Updated on October 24, 2014 - Liverpool - Residents of McDonald Road were briefly washed out Oct. 24 due to a powerful Nor’easter that pummeled Nova Scotia for several days.
Updated on October 24, 2014 - METRO HALIFAX - Environment Canada’s senior climatologist is promising – yes, promising – Nova Scotians the coming winter won’t be anything like the last..
Updated on October 24, 2014 - 14 WING GREENWOOD – Under dark and rainy skies two CP-140 Aurora aircraft departed from 14 Wing Greenwood Friday evening bound for the Middle East..
Updated on October 20, 2014 - LIVERPOOL - Chris Mansfield, a local researcher, sought to shine a spotlight on the First World War’s fallen. He has, and now Queens County can read about those who were lost during the Great War..2
Updated on October 22, 2014 - LIVERPOOL - The First World War changed the world. Landscapes, social structure and fashion were all altered, and music was no exception. .
Updated on October 22, 2014 - Bailey Selig started in the CanSkate program when she was four years old, now she not only skates her heart out, she also teaches figure skating. .
Updated on October 24, 2014 - Nova Star Cruises says it is making inroads on tour bus bookings for next season. As of Oct. 23, the company had 43 motorcoach trips on the books for its 2015 season. This is increase from 19 tours in its inaugural season..
Updated on October 23, 2014 - At the Read By The Sea festival in River John, N.S., last July, the biggest danger was that one of the six Canadian writers might fall off the slightly wobbly stairs leading up to the hay wagon stage..
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