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Fishermen say they are removing Indigenous lobster traps in western Nova Scotia

Fishermen say they are removing Indigenous lobster traps in western Nova Scotia

SAULNIERVILLE, N.S. — A flotilla of non-Indigenous fishing boats moved into St. Marys Bay off western Nova Scotia on Sunday to remove lobster traps set by fishermen from the Sipekne'katik First Nation.

Hurricane Teddy expected Wednesday in northeastern parts of Atlantic Canada

HALIFAX — Hurricane Teddy is expected to hit areas of Atlantic Canada as a post-tropical storm on Wednesday, although its effects aren't expected to be as severe as post-tropical storm Dorian, which blew through the region a year ago.

Dozens displaced by apartment fires in New Brunswick and P.E.I., Red Cross says

HALIFAX — Dozens of tenants have been displaced by apartment building fires in two Maritime communities. The Canadian Red Cross says it's provided emergency shelter for 53 people after a fire heavily damaged a 40-unit building in Dieppe, N.B.
Fishermen to haul traps in Nova Scotia Indigenous lobster fishery

Fishermen to haul traps in Nova Scotia Indigenous lobster fishery

SAULNIERVILLE, N.S. — Fishermen from Nova Scotia's Sipekne'katik First Nation prepared to retrieve lobster traps Saturday as RCMP continued to patrol waters off the western part of the province.

Nova Scotia premier's chief of staff says she won't run for Liberal leadership

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil's chief of staff says she will not run for the leadership of the province's Liberal party.
Hurricane Teddy remains on track for Atlantic Canada, expected as tropical storm

Hurricane Teddy remains on track for Atlantic Canada, expected as tropical storm

HALIFAX — Hurricane Teddy remains on track to pass through wide areas of Atlantic Canada on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rainfall.
RCMP investigating robbery in Eastern Passage

RCMP investigating robbery in Eastern Passage

The suspect was described as being a white male, approximately five-foot-eight inches tall, of medium build and in his mid twenties
Nova Scotia residents concerned over dusty cement plant emission that coats cars

Nova Scotia residents concerned over dusty cement plant emission that coats cars

HALIFAX — Some people who were near a Nova Scotia cement plant last weekend say they're concerned about a shower of sticky, white dust from the factory that landed on properties and vehicles.
Lobster protests: Nova Scotia RCMP arrest two at wharf in Weymouth

Lobster protests: Nova Scotia RCMP arrest two at wharf in Weymouth

WEYMOUTH, N.S. — Two people face assault charges after being arrested Friday at a wharf in western Nova Scotia, where there were reports of ugly confrontations over a First Nation's commercial lobster fishing operation.
Forecast models show hurricane Teddy could hit Maritimes next week

Forecast models show hurricane Teddy could hit Maritimes next week

HALIFAX — The Canadian Hurricane Centre's top meteorologist is suggesting the combination of hurricane Teddy and a continuing pandemic should prompt Maritimers to plan well ahead for potential power outages.
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