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Days without power: Over 100,000 outages persist in Maritimes after Dorian
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan were in Halifax on Tuesday, three days after power storm Dorian blasted through the Maritimes where tens of thousands of homes and businesses are still without power.
Tens of thousands in Atlantic Canada still in the dark after Hurricane Dorian
Two days after Hurricane Dorian swept through Atlantic Canada, tens of thousands of people remain without power, leaving schools and some businesses closed Monday.
Recovery begins across Maritimes after Hurricane Dorian lashes region
The Maritimes today are recovering from Hurricane Dorian, which hit as a strong Category 1 hurricane between Sambro and Terence Bay, N.S., on Saturday, downing trees, power lines and a construction crane in Halifax.
Steven Skinner to change plea to guilty in upcoming murder trial
Steven Douglas Skinner has decided to plead guilty to a lesser charge less than one week before his second-degree murder trial in the 2011 shooting death of Stacey Adams.
After 40 years, disappearance of Stellarton woman remains unsolved
A walk was held Sunday in New Glasgow, N.S., in remembrance of a woman whose disappearance remains unsolved after 40 years.
Province's replacement for failed Hantsport aboiteau already eroding
The province's permanent replacement of the aboiteau that failed in Hantsport almost two years ago is already beginning to erode.
Shooting injury at Dartmouth gun range prompts safety review
The Department of Justice is conducting a safety review of a Dartmouth gun range after a person was injured by a gunshot at the business on Saturday.
Crane rare to Nova Scotia nesting in province
Looming at over a metre tall, the sandhill crane, a fairly rare bird to Nova Scotia, has begun to nest in the province, says the president of the Nova Scotia Bird Society.
Ottawa urged to support Hong Kong protesters at Halifax demonstration
Pro-democracy protesters gathered in Halifax Saturday calling on the Canadian government to support people in Hong Kong entering their 11th week of a protest movement this weekend.
ExxonMobil fined $40K after heavy chain fell within centimetres of worker
Nova Scotia's offshore petroleum regulator has fined ExxonMobil $40,000 after a heavy chain fell near workers on a drilling rig last year.