Updated at 15:45 - DIGBY– It turns out a Canada Day earthquake that struck southwestern Nova Scotia the afternoon of July 1 was actually a 3.8 magnitude earthquake, as opposed to a 3.6 one that Earthquakes Canada had initially recorded it as.
Updated at 00:32 - Bear River's waterfront park was packed most of Canada Day as hundreds of locals and visitors alike showed up for the first July 1 celebrations in six years..
Updated at 12:00 - NOVA SCOTIA - Nova Scotians are being advised to throw out Compliments and No Name brands of frozen uncooked breaded chicken products that are being blamed for an outbreak of salmonella illness..
Updated on June 30, 2015 - BEAR RIVER - Cindy O’Donnell keeps getting faster..
Updated at 11:52 - YARMOUTH – Nova Star Cruises says it saw a 26 per cent increase in the amount of passengers it carried in June 2015 compared to June a year ago, and also says it did not have to draw any funding during the month from the pot of money the provincial....
Updated on June 29, 2015 - DIGBY – I was sitting, on the floor, right down front to photograph the DRHS graduates as they received their diplomas – and being so low, I started noticing footwear..Photo
Updated on June 29, 2015 - Photos from a quick walk out the Digby wharf June 29: the Lady Melissa, a herring seiner belonging to Comeau Seafoods of Saulnierville, was unloading herring and lobster fishermen Joel Goodiwn of Yarmouth landed a large large lobster..Photo
Updated at 06:02 - Just past Spiddle Hill Road, on Route 311 heading north towards Tatamagouche, there’s a lonely department of highways grader working its way up the dirt side roads. All of the roads are reddish, wet and newly turned..