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3 hrs ago | Canada.com

Surrey woman dies when vehicle overturns off Nova Scotia highway

The 25th TaiwanFest featured art, music and food as well as social activism this weekend in Vancouver.

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11 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

How the Civil War made Canada

Several of the future Fathers of Confederation are photographed at the Charlottetown Conference in September 1864 when they had gathered to consider the union of the British North American colonies.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Destruction of files in Clayton Miller's 1990 death questioned

Gervase and Maureen Miller at a walk in New Waterford in April where they demanded answers about death of their teenage son Clayton, who died following a police raid on a teen drinking party in 1995.

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Cape Breton Post

Music festival, county fair draw big crowds to Two Rivers

Cape Breton singer-songwriters Norma MacDonald and Andrew Fedora participated in Sunday afternoon's songwriter's circle as part of the Acoustic Roots Festival at Two Rivers Wildlife Park.

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CBC News

Rescue crews on the ground searching for missing Cape Breton man

Police describe Kenneth MacNeil as five foot five and 120 pounds. He has a slim build with greying black hair.

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SeacoastOnline

The rise and fall of Sparhawk Hall

One of the most fascinating wood carvings in Jim Craig's new book, "American Eagle," is not an eagle at all.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Cape Breton Post

Daughter wants missing bracelet returned

A priceless family heirloom is on the missing list because it was inadvertently given to the wrong person after being repaired last week.

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Cape Breton Post

Road work continues throughout Cape Breton

Street/Route 305 overpass and on-ramp, will be reduced to one lane for road repairs, repaving, and guardrail upgrades from Tuesday, Sept.

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Cape Breton Post

Sydney Mines rink is second home for Clint Lettice

"My wife Pat and I raised three boys who went through the minor hockey system, and I coached for years.

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Cape Breton Post

Man looking forward to new home after going without basic comforts

Joe White of Caribou Marsh stands outside his dilapidated trailer before it was demolished a few days ago.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

MV Miner operation may help Mira Gut get a breakwater

Diana MacKinnon-Furlong, president of the Mira Gut Rural Development Association, displays the eroded and crumbled remains of an old box crib and other road support materials alongside the Mira Gut bridge on Thursday.

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The Chronicle Herald

Bail hearing postponed for Point Aconi man charged with attempted murder

A Point Aconi man charged with attempting to murder a man inside his neighbour's home made a brief appearance in Sydney provincial court on Friday.

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Cape Breton Post

Joe White of Caribou Marsh

Joe White, 66, of Caribou Marsh, - located near Marion Bridge - has lived most of his life without a normal source of heat or water hook up.

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Cape Breton Post

Sydney Mines man charged with attacking woman in her home

A 57-year-old Baddeck woman remains in serious condition in hospital after a brutal attack in her home Wednesday by a man who robbed her of morphine pills.

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The Chronicle Herald

Convergys looks to hire 250 at Glace Bay call centre

The Convergys call centre in Glace Bay is looking to add 250 more employees to its existing staff of about 700.

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Cape Breton Post

Labour Day weekend significant for many

Labour Day weekend for many is seen as that last chance for summer fun before getting back into a routine.

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The Chronicle Herald

New lodgings for homeless man's dog

Chico gets a pat on the head from Cape Breton SPCA employee Melissa Dawe. The dog has been under the care of the shelter since his owner, Shawn Kurtis Jack, was beaten on July 14, but has recently been moved to the Halifax area.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Herald Gazette

Rare opportunity for a very private waterfront homesite in desired Owls Head Location

Robert "Robby" Graham grew up in Rockland and first entered the real estate business in 1973.

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Cape Breton Post

Bandshell fire deemed arson

The bandshell at the Queen Elizabeth Park in Glace Bay was damaged as a result of a fire which broke out at about 3:16 a.m. on Thursday A piece of police caution tape remained on the corner of the bandshell at the Queen Elizabeth Park in Glace Bay, which was damaged as a result of a fire on Thursday.

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Cape Breton Post

Blueberries ready for picking

Prince Mine Road low bush blueberry u-pick opened Thursday at 9 a.m. and will remain open each day until dusk while the berries last.

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