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N.S. government says no legal action over social media post on woman's hospital death

N.S. government says no legal action over social media post on woman's hospital death

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s Justice Department said Tuesday it won’t pursue legal action against a politician who posted information about a woman who died in hospital after a seven-hour wait for a doctor.
'Blood, money and drugs.' Murder trial begins for former Halifax medical student

'Blood, money and drugs.' Murder trial begins for former Halifax medical student

HALIFAX — A jury started hearing evidence Tuesday in a murder trial involving a former medical student accused of fatally shooting a fellow Dalhousie University student and disposing of his body after a drug deal turned violent in downtown Halifax.
Nova Scotia RCMP investigating after woman found dead in Five Islands

Nova Scotia RCMP investigating after woman found dead in Five Islands

FIVE ISLANDS, N.S. — The RCMP are investigating a woman's death in central Nova Scotia after officers responded Monday to a report of shots fired. Criminal investigators say the woman's body was discovered at about 7:05 p.m.
Police in Halifax investigating another death related to a home invasion in the city

Police in Halifax investigating another death related to a home invasion in the city

HALIFAX — For the second time in less than two weeks, police in Halifax have confirmed that a man has been killed while allegedly taking part in a home invasion. In the latest case, police said Monday that on Jan.
Nova Scotians warned about 'pig-butchering' crypto scam that has cost victims $750K

Nova Scotians warned about 'pig-butchering' crypto scam that has cost victims $750K

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia securities regulator is warning about a cryptocurrency scam that has so far cost residents hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Nova Scotia will update air quality regulations as it evaluates green energy projects

Nova Scotia will update air quality regulations as it evaluates green energy projects

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government is updating its air quality regulations as the province conducts an environmental assessment for one of its first green hydrogen and ammonia projects.
Nova Scotia plans to spend more than $1 billion on roads and bridges by 2030

Nova Scotia plans to spend more than $1 billion on roads and bridges by 2030

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government plans to spend more than $1 billion over the next seven years on highways, bridges and ferry services.
Cases of Omicron sub-variant 'Kraken' emerging in Atlantic Canada

Cases of Omicron sub-variant 'Kraken' emerging in Atlantic Canada

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador are now reporting cases of the XBB.1.5 variant of the virus that causes COVID-19, reflecting a spread being reported south of the border.
N.S. opposition worries health workers recruited from refugee camp could lack housing

N.S. opposition worries health workers recruited from refugee camp could lack housing

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government must guarantee housing for the 65 health-care workers it recently recruited from a Kenyan refugee camp, opposition parties said Thursday.
Halifax police chief acknowledges 'shock' Black woman felt when wrongly arrested

Halifax police chief acknowledges 'shock' Black woman felt when wrongly arrested

Halifax's police chief acknowledged Thursday that a Black woman whose car was mistakenly stopped by police late at night experienced a "shock factor" as she was arrested and handcuffed.
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