The body of the missing fisherman in Nova Scotia found

Fishermen from Canso, on the northeastern coast of Nova Scotia, report finding the body of the fisherman who has been missing since Tuesday. Roger Stoddard had not been seen since the grounding... 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 »

Historical handshakes between the two Koreas

South Korean President Moon Jae-in took advantage of the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Olympic Games on Friday to exchange historic handshakes with two top North Korean leaders present for the occasion.... 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 »

Province Launches Telephone Line to Facilitate Access to Abortion

Women in Nova Scotia can now make an appointment to terminate a pregnancy by calling a phone line, without having to wait to see a doctor. The toll-free line is in service... 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 »

American family leaves Wisconsin to settle in Halifax

For the Johnson family, an incident last winter was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Leith and T. Johnson were down the street talking to a neighbor while their two sons,... Read more »

Mary-Anne Arsenault and Nova Scotia in the Tournament of Hearts semifinal

Nova Scotia’s Mary-Anne Arsenault reached the semi-final of the Tournament of Hearts with a 6-2 win over Tracy Fleury’s North Carolina team on Saturday in Penticton, BC. Arsenault will play Sunday’s loser... 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 »

Michelle Obama set to visit Montreal

A few months after the frenzy caused by the presence of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in Montreal, it’s Michelle Obama’s turn to visit the city on Monday. The Board of Trade... Read more »