Susan Bradley

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Susan Bradley is a journalist in Halifax.

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Police seek suspect after 3 injured in Cape Breton shooting

Three people were taken to CBRM hospitals with gunshot wounds early Sunday morning following a shooting in Sydney Mines. The incident caused heightened security and visitor restrictions at emergency rooms in Sydney and Glace Bay.

Halifax council allows stadium proposal to proceed, but with conditions

Halifax regional council voted 10-7 Tuesday in favour of a staff report that supports a $20-million contribution to a stadium, but only if a long list of conditions are met.

Freezing rain makes for treacherous road conditions across mainland Nova Scotia

Step carefully and drive slowly if you are venturing out this morning.

Heavy, wet snow wreaks havoc on N.S. roads, cancels flights

Heavy, wet snow that blanketed much of Nova Scotia earlier Thursday continues to cause slippery conditions on roads, reducing visibility on many major highways.

Passengers win court challenge in lawsuit over 2015 Air Canada crash

A group of Air Canada passengers who were on a flight that crashed in Nova Scotia four years ago have won a victory arising out of their class-action lawsuit.

As Bryony House looks for new home, community left with 'gaping hole,' says staffer

Bryony House employees held a protest Friday calling for management to immediately find a temporary shelter for women and children after the Halifax facility closed its doors more than two months ago.

Liberals hold on to Cape Breton as Battiste becomes 1st Mi'kmaw MP

Liberal Mike Kelloway won the riding of Cape Breton-Canso, beating Conservative Alfie MacLeod who resigned his seat as MLA to run. Liberal Jaime Battiste took the riding of Sydney-Victoria, becoming the first Mi'kmaw MP.

'Weather bomb' hits N.S. with power outages, downed trees, flooding

A fall storm with strong winds and heavy rain made its way across Nova Scotia on Thursday, downing trees and causing power outages and flooding in a number of communities.

Protesters arrested in Halifax and Toronto as climate action hits major Canadian cities

Protesters were arrested in Halifax and Toronto, and fist fights reportedly broke out in Edmonton Monday morning as climate change activists blockaded several major commuter bridges in Canadian cities. The demonstrations are part of efforts by Extinction Rebellion Canada.

Fire damages multiple buildings in Canning

An early morning fire in Canning, N.S., destroyed several buildings on the main street of the small Annapolis Valley community.

Fed-up councillor says time for debate on CFL stadium is over

The councillor for Dartmouth Centre says he's read the detailed analysis for the $110-million stadium proposed by Schooners Sports and Entertainment for Shannon Park and he's ready to vote on it. But he'll have opposition.

Windsor pumpkin regatta won't be sunk despite poor growing season

Windsor will hold its pumpkin regatta after all. It will be a different sort of event due to a pumpkin shortage, but five people will paddle a giant gourd across Pesaquid Lake.

Halifax asked to fund up to 20% of proposed CFL stadium

Halifax municipal officials have made public a proposal that will cost up to $110 million for a stadium to house a Canadian Football League team on the site of a former military housing park.

RV driver charged after crash with school bus sends 3 students to hospital

Three students were sent to hospital with minor injuries after a school bus crash Thursday morning on Highway 3 outside of Lunenburg.

Details on who will pay for Halifax crane removal still up in the air

The Nova Scotia government has hired two firms to bring down the crane that collapsed on a downtown Halifax building during Hurricane Dorian. The government hasn't said who it hopes to recoup the cost from.