctors Nova Scotia.
'Incredible' new mom battles flesh-eating disease days after giving birth
A young Nova Scotia mother is being treated for a severe case of flesh-eating disease diagnosed days after she gave birth to her first child and was placed in an induced coma to protect her from the aggressive infection, her family says.
Time to stop complaining about Bluenose II cost overruns, says deputy minister
It's time to stop criticizing and complaining about the troubled restoration of a Canadian icon, the deputy minister overseeing the Bluenose II revitalization said Wednesday after years of technical missteps that have seen the project's cost balloon to about $25 million.