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Final planned closure of the MacKay Bridge this weekend

The  A. Murray MacKay Bridge will be closed again this weekend for its final planned maintenance and inspection of the summer.…

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Halifax sugaring studio campaigns for on-the-job training permit

Halifax’s only dedicated sugaring studio is leading the campaign to get an on-the-job training permit. The owners of Fauna Sugaring…

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Transport truck carrying lobsters overturns on Kellys Mountain

Nova Scotia A transport truck carrying lobsters overturned on Kellys Mountain on Thursday, causing a partial highway closure while crews…

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N.S. revokes sales permit for water treatment company after customer complaints

Nova Scotia Customers of Atlantic Environmental Systems complained both to the province and to CBC News about what they felt…

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Analysis of electronic data leads to additional charges against N.S. man

A Windsor Junction, N.S., man charged last year with child pornography offences is facing additional charges after police completed analysis of…

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Mi’kmaw society unveils its plan for the first lacrosse facility in Atlantic Canada

A Halifax-based Indigenous group is hoping to build a new community hub that would be Atlantic Canada’s first dedicated lacrosse…

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Health-care union continues to highlight shortages while preparing for conciliation

For the second time in a week, and in the midst of contract negotiations, Nova Scotia’s largest union is sounding…

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In Labatt’s north end brewery, the water will flow like beer

The sun is beating down, the UV index is high, temperatures are sky-rocketing and the people, well, the people are…

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Beachgoers asked to refrain from swimming at 6 HRM beaches due to bacteria

Nova Scotia·New Residents in Halifax have been advised to stay out of the water at several beaches after recent test…

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‘Where do we grow next?’: East Hants sees population jump, building permits triple

A central Nova Scotia municipality is preparing for its population to surge by as much as 70 per cent in…

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