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Nova Scotia election roundup

Nova Scotia election roundup

Health care, Twitter tweets, implementing the recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and some minor name-calling were all part of the Nova Scotia campaign trail Friday
New Glasgow woman faces multiple charges after Tatamagouche gas station robbed

New Glasgow woman faces multiple charges after Tatamagouche gas station robbed

The charges include robbery and wearing a disguise with the intent to commit an indictable offence
Rash of thefts from vehicles in Dartmouth prompts cop warning

Rash of thefts from vehicles in Dartmouth prompts cop warning

The thefts were reported in the Portland Estates, Portland Hills, Mount Edward Road, Caledonia Road and Montebello areas.
Ceremony held for graduates of Forces’ aboriginal entry program

Ceremony held for graduates of Forces’ aboriginal entry program

The three-week program gave aboriginal candidates considering a career in the Canadian Forces first-hand experience of life in the military. Photos and video by TIM KROCHAK
Multibillion-dollar naval warship project hits another delay

Multibillion-dollar naval warship project hits another delay

The federal government says it is giving ship designers more time to come up with possible replacements for the navy's 12 frigates and three destroyers.
Nova Scotia premier accuses Tories of failing to explain ‘$500 million hole’

Nova Scotia premier accuses Tories of failing to explain ‘$500 million hole’

With only three days remaining in the Nova Scotia election campaign, Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil is sharpening his political attacks on his main challenger, Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie.
Driver who hit pedestrian charged with attempted murder

Driver who hit pedestrian charged with attempted murder

A man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly drove his car into a woman in Dartmouth on Thursday morning. The woman was sent to hospital with what police described as life-threatening injuries.
Calgary woman charged after $52,000 business email fraud

Calgary woman charged after $52,000 business email fraud

A Calgary woman will appear in Halifax provincial court Monday on charges relating to a $52,000 email theft from a Nova Scotia business. The RCMP's commercial crime unit laid the charges after a business owner alerted Digby RCMP to missing email funds.
Maud Lewis painting goes for $36,800 at Consignor Art Auction

Maud Lewis painting goes for $36,800 at Consignor Art Auction

Work of Digby painter who died in 1970 has been in the spotlight since release of acclaimed movie biopic.
Party leaders enter final stretch of campaigning ahead of vote Tuesday

Party leaders enter final stretch of campaigning ahead of vote Tuesday

The province's political leaders are back on the campaign trail today as they enter the final stretch before Tuesday's election.