Saturday, December 4, 2021

Construction Firms Create New Departments to Better Work with Indigenous Communities

An increasing number of construction firms across Canada are committing to building their own Indigenous relations departments to help enhance how they cooperate with Indigenous communities and probably address...

N.S. Premier says that all willing People in the Province may be vaccinated by...

According to Premier Iain Rankin, all Nova Scotians willing to get the first shot of COVID-19 could have it before the end of June. On Thursday, days after the...

Nova Scotians Hold Memorial to Honor the Victims of Mass Killing One Year Later

On Sunday, the residents of Nova Scotia held a marathon, to honor the victims of a mass killing that happened in 2020. The race was held alongside a special occasion...

N.S. Ottawa Spends Lots of Money into Halifax Harbour

This spring, a glistening aluminum board – which is apparently the size of 2 regular-sized picnic table - will be sunk into Halifax harbour. This gives ocean tech companies...

Woman Losses Sight – Now She Is Experiencing Terrifying Visions

Since she lost her sight four years ago, Kimberley Lake of Halifax has been having terrifying hallucinations. A few of the visions have been somewhat benign, such as the image...

Crews Fighting Falmouth Forest Fire

Firefighters remained at the scene of a large forest fire in Hants County, N.S., on Tuesday afternoon. The provincial Department of Lands and Forestry said they received word regarding the...

Halifax Council Okays Funding For Police Body Cam Report

Despite a lot of opposition from most members of the public, Halifax’s regional council voted 14 against 3 last Wednesday to fund a $85000 study that is looking into...

Public Inquiry Calls for Removal of ‘Highly Sensitive’ 911 Calls from Nova Scotia Mass...

The public inquiry looking into the circumstances of the Nova Scotia mass killing is calling for Frank Magazine to remove “highly sensitive” audio of 911 calls – including one...

16-Year-Old Has Pulled The Hours At Halifax’s St. Vincent Nursing In The Thick Of...

A 16-year-old Browyn O’Hearn has a winning attitude and a great smile that has helped bright light to the seniors in who live at Halifax’s St. Vincent’s Nursing Home. As...

Dangerous Sex Offender Win $ 1,000 Legal Battle

Chris Watts was convicted in 2001 for the death of a 13-year-old after a drug overdose. Watts is now a high-risk sex offender who lures young girls with drugs,...