Saturday, December 4, 2021

The Royal Canadian Navy Plans To Replace Canada’s Beleaguered Submarine Fleet

The Royal Canadian Navy is going forward with the push to replace Canada's beleaguered submarine fleet. The topic is most certainly a controversial one because most people don’t even...

Retired Head Librarian Ian Macintosh Lauded As Champion Of The System

The people of Cape Breton recall the days Ian MacIntosh served as head librarian at the Victoria Regional Library fondly, after an accident claimed his life on the 222nd...

Sipekne’katik Chief Mike Sack arrested, Traps Seized as Treaty Fishery Starts its Season in...

The chief of Sipekne'katik First Nation has been arrested be federal fisheries officers on the day the band’s treaty fishery started its season in southwest Nova Scotia. The Department of...

Charlie Stewart Hits A Hole-In-One Before His Tenth Birthday

Nine-year-old Charlie Steward has managed to that elusive hole-in-one, a target that so many golfers fail to reach for a long time. Charlie is the youngest person to sink...

Paws Fur Thought Helped A War Veteran With PTSD

Paws Fur Thought is a non-profit group based in Nova Scotia that helps war veterans by matching them up with dogs. Usually, the group matches up to 14 dogs...

17 Halifax Residents Ticked For Breach Of COVID-19 Regulations

Halifax police issued 17 tickets to persons who were found to be in breach of COVID-19 health regulations. The tickets were issued after police responded to 3 different complaints. Based...

Long-awaited Report into N.S. Ambulance System Released

Nova Scotia paramedics and their ambulances are spending so much time in non-productive, non-emergency activities, as per a comprehensive review of the province's ambulance system that was released at...

Police Seeking Help To Locate Two Expensive Cars Stolen From Eastern Passage Business

Police in Eastern Passage is seeking the public’s help to locate two expensive cars that were stolen from a business in the area. The theft took place at business’ premises...

Nova Scotia Reports Seven New Cases of COVID-19

On Tuesday, Nova Scotia has reported seven new cases of COVID-19, which now makes it 44 active cases in the province. Six cases have been reported in the central...

The Sipekne’katik First Nation Delays The Start Of A Communal Lobster Fishery

After the emergency meeting held on Wednesday, The Sipekne'katik First Nation has decided to postpone the start of a communal lobster fishery that was scheduled for Thursday in Nova...