Nova Scotia announces Doctor friendly Immigration Stream

In an attempt to fill in the void for general physicians, family physicians and specialty physicians, in the province, Nova Scotia has created a new immigration stream that promises to ease the... Read more »

5 Record Breaking Gemstones Even Billionaires Can’t Buy

As Elizabeth Taylor once said: “I adore wearing gems, but not because they are mine. You can’t possess radiance, you can only admire it.” It’s a good philosophy, because when it comes... Read more »

Nova Scotia human-rights case seeks will looking at support housing for people with disabilites

lawyer representing two people with disabilities in Nova Scotia says that they have been unnecessarily isolated from society and forced to live in institutions because of the lack of supervised residences in... Read more »

Sexual misconduct: Former Nova Scotia MP Peter Stoffer apologizes

Former NDP MP Peter Stoffer apologized to an employee of his party who accused him of sexual misconduct while he was a member of Parliament in Ottawa. The employee, Lauren Dobson-Hughes, told... Read more »

Conservative Party of Nova Scotia: First woman in the race

Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is the fourth person, and the first woman, to join the leadership race of the Progressive Conservative Party (PC) of Nova Scotia. The member for Cumberland North, elected for the... Read more »

Cornwallis rally in Halifax celebrates statue’s removal

– A group of protesters performed an Aboriginal honor song Sunday at the site where a statue of the controversial founder of Halifax was held a few days ago. Dozens of people... Read more »

Verbal jousting between Justin Trudeau and anti-oil protesters

The Prime Minister repeatedly defended criticism from anti-oil protesters during his public hearing on Friday in Nanaimo, British Columbia. The protesters denounced, among other things, the Prime Minister’s support for the Trans... Read more »

Julie Chaisson Enters NS PC Leadership Race

Halifax-based Seaport Farmers Market General Manager Julie Chaisson becomes the fifth candidate in the leadership contest for the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia. Ms. Chaisson had been a candidate for the... Read more »

Karina Gould to become the first minister to take maternity leave

Minister of Democratic Institutions Karina Gould is preparing to become the first federal minister in history to take maternity leave. Ms. Gould is expecting her first child in March and will remain... Read more »