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The agreement will see Icynene strengthen its presence in the region with MJM Energy.
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6 hrs ago | Amherst Daily News
Christopher Alkenbrack and his wife Claire Mallin are both passionate activists when it comes to advocating for improved treatments for Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency.
8 hrs ago | CBC News
Mementoes are displayed at the funeral for Warrant Office Michael Robert McNeil at the Truro Armouries in Truro, N.S. on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Cathy Weir's 68-year-old husband, Brian Weir, suddenly developed severe dementia and is now receiving institutionalized care in Waterville.
OTTAWA Veterans, and the workers who serve them, want Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino to stop misleading them about what they will be able to access at Service Canada offices if Veterans Affairs office close next month, according to the Public Service Alliance of Canada .
A man was rushed to hospital after he was burned while clearing brush at Lost Creek Golf Club.
In a statement, his family says Jessome died Monday night in Halifax following a distinguished career as a journalist and television host.
AT&T subscribers can now get LTE service outside the U.S., but fantasies of watching HD video on a tropical beach will have to wait: They can only roam in Canada.
The Not Since Moses race that has been held along the Bay of Fundy from Lower Economy to Five Islands each year since 2007 is a no-go for 2014 because the tides won't co-operate.
Consultants meet with residents about a safety review they've done on Grand Lake Road.
Bishop Brian Dunn, the leader of the diocese of Antigonish, says the meetings are an effort to reach out to all parishioners affected by the scandal.
Burned rubble and ashes are all that remain after a fire at La Pointe Seafoods in Belliveau's Cove.
Former MLA Trevor Zinck heads into the courtroom after a short break in his sentencing hearing for fraud and breach of trust at Nova Scotia Supreme Court on Oct. 1. Drunk-driving charges against former MLA Trevor Zinck have been adjourned to Jan. 27 for the entering of a plea.
Zinck was arrested Oct. 2 after police stopped a vehicle on the street where he lives in the Halifax area.
Cockerill was shot by police after one of the officers 'perceived an immediate threat to his safety,' after refusing to drop the knife, police said in a news release.
Updating the technology may mean fire services gets their own system - that's a change that would have to be approved by Halifax Regional Council.