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Former X-Men running back Ashton Dickson killed in Ottawa

Former X-Men running back Ashton Dickson killed in Ottawa

There was shock and grief at St. Francis Xavier athletics on Monday with news that former football running back Ashton Dickson had been gunned down at a Rideau Street bar.
Lunenburg County man reported missing

Lunenburg County man reported missing

Wayne Mervin Kaizer, 55, of Gold River was last seen by a family member on Thursday.
Community walk, vigil to be held in wake of deaths in Cape Breton

Community walk, vigil to be held in wake of deaths in Cape Breton

The vigil will be held Friday in Sydney to remember several teenagers who took their own lives.
Trailer Park Boys add landmark Halifax eatery, bars to growing business empire

Trailer Park Boys add landmark Halifax eatery, bars to growing business empire

Nova Scotia's supposedly dopey mockumentary stars are amassing a business empire spanning an online comedy network, production studio, beverage deals, marijuana branding and now a landmark Halifax restaurant and bar.
Crosby, Black, Langford among 25 finalists for all-time best in N.S. sports

Crosby, Black, Langford among 25 finalists for all-time best in N.S. sports

The Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame plans to honour what it considers the province's 15 greatest athletes.
Man charged with masturbating while naked in Halifax park

Man charged with masturbating while naked in Halifax park

A father and his young son were walking in Long Lake Park on Saturday morning when they encountered the man.
Ancient artifact belonging to Grand Chief Membertou wends its way back to N.S.

Ancient artifact belonging to Grand Chief Membertou wends its way back to N.S.

A round gourd, which used to belong to Mi’kmaq Grand Chief Henri Membertou, is on display at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History in Halifax until October. The gourd, which was used as a water bottle, is the only known Mi’kmaw artifact that can be traced back to a known Mi’kmaw historical figure.
PHOTO GALLERY: Paddlers hit the water at Canadian Sprint Team Trials

PHOTO GALLERY: Paddlers hit the water at Canadian Sprint Team Trials

A mix of more than 300 local and national paddlers competed in the three-day regatta at Lake Banook.
Woman pleads guilty to lesser charge in extramarital affair extortion case

Woman pleads guilty to lesser charge in extramarital affair extortion case

Tasha Farmer had been charged with extortion but pleaded guilty to fraud before her trial was to start Friday.
RCMP responding to crash find man who was assaulted

RCMP responding to crash find man who was assaulted

A 70-year-old man is accused of assault causing bodily harm, but police don't know if the assault happened before the single-vehicle crash, after, or if it was the cause.