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N.L. ferry assisting with sailboat rescue off Cape Breton
The MV Highlanders is assisting with the rescue.
Waves of Change
A deep dive into the plastic woes facing Canada's coasts and the world
Eight million tonnes of plastic end up each year in the world's oceans. To get a better understanding of the problem, Radio-Canada followed two divers on a recent ocean dive in Lower Prospect, N.S.
Sex assault charge stayed against 1 British sailor, trial proceeding for other
Simon Radford and Darren Smalley were charged in relation to an alleged group sexual assault in barracks at 12 Wing Shearwater on April 10, 2015. Today, the Crown said it was staying the charge against Radford.
Body of fisherman Moe Getson found
A body has been found on the shore in western P.E.I., on the Northumberland Strait, and a family member and RCMP have confirmed it is Maurice (Moe) Getson.
Long-term care home investigations found 42 cases of abuse in 2017
There were 42 cases of abuse involving residents of long-term care homes in Nova Scotia in 2017, including two where staff sexually abused residents, investigations conducted by the Department of Health and Wellness determined.
Sobeys owner Empire Co. buying Farm Boy for $800M
Fire causes 'extensive' damage to building on Bedford Highway
400 Cape Bretoners come together to fight hospital closures
Glace Bay boy tested for hepatitis after finding dirty needle at school playground
Halifax private health-care clinic plans to expand across Canada
N.S. auditor general pens book on 'superhero' grandmother's life lessons
'You can't find a room in Clare': Another banner year for Gran Fondo Baie Sainte-Marie
Nostalgia for open road can be dangerous for aging bikers
Gold mining's toxic legacy raises concerns about Eastern Shore project
'Burying rivers is not a great idea:' Cities work to uncover their hidden waterways
Federal workers cited 3,075 times for lapses in document security
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