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The 25th TaiwanFest featured art, music and food as well as social activism this weekend in Vancouver.
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.
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.
Police describe Kenneth MacNeil as five foot five and 120 pounds. He has a slim build with greying black hair.
A priceless family heirloom is on the missing list because it was inadvertently given to the wrong person after being repaired last week.
Street/Route 305 overpass and on-ramp, will be reduced to one lane for road repairs, repaving, and guardrail upgrades from Tuesday, Sept.
"My wife Pat and I raised three boys who went through the minor hockey system, and I coached for years.
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.
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.
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.
The Convergys call centre in Glace Bay is looking to add 250 more employees to its existing staff of about 700.
Labour Day weekend for many is seen as that last chance for summer fun before getting back into a routine.
Robert "Robby" Graham grew up in Rockland and first entered the real estate business in 1973.
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.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:14 pm
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