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Death of N.S. rape accused raises concerns for woman who sought probe of cop conduct

Death of N.S. rape accused raises concerns for woman who sought probe of cop conduct

HALIFAX — The killing of a man accused of raping a Halifax woman has led to concerns from her lawyer that evidence relevant to her complaint of police misconduct might have been lost.
Halifax police say death of a man in Dartmouth has been ruled a homicide

Halifax police say death of a man in Dartmouth has been ruled a homicide

Halifax police say a suspicious death that occurred at a residence in Dartmouth has been ruled a homicide. Police say that was the conclusion of the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner Service, which conducted an autopsy overnight.
Redfish return sparks Atlantic race to cash in on reopening of commercial fishery

Redfish return sparks Atlantic race to cash in on reopening of commercial fishery

HALIFAX — It’s been 26 years since dwindling stocks prompted the federal government to close the once lucrative redfish fishery in the Gulf of St.
New cable ferry launched to serve Guysborough County area of eastern Nova Scotia

New cable ferry launched to serve Guysborough County area of eastern Nova Scotia

ISAACS HARBOUR, N.S. — A new $6 million cable ferry has been officially launched to serve the Guysborough County area of eastern Nova Scotia.
N.S. court rules law allowing 'dry celling' of prisoners discriminates against women

N.S. court rules law allowing 'dry celling' of prisoners discriminates against women

TRURO, N.S. — A portion of a federal law that kept a New Brunswick woman in a form of solitary confinement for 16 days on suspicion she had concealed drugs inside her vagina has been ruled unconstitutional by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge.
Nova Scotia reports 70 new COVID-19 cases, 69 more recoveries since Wednesday

Nova Scotia reports 70 new COVID-19 cases, 69 more recoveries since Wednesday

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is reporting 70 new cases of COVID-19 over the last two days, as an outbreak of the disease in a long-term care facility continues to grow.
Smaller in-person ceremonies mark Remembrance Day in Atlantic Canada

Smaller in-person ceremonies mark Remembrance Day in Atlantic Canada

HALIFAX — Most towns and cities in Atlantic Canada returned to in-person Remembrance Day ceremonies this year — a marked change from 2020, when strict limits were placed on public participation at local cenotaphs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travellers are hopping back on regional flights, which bodes well for Chorus: CEO

Travellers are hopping back on regional flights, which bodes well for Chorus: CEO

HALIFAX — Chorus Aviation Inc. is riding a fledgling recovery in the airline business driven by the return of domestic traffic in Canada and abroad.
Trial begins for second group of Nova Scotia inmates in cell attack

Trial begins for second group of Nova Scotia inmates in cell attack

HALIFAX — The second of what could now be four trials involving inmates of a Halifax-area jail charged in the brutal attack of a fellow prisoner started Wednesday.
COVID-19 outbreak at Nova Scotia long-term care facility grows to 22 cases

COVID-19 outbreak at Nova Scotia long-term care facility grows to 22 cases

HALIFAX — Health officials in Nova Scotia say a COVID-19 outbreak is growing at a long-term care facility in the province's northern region. A total of 22 residents and staff members at East Cumberland Lodge, in Pugwash, N.S.
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